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Barry University earns ten-year SACSCOC re-accreditation

Contact: Gladys Amador 305.899.4919 Miami, Fla. -- Barry University's institutional-wide accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) was reaffirmed for a term of 10 years, the maximum length of time a school can receive re-accreditation. A rarity for many institutions seeking re-accreditation,...  read more

Barry University earns Community Engagement Classification from Carnegie Foundation

Barry University has been selected to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Barry, who earned the prestigious honor for the first time, joins 239 U.S. colleges and universities, including 82 other inaugural recipients, in receiving the distinction. The Carnegie...  read more

Professional Writing alumna fulfills her dreams and Barry’s mission

Just months after graduation, Barry alumna Alicia Caraballo is living the life of her dreams. An English major with a specialization in professional writing, Alicia has moved on to New York University's prestigious graduate program, where she will earn her M.S. in Fundraising and Grantwriting in the spring of 2016. Her long-term goal is to work...  read more

21-Day Mindfulness Challenge

Are you ready to take your inner peace to the next level? Begin 2015 by transforming your habits of stress and negativity into habits of well-being and happiness. Take the 21-Day Mindfulness Challenge and learn a skill that can increase your quality of life, transform your relationships, and support your mental and physical health. Research shows...  read more

Barry University earns ten-year SACSCOC re-accreditation

Barry University's institutional-wide accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) was reaffirmed for a term of 10 years, the maximum length of time a school can receive re-accreditation. A rarity for many institutions seeking re-accreditation, Barry received a “no report-back...  read more

Barry Magazine: Fall 2014 Issue

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Employee Time Tracking Begins Sunday, December 14

Beginning Sunday, December 14 all non-exempt (hourly) employees (including work-study and student employees) will check-in and check-out using the Workday system. Please remember to check in and out at the beginning and end of the work day and for lunch. There will be NO MORE paper timesheets. Employees can visit BucConnect.barry.edu to view the...  read more

Payroll Paper Timesheets Are Gone, Submit Time in Workday

Time tracking for all non-exempt (hourly) employees has begun. You must submit the week on the last day of your work week. Time will now be submitted on a weekly basis (payroll weeks run from Sunday to Saturday). Employees must also submit the time for the holiday weeks as well. Click here for a job aid on submitting holiday time. Supervisors have...  read more

Barry Alumnus Employs Industrial/Organizational Specialization in Psychology

By: D'Joumbarey A. Moreau Barry University's Department of Psychology graduates leave the university ready to contribute to society and to earn a living. Aaron Williams is one of these students. A 2014 graduate with a B.S. in psychology with a specialization in industrial/organizational psychology, Williams developed his knowledge and skills while...  read more

SSW students take part in anti-poverty conference

On November 8, more than 100 social justice advocates, grassroots organizations, and policymakers gathered for South Florida's first Anti-Poverty Summit in Miami. Among the participants were members of Barry University's School of Social work, Prof. Tisa McGee, PhD, and SSW graduate students Gisele Schjang, Audrey Isaacs, and Danica Samuels. The...  read more

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