Developing leadership skills is part of a well rounded education. The Department of Campus Ministry offers and promotes the development of student leadership in the areas of faith, spirituality and character formation. We offer several exciting ways to prepare and develop yourself for serving in leadership for your community.
Campus Ministry encourages student involvement as liturgical ministers in all of our community worship events and sacramental celebrations. Students are invited to be part of music ministry, or to serve as readers, communion ministers, acolytes, or hospitality ministers. Recruitment and training sessions are offered at the beginning of each semester.
Community Service Opportunities
Alternative Spring Break: Alternative Spring Break is a registered student organization recognized by the University's Student Organization Council. Directed by and for students, the mission of Barry's Alternative Spring Break is to educate students about social, political, and environmental justice issues through direct service, individual and group reflection, student leadership, diversity, and engagement beyond the local community. Students interested in participating in Alternative Spring Break may e-mail the organizations' faculty advisor, Christina Leano at email@example.com.
Habitat for Humanity: Habitat for Humanity is an international Christian organization that invites all people to become involved in issues of housing for the poor. From raising awareness to the hands-on labor of building homes, Barry's own chapter of this organization makes a profound difference in the local community. For more information or to get involved, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.