Application for Admission
You can apply using our Online Application . If you are using the online application you will pay a fee of $30.00. This fee must be transmitted with your application by Visa, MasterCard, or American Express, or you can mail a check to the Office of Admissions (full instructions will be given upon submission of the application).
Which program would you like to apply for?
Create an Account
You will need to create a Barry user name (email address) and password to submit your application. This will enable you to quickly access your application account from the Barry University site in the future, eliminating the need to submit the same information multiple times.
Mail in your application
If you would prefer to complete a paper application, you can obtain an application from Barry's Office of Graduate Admissions by emailing email@example.com or calling 305-899-3100 or 1-800-695-2279. You may also print out your application using the PDF files found below.
To be able to download and print out your application form, you need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader (Version 3.0 or later), available from Adobe Systems Inc. (www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html). Be sure to select the appropriate version for your operating system.
Download and install Acrobat Reader on your system, then select the Graduate Application Instruction document for review or printing. The table below lists the available documents by Description, Name, File size, and number of Pages.
|Instructions - Graduate Application||grad-instr.pdf||123 kb||2|
|Form - Graduate Application||grad-app.pdf||165 kb||4|
|Form - Graduate Programs Sheets||grad-pgms.pdf||126 kb||2|
|Form - Graduate Programs Recommendation||grad-recomm.pdf||200 kb||2|
|Form - Transcript Request||grad-transreq.pdf||162 kb||2|
The letter must express:
- The name of the person/account holder that is supporting the expense for attending Barry University.
- The name of the student.
- The Office of Admissions will be able to provide you with the exact amount required in your acceptance letter. This amount will be reduced for applicants who are awarded scholarships.