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BUCkids Camp 2014

Get ready for another exciting year of BUCkids Summer Camp at Barry University. BUCkids Summer Camp is an eight week camp that features structured physical activities, arts & crafts, computer time, dance, instructional and recreational swim time, and special field trips. Both weekly and daily rates are available. Four, six, and eight week...  read more

Congratulations to Winners of Barry’s Earth Day Celebration

The Office of Mission Engagement wishes to express our gratitude to the many people who have so generously shared their time and gifts to celebrate Earth Day on Tuesday, April 22. The winners of this year's prizes are: PrizeValueWinner 2  read more

Volleyball Summer Camps Begin July 21

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University will host the Steve Hendricks Volleyball Camps and individual clinics beginning July 21 in the Health & Sports Center on campus. Individual camps are offered for grades 5-8 July 21-23. An advanced camp for grades 9-12 is set for July 24-26. A team camp for grades 9-12 will be held July 31-Aug. 2....  read more

MAPS Student Health Fair boasts continued growth in second year

On March 25, 2014, the Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) hosted its 2nd Annual student health fair to bring health information and services to the Barry student body. The fair presented Barry students with the opportunity to receive a range of health-related experiences including chiropractic screenings, CPR certification...  read more

MAPS members participate in 5th annual Brain Fair for Kids

For the third consecutive year, members of Barry University's Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) participated in the Brain Fair for Kids held on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at the Miami Science Museum. Barry's MAPS group was joined by students from Tri-beta, ROADS, and RISE. This year's fair hosted more than 1,700 attendees. The fair...  read more

MAPS members make a difference during Alternative Spring Break

During spring break 2014, members of Barry's Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) participated in the university's annual Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip organized by Campus Ministries. The group traveled to Kingston, Jamaica. The week kicked off with a Sunday Family Day service, a lively celebration of life through song and...  read more

MAPS raises awareness of the need for bone marrow donors

With the existing critical need for bone marrow donors, members of Barry's Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) volunteered on behalf of The Icla Da Silva Foundation, performing simultaneous bone marrow registry drives in Thompson Hall and Landon atrium on February 27, 2014. The group spent the day signing individuals up for the Be...  read more

MAPS and Career Services bring renowned robotic surgeon to campus

In observance of Black History Month 2014, he Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS) and the Career Development Center co-sponsored a visit by Dr. Lanalee Araba Sam on February 25. Dr. Sam is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. A board-certified obstetrician, gynecologist and robotic surgeon, Sam is the...  read more

Save the Date: Founders' Week 2014

Founders' Week 2014 will take place from Monday, November 10 - Saturday, November 15, 2014. Please feel free to send your ideas on what would make this week even better to the Office of Mission Engagement. View last year's celebration below: 2013 Videos:  read more

Men's Tennis Hosts NCAA South Regional

NCAA Men's Tennis Bracket MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Barry University men's tennis team will host one of two NCAA Division II South Regionals Monday and Tuesday at Buccaneer Tennis Center. The Buccaneers open the four-team regional at 10 a.m. Monday against Stillman (27-4) in the first semifinal. Barry  read more

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