We have reimagined most every aspect of Barry University life, to provide a full student life experience with built-in physical distancing and the flexibility to provide services and programming remotely as warranted. Please review the Back to Barry Guide for detailed guidance, policies and procedures related to our return to Barry University locations.
The Division of Mission and Student Engagement adapted our key student programming to incorporate physical distancing and remote participation in order to ensure a full student life experience, both in-person and virtually.
You can find information about our campus traditions and exciting upcoming events here.
Because we are reconfiguring common areas to align with physical distancing practices, we are setting aside additional study space for commuter students who come to campus for a full day of classes. You can reserve study space here. This site will be updated as space configurations change.
For 10 days after international or domestic travel utilizing public transportation, including in-state travel to a county with high or increasing COVID-19 transmission, travelers should stay home to the extent possible and avoid contact with people at higher risk for severe illness. This can be shortened to 7 days if a COVID-19 test is negative on day 5 after travel.
It is the expectation that students, faculty and staff who travel over break and/or attended gatherings with individuals outside of their quarantine “bubble” will have a COVID-19 test 2-3 days prior to returning to a campus or location if travel or gatherings occurred less than 14 days before coming to a Barry location. Additionally, it is expected that individuals who traveled back to a campus or location will have another COVID-19 test 5 days after traveling.
The New Student Orientation Program is carefully designed to help entering undergraduate students become acquainted with the people and resources who can help support your transition to Barry University. Orientation will be offered as a hybrid of virtual and in-person programs with physical distancing. Please visit the New Student Orientation page for more information.
Students who do not wish to return to campus to take in-person classes are permitted to take their classes remotely. Although it is the goal that all classes at Barry be offered in a flexible platform that allows for in-person, remote, and asynchronous learning, there may be a few courses that will be unavailable for remote delivery. Any student wishing to remain exclusively remote should contact the appropriate staff/faculty member associated with their College or School so that his/her schedule can be reviewed and adjusted, if necessary.
|College of Arts and Sciences||Kimberly Blecha|
|School of Podiatric Medicine||Vanessa Pedrianes|
|School of Business|
Business Administration (MBA)
Sport Management (MS)
|Dr. Manny Tejada|
Public Administration (MPA)
|Dr. Steve Sussman|
Dr. Carole Huberman
|School of Social Work|
|School of Education|
|Undergraduate||Dr. Sam Perkins|
|Graduate||Dr. Lilia DiBello|
Dr. Carter Winkle
|School of Law||Amy Lefkowitz|
|College of Nursing and Health Sciences|
|All Anesthesiology programs||Dr. Rebecca Lee|
|Biomedical Sciences||Dr. Sathees Chandra|
|Cardiovascular Perfusion||Cindy Cervantes|
|Clinical Biology (BS, MS)||Mr. Henley Marcelus|
|Health Services Administration (MS)||Dr. Evelio Velis|
|Health Services Administration (BS)||Dr. Barry Brock|
|Nursing (BSN)||Dr. Carolyn Hart|
|Nursing (MSN, DNP)||Dr. Corvette Yacoob|
|Nursing (PhD)||Dr. Tony Umadhay|
|Occupational Therapy||Dr. Belkis Landa-Gonzalez|
|Physician Assistant||Dr. Randi Cooperman|
|Sports and Exercise Sciences programs|
Applied Sport and Exercise Sciences
|Ms. Sharon Kegeles|
Human Performance and Wellness
Sport Exercise and Performance Psychology
|Dr. Kathy Ludwig|