Text Message (SMS) Communication for Admission Purposes Disclaimer
Text messaging, also known as SMS, is one of the methods that Barry University uses to communicate with prospective students. After opting in to receive text messaging, Barry University will send periodic texts regarding application status, financial aid deadlines, and event information. Barry University will only text you up to six messages per month, only about the topic you opted in, and only when we deem it helpful and important.
Text messaging will be used by authorized personnel of Barry University and may be sent using an automatic telephone dialing system.
No purchase is required to receive text messages from Barry University, and we do not charge to receive them. However, standard text messaging rates from your wireless carrier may still apply. Any costs related with receiving a text message are the responsibility of the individual receiving it. Check with your cellphone provider for details on receiving text messages (SMS).
To opt out of the texting service, you can do so at any time using one of the following options:
- After receiving a message, text back STOP to cancel.
- Call Barry University at 305.899.3100 or toll-free 1.800.695.2279.
Message and Data Rates may Apply
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Metro PCS, Nextel, Virgin Mobile, US Cellular Corp., ACS Wireless, All West Wireless, Bluegrass, Boost USA, Cambridge Telecom, Cellcom, Cellular South, Centennial, Cincinnati Bell, Cricket Wirelesss, Dobson, Cellular One of East Central Illinois, Appalachian Wireless, Farmer’s Mutual Telephone Company, General Communications, Golden State Cellular, PC Management, Inland Cellular, Illinois Valley Cellular, Nex-Tech Wireless, Nucla-Naturita, nTelos, Revol, Silver Star PCS (Gold Star), Snake River PCS, South Central, Syringa, Thumb Cellular, UBET Wireless, Unicel, United Wireless, and West Central Wireless
T-Mobile is not liable for delayed or undelivered messages