Belton Court, the centerpiece of the college's campus
|Bethel Bible Training School, Dudley Bible Institute, Providence Bible Institute|
|President||David G. Horner|
|Colors||Blue and Gold|
|Website||Barrington College Facebook page|
Barrington College was founded by E. W. Kenyon, pastor of the New Covenant Baptist Church, in 1900 as the Bethel Bible Training School in Spencer, Massachusetts. It was relocated to Dudley, Massachusetts in 1923 and renamed the Dudley Bible Institute. It was then moved to Capitol Hill in Providence, Rhode Island in 1950 and renamed the Providence Bible Institute, as well as having purchased Belton Court, a 150-acre (61 ha) estate in Barrington in that same year. In 1960, the Providence campus was sold and the college was renamed to Barrington College. Financially struggling to continue operation after 85 years, the college merged with Gordon College, another liberal arts Christian school in Wenham, Massachusetts, in 1985.
- William Stuart Hamilton Cameron: Alumnus; Council President, Somerville, NJ (1978–82); President/CEO NJ Bankers Association, Princeton (1987–2006)
- David G. Horner: Alumnus, former president, current president of American College of Greece
- Doug Kane: member of the Illinois House of Representatives
- Woodrow M. Kroll: Alumnus, former president of Practical Bible College, current president of the Back to the Bible radio ministry
- Harold Hoehner: Professor of New Testament, Dallas Theological Seminary
- Ronald H. Nash: Professor of Philosophy, Religion, and Theology.
- Paul Bubar: Alumnus; founder of Word of Life Fellowship (1949-)
- John Mbiti: Alumnus; Professor of Philosophy, University of Bern]