General Information Spring 2020
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES HOURS
Offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday unless otherwise stated. It is advisable to call ahead for an appointment with a Dean or the University Registrar.
BARRY UNIVERSITY STUDENT NUMBER
All students must have a Barry University Student Number to complete registration. Barry University student numbers are assigned by the Office of the Admissions.
CLASS SCHEDULE VALIDITY
Schedules appearing in this bulletin were valid at the time of publication. Barry University reserves the right to add, delete, or change without notice, any information pertaining to course offerings, requirements or locations which are published in this announcement. Barry University also reserves the right to cancel any class or section, where enrollment is not sufficient. Full refunds are made when a class is canceled.
This option may not apply to courses in the student's major/minor or to courses required for professional preparation. The student must elect the option at the time of registration; any changes must be made within the regularly scheduled period for class adjustments.
M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, TH=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, SU= Sunday.
A student who expects to graduate at the end of the Spring 2020 semester must submit a graduation application no later than January 24, 2020. The deadline will be strictly enforced. Incomplete grades assigned in the semester of graduation will result in postponement of graduation. Upon completion of the course, the student must reapply for the next graduation date. A $200 graduation application fee is applicable each time a student applies for graduation.
Only in an emergency situation may a student request an incomplete "I" grade. It is the student's responsibility to arrange with the instructor for satisfactory completion of course requirements. An incomplete grade must be redeemed within the semester following its receipt, unless otherwise stated, or the student will be automatically awarded a final grade of "F". COURSE WORK FOR INCOMPLETE GRADES EARNED DURING THE SPRING 2020 SEMESTER ARE DUE TO THE INSTRUCTORS NOVEMBER 13, 2020.
Students wishing to register for 19 credits or more must have the approval of both their advisor and the appropriate dean. The part-time tuition rate will be charged per credit in excess of 18 credits. Tuition and fee information is located at http://www.barry.edu/cbo/tuition-fees/
REPEATING COURSE FOR A BETTER GRADE
With prior written authorization from the appropriate advisor and dean, a student may repeat a course to improve the cumulative grade point average. No Barry University course may be attempted more than 3 times. Withdrawals are counted as attempts.
For example, if the student has an F and repeats the course and receives an A, only the A counts. Quality points and credits attempted and earned for the second attempt are counted in lieu of those earned for the initial attempt. Though both attempts remain part of the student's permanent record, the cumulative grade point average will reflect only the grade earned on the second attempt.
THE CREDIT/NO CREDIT OPTION CANNOT BE EXERCISED DURING THE SECOND ATTEMPT TO REMOVE A PREVIOUS LETTER GRADE. COURSES TRANSFERRED FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS ARE NOT CONSIDERED FOR A REPEAT.
Barry University does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, familial status, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability status or veteran status. This policy applies to students, employees, applicants and trustees with respect to participation in any program, benefit, activity or student/employment opportunity offered by the University. Every member of the University community is expected to uphold this policy as a matter of mutual respect and fundamental fairness in human relations. Every student of this institution has a responsibility to conduct himself/herself in accordance with this policy as a condition of enrollment. Further, every University employee has an obligation to observe Barry University policies and implementation of federal and state law as a term of employment. No person shall be retaliated against for reporting violations or concerns about prohibited discrimination or bias through appropriate University channels.
Nothing in this non-discrimination statement shall require Barry University to act in a manner contrary to the beliefs and teachings of the Catholic Church or the University mission statement.