Service Clubs & Organizations

This page is dedicated to the clubs on campus that are focused on serving the community. If you are interested in joining, follow the links below for more information.

Alternative Spring Break
ASB is directed by and for students, to educate students about social, political, and environmental justice issues through direct service, individual and group reflection, student leadership, diversity, and engagement beyond the local community.

Habitat for Humanity
We are a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. We build with people in need regardless of race or religion. We welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds.

Originally known as the Criminology/Sociology Club, Ignite is also affiliated with the international honor society known as Pi Gamma Mu. The meetings for each are held jointly every other Tuesday at 12:20 in Lehman 101.

Pals for Paws
Pals4Paws is a student-based not-for-profit campus organization dedicated to promoting and maintaining a healthy non-breeding cat colony around the campus of Barry University. Pals4Paws is committed to the belief that animals can help us in our personal and spiritual growth. Our Patron Saint, St. Francis, grasped the spiritual significance of animals. As he got closer to God, St. Francis found he was able to commune with animals. As we get closer to our animals and to God, we can find that same communion.

Psychology Club
The Psychology Club addresses current issues in Psychology while providing opportunities for professional advancement within the discipline

Service for Peace
We involve volunteers in ongoing community development programs throughout the world. Our programs are designed to further the growth and development of individuals and communities through the shared experience of voluntary service.

Student Social Work
The purpose of the Student Social Work Association shall be to enhance the community awareness of Social Work principles and the value of the social work profession

Students for Justice
The purpose of this organization is to promote social justice for various injustices in society. The goals of this organization is to efficiently spread awareness, put forth effective action, and provide the help needed for various injustices.

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