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Connect with us – and more importantly with each other – by using Barry University's official social media channels. We're interested in having you join the conversation and communicate with others in the Barry Community. Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/BarryUniversity) Follow us on Twitter (@BarryUniversity)  read more

Women's Tennis: Maehama Receives NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

MIAMI SHORES, Fla. – Former Barry University women's tennis player Akemi Maehama was awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship for the 2014-15 academic year. She received a $7,500 award. “I cannot think of a better way to thank everyone who helped me through my college years, my coaches, staff, faculty, friends, family,” Maehama...  read more

HPLS alumnae earn recognition from Athletic Trainers Association of Florida

A pair of Barry University alumnae has recently been cited among the top athletic trainers in the state of Florida by the Athletic Trainers Association of Florida (ATAF). Mary Medina, '92, and Jennifer Plant, '97, each earned prestigious awards at the ATAF Annual Meeting in Kissimmee, Fla. in July. Medina was named the ATAF High School Athletic...  read more

ADSOE professor Lois Haid to serve on International Reading Association taskforce

Barry University Adrian Dominican School of Education faculty member Lois Haid, PhD, will be serving as a member of the 2014-2015 International Reading Association's Literacy and Education Reform Task. Haid will be collaborating with the International Reading Association's Board of Directors to spearhead: design for education reform for High...  read more

Announcement of promotions in rank, tenure, and sabbatical for members of the University faculty

Upon recommendations from the Faculty Retention and Promotion Committee, the Grants, Leave and Sabbatical Committee, and the University Provost, Linda Peterson, PhD., Sister Linda Bevilacqua, OP, PhD, is pleased to announce and to congratulate the following members of the University faculty who have achieved a promotion in rank, been awarded...  read more

Women's Soccer Wins Exhibition Opener

MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers got the pre-season started off right with a 3-0 win over FC Surge in women's soccer exhibition action at Buccaneer Field Friday night. The Bucs dominated run of play, out-shooting the Surge, from the Women's Premier Soccer League, 26-4 including 17-1 on goal. The also had 13 corners to just one for the...  read more

Men's Golf's Svensson Invited to World Amateur Team Championships

Barry University men's golfer Adam Svensson was invited to compete in the World Amateur Team Championships in Karuizawa, Japan Sept. 10-13. Svensson, who will represent Canada, is returning to Barry for his junior season. After his second season with the two-time national champion Buccaneers, he was named the Jack Nicklaus NCAA Division II...  read more

Women's Golf's Ferre Selected for World Amateur Team Championships

Barry University women's golfer Nicky Ferre was invited to compete in the World Amateur Team Championships in Karuizawa, Japan Sept. 3-6. Ferre, a junior coming off a Second-Team All-American season for the NCAA Division II runner-up Buccaneers, will represent Venezuela in the team event. The World Amateur Team Championships is a biennial...  read more

Welcome to Barry University Dining

We are proud to feature a variety of options designed to meet a variety of palates. Roussell Dining Hall (Landon Student Union) features a wide variety of menu options for every craving in our all-you-care-to-eat dining facility. Students, Faculty, Staff, and Visitors are welcome to the dining hall under the new direction of Chartwells Higher...  read more

Barry Men’s Soccer Picked Fourth in SSC Pre-season Poll

WINTER PARK, Fla. – After a 2013 season that saw them win the SSC Tournament Championship, Steve McCrath's squad heads into the 2014 campaign ranked fourth in the 2014 Sunshine State Conference Pre-season Men's Soccer Poll. While the Bucs were predicted to finish outside the top three in the standings with 48 votes, they're not far behind...  read more

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