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Now accepting applications for the 2017 PhD Program

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Mass at Cor Jesu Chapel has resumed

The department of Campus Ministry welcomes all of the members of our community to attend Mass at Cor Jesu Chapel! Daily Mass will resume on Monday, Aug. 8, and will be held Monday through Friday at noon. Sunday Mass will be held at 11 a.m. All new and returning students are welcome to join us for evening Mass, which will resume on Aug. 28 and will...  read more

School of Social Work awarded $2.6 million federal grant

Barry University's School of Social Work has been awarded a $2.6 million federal grant from the Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA). The grant will be distributed over the course of four years at $650,000 each year. The HRSA grant will provide scholarship dollars for a new student program called Social Work CONNECT, a graduate,...  read more

Social Work graduate Denasia Lawrence wins national singing competition

Barry University School of Social Work graduate Denasia Lawrence (MSW '16) was named the winner of the State Farm Sing Your Way competition as part of the Neighborhood Awards, which took place July 22 – 24 in Las Vegas. The singing competition began with several entries, varying from YouTube submissions to live auditions, followed by a...  read more

Barry moves to accept P2PE chip cards for purchases

Business Services, a department of the Division of Student Affairs has implemented a PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) solution, allowing for the use of EMV, NFC, Apple Pay and Android/Samsung Pay. Students, staff and customers can now make these types of transactions at any of our main campus retail and dining outlets. The new...  read more

School of Business Dean Tomislav Mandakovic featured in Negocios magazine

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Husband and wife embark together in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program

A husband questions how much longer his body can sustain the arduous labor of his construction career and a wife decides to drop out of high school after being bullied. These accounts offer a glimpse into the hardships Wilver and Lianet Quilca, husband and wife, have persevered through. Recently, the couple celebrated their 10-year anniversary in...  read more

Federal Work-Study Program (FWS)

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Federal Work-Study Program (FWS)

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Federal Work-Study Program (FWS)

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