Academic Resources

Academic Resources


The Internet is a great source of information, but it is by no means complete. The expression, "It's who you know" proves true every day at the Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library, where our team of experts can help guide you through nearly a million items, an also provide access to other library networks and online journals. Just ask for their help. Beyond reference material, the library also has audiovisual gear and study rooms for singles and groups.


Don't wait to ask; help is readily available. The professional staff and tutors at the Glenn Herbert Learning Center can provide one-on-one help in writing, math, and reading, or you can sign up for group workshops on test-taking, study skills, and time management.

If you're coping with a learning disability or attention deficit disorder, our Center for Advanced Learning (CAL) can help you adjust to university challenges, and equip you for success beyond graduation.

Giving Back

Nothing fulfills like helping the local community. Take note of Barry's efforts below. We invite you to join us. It does your soul some serious good, as well as the recipients of your efforts.

  • As part of the 2016 Move-Out Drive, Barry students donated over 3,500 pound of clothes and household items to 11 worthy community organizations.
  • After students, faculty, and staff logged over 25,000 service hours, Barry made the 2012, 2013, and 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for National and Community Service.
  • For seven years in a row, our Law School's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program has earned the National Achievement Award from the American Bar Association Law Student Division. Additionally, Barry's Moot Court Team won the Robert Orseck Moot Court Competition.
  • With 70+ missions to Mexico since '96, our School of Podiatric Medicine has helped over 7,400 crippled and indigent children, as part of the Yucatan Crippled Children's Project.
  • Year after year, the Barry Institute for Community Economic Development helps local businesses and nonprofit organizations with skill development.
  • Our School of Education's College Reach Out Program provides education, motivation, counseling, tutelage, college symposiums, and summer residence programs to low-income students, grades 6-12.
  • Also implemented at universities in Portugal and South Africa, the Fun, Fit Fridays program at the School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences teaches local kids life skills through sports, fitness, and academics.
  • Our School of Social Work operates Broward County's nearby Office of the Public Guardian – Florida's only public guardian program, and one of few in the nation run by a School of Social Work.