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Dinner available at Thompson Lawn

In celebration of Spring Carnival, Roussell Dining Hall will be closed and dinner will be served at Thompson Lawn from 5pm-8pm on Wednesday April 6. Standard meal plan and door rates will apply.  read more

School of Social Work celebrates 50 Years of Educational Leadership, Academic Excellence & Service

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Barry's School of Social Work highest ranked in South Florida

Barry University's School of Social Work was ranked first in South Florida by U.S. News and World Report. Barry's program came in at #78, tied with California State University in Long Beach, CA among others. Schools like Ohio University in Athens, OH; Univ. of North Carolina in Greensboro, NC and West Chester University of Pennsylvania were among...  read more

Barry University Students Gain Real-World Perspective and Advice from Successful Business Leaders

They come from many different industries. They take many different paths to become business leaders, and share different personal stories with MBA and other students at Barry University's D. Inez Andreas School of Business. But what speakers for the Executive Leadership Forum have in common really makes the difference. “These outside people...  read more

Buccaneers team with Make-a-Wish® to grant Jonathan's wish

On Saturday, February 6, a 17-year-old boy named Jonathan who is battling Cystic Fibrosis had his heartfelt wish come true. A music aficionado, the Palm Beach resident's wish to have his own DJ equipment. Thanks to Guitar Center and Barry University, Jonathan had his wish granted during Barry's homecoming basketball games. Local radio DJs from...  read more

International Experts Discuss Limb Loss

Barry University and Derma Sciences invites you to a scientific program supporting National Limb Loss Awareness Month. Join us as our panel of international experts discuss total contact casting in wound management and Charcot reconstruction, offloading in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers, and how amputation prevention can save lives....  read more

Le Cafe Opens in School of Podiatric Medicine Building

Food Services is proud to announce the expansion of services provided by Le Café International with a new location on campus. Adding to the services they provide in Garner and Wiegand Hall, the operator has added a location to the Student Lounge at the School of Podiatric Medicine's building located off of NW 2nd Avenue. Now open Monday to...  read more

Student Affairs Awards Call for Nominees

The Division of Student Affairs kindly requests nominations for 2016 Student Affairs Awards. All award nominees are cordially invited to the Student Awards Banquet, where award recipients will be announced and recognized. The banquet provides the opportunity for the Division of Student Affairs to publicly recognize students who have pursued...  read more

Catholic High School Day

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