So that Career Services can best serve Barry students and alumni, we need some information from you! You will receive an email to your Barry mymail account announcing that the survey is available and in that email is the link to access the survey. All graduating Students must complete the survey in order to pick up their cap & gown. Students must bring the survey receipt to cap & gown pickup.
The graduation survey will be emailed by Barry Mymail to each graduating student three weeks before the commencement ceremony. Please complete the survey and remember to print out the last page
Complete the senior survey and enter to win a diploma frame valued at $150.00, provided by Herff-Jones
Herff-Jones Ring Company will be on campus in the bookstore throughout the semester. The dates that they will be on campus are listed at www.herffjones.com/college/barry
Account balance must be under $1000.00 to pick up caps and gowns.
Barry University conforms to the Intercollegiate Code for academic dress which regulates what is worn with the academic gown, hood, and cap for the commencement ceremony. Students may only wear honor cords given by Barry Academic Honors societies.Honor society, sorority/fraternity satin scarves may not be worn. Caps and gowns are included in the graduation fee and may be picked up at the Landon Student Union Bookstore.
|May 1, 2014||9:00a.m. - 7:00 p.m.|
|May 2, 2014||9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.|
* PACE students and Education students who take classes at off main campus sites will receive their caps and gowns from their site directors.
The Photographer will be on campus for pictures in Landon Student Union. Dates will be announced soon www.barry.edu/commencement/commencement-ceremony/photographs.html
Tell the University about yourself. Complete the form at www.barry.edu/commencement/about-you.html
Cor Jesu Chapel, Barry University Main Campus
Friday, May 2, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
All graduates are invited and encouraged to attend the Baccalaureate Liturgy. The Baccalaureate liturgy is a celebration of graduation. Graduates should wear academic robes (no hoods or caps). Guests of the graduates are welcome.
Rose and Candle Ceremony
Broad Center, Barry University Main Campus
Friday, May 2, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
All graduates are invited and encouraged to attend the Rose and Candle Ceremony. The Rose and Candle Ceremony is a traditional ceremony at Barry which attempts to symbolize the bonds of friendship and sending forth of graduates. Graduates exchange a candle, the symbol of wisdom and knowledge, with a Barry underclassman of their choice. In return, graduates receive a rose as a symbol of love and friendship. Graduates should wear academic robes (no hoods or caps). Those serving as roses should wear business dress attire. Guests of the graduates are welcome.
All participants should meet in Thompson Hall Lobby at 6:00 p.m.
In recognition of the dignity and importance of the Commencement Ceremony, we ask that all attendees observe good manners and appropriate decorum throughout the Ceremony.
Barry University reserves the right to remove persons who disrupt or disrespect the Ceremony with inappropriate, rude or discourteous behavior or vocal expressions.
Additionally, please hold your applause until all graduates have been recognized so that each graduate’s name can be heard.
Broad Auditorium Breezeway
Friday, May 2, 2014 - 7:00 PM
Commencement (May 3, 2014)
Over 1200 students will receive diplomas during graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 3, 2014. Two ceremonies will be held at the James L. Knight Convention Center (400 S.E. Second Avenue, Miami, Florida). All graduating students from all of the Barry University campuses are invited to participate.
There will be two ceremonies, one at 10:00 AM and one at 2:30 PM. Schools/Colleges will be designated once the deadline is past.
Morning Ceremony -College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Human Performance and Leisure Sciences, and College of Health Sciences
Afternoon Ceremony - School of Professional And Career Education, School of Education, and School of Social Work
For directions to the Commencement Ceremony, please click here.
The Executive Committee of the Administration has approved Commencement Committee's recommendation that the second ceremony for the December and May Commencements be held at 2:30 PM. This new time permits the clearing of guests and graduates from the morning ceremony and permits parking issues for the second ceremony to be less congested.