Prospective Student-Athletes and Parents
We are excited about your interest in Barry University and Buccaneer athletics. Barry is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Sunshine State Conference, “The Conference of National Champions”. The entire staff of the university is prepared to assist you in both your academic and athletic endeavors. Our desire is that your experience will be one of personal growth, academic achievement, and athletic success.
Barry University offers over 50 undergraduate degrees and 50 graduate degrees, with masters, specialists and doctoral degrees awarded. All students benefit from small class sizes and excellent student to faculty ratio of thirteen to one. You can be sure that you will receive individualized attention at Barry University.
For information on athletic scholarships, please choose a sport and fill out the Athletic Inquiry Form below:
All transfer students must meet the institution’s general admissions requirements, as well as NCAA and Sunshine State Conference transfer policies in order to practice and compete in intercollegiate athletics.
In order to maintain eligibility and continue participation, all student-athletes are required by the NCAA to be in good standing with the university and, as per NCAA Bylaw 14.4, must be making satisfactory progress toward a Baccalaureate degree.
All student athletes must provide proof of adequate health insurance and pass the university’s medical clearance examination prior to participation in athletics. If proof of insurance is not presented, the student-athlete will be issued student health insurance through the University and billed accordingly.
Prospect Contact Regulations
NCAA rules and regulations prohibit coaches and administrative staff from contacting prospects prior to June 15 before the prospects senior year, however, a prospect may receive letters from coaches and administrative staff on or after September 1 of their junior year.