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Residence Halls

Benincasa Hall

Named for St. Catherine of Siena, Benincasa is located on NE 115th Street behind the health and Sports Center. Benincasa is a mirror image of Kolasa. It houses male and female upperclass students, and consists of both double and single rooms with private bathrooms.

Browne Hall

Browne Hall was named after Sister M. Dorothy Browne, Barry's third president. It houses male and female first year students in double air-conditioned suites; a bathroom is shared between two rooms, totaling four residents per restroom.

Dalton-Dunspaugh House

Originally known respectively as Regina Caeli and Regina Mundi, Dalton-Dunspaugh House was built through the Dunspaugh Foundation. It serves as a co-ed residence hall, male and female wings separated by a central lobby. Dalton is composed of suites, which share a bathroom between double rooms. Dunspaugh has a large community bathroom on each floor. Dalton-Dunspaugh is exclusively for first year students.

Flood Hall

Flood Hall was named after Sister Trinita Flood, the fourth president of Barry. It houses male and female upper class students in double air-conditioned suites; a bathroom is shared between double rooms, totaling four residents per restroom.

John and Neta Kolasa Hall

Located on NE 115th Street behind the Health and Sports Center, Kolasa is comprised of double and single rooms with private bathrooms in each. It houses male and female upper-class students, and features three lounge areas within the building.

Renée Mottram-Doss Hall

Mottram-Doss residence hall is named after Renee Mottram Doss, one of Barry's benefactors. It contains 12 five-bedroom / two-bath suites and 4 three-bedroom / one-bath suites. Students in this space share restrooms, as well as common living space. MD houses upper class students.

Sage Hall

Sage Hall was named after Robert F. Sage, one of Barry's benefactors. Sage houses male and female first year students in double rooms. A bathroom is shared between double rooms, totaling four residents per restroom.

Weber Hall

Weber Hall was named for former Barry President Mother Genevieve Weber. It houses female, first-year students. It contains single, double, triple, and quad air-conditioned rooms, with shared and community bathrooms.

Holly House Apartments

Located approximately two blocks north of the main campus, these are traditional apartment-style units, consisting of efficiencies, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom units. Amenities include full kitchens, gated access, and on-site pool and laundry facility. It houses male and female upper-class students.

Saint Catherine Apartments

Located across the street from the university, these are traditional apartment-style one-bedroom apartments. Amenities include full kitchens, gated access, and reserved parking. It houses male and female upper-class students.

University Villa Apartments

Located across the street from the main campus, these are traditional apartment-style one-bedroom and efficiency apartments. Amenities include full kitchens and an on-site pool and laundry. It house female upper-class students. This space provides for a quieter living environment and the opportunity to live in a complex with our Adrian Dominican Sisters.

Themed Housing

Housing and Residence Life currently offers themed housing for student groups and organizations in five houses located in the surrounding area. These locations are available for upper-class returning students who are active members of student groups and organizations that have been pre-approved for themed housing. Residents who reside in these houses hold leadership positions on campus and are expected to uphold the values and mission of Barry University.

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