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The Department of Campus Ministry wishes our Jewish Sisters and Brothers a very happy Passover

Wishing you a PESACH that's rich with TRADITION and filled with many BLESSINGS. Begins Friday, April 22nd at sundownEnds Saturday, April 30th at sundown For more information, please contact the Department of Campus Ministry at campusministry@barry.edu and/or 305-899-3650 or visit our offices behind Cor Jesu Chapel.  read more

A Message from Facilities Management

Please be advised, HG Construction will be working on campus beginning Tuesday, April 19, 2016 thru approximately May 6, 2016. HG Construction will be installing new drainage, pavers and curbing, to our Plaza - Mall Area, located in front of the Library and just behind the Cor Jesu Chapel. HG will be mobilizing on site and will be closing off the...  read more

PACE Parking Lot Closed to Students

The department of Public Safety has re-designated the parking lots around the PACE building on NE 2nd Avenue from commuter student parking lots, to a faculty & staff parking lots. If you would like more information about this change, please contact Doug Ressler at dressler@barry.edu or 305-899-3337  read more

Barry University Sets the Stage for Chemistry Alumnus’ Career Success

Making the most of his education, faculty mentorships and science degree from Barry University, Dr. Adauri Soprani is succeeding as an oral surgeon in Danbury, Conn. “I'm happy today because I do what I love,” Dr. Soprani said. “Barry University helped lay the foundation and allowed me to do all my basic sciences at a much faster...  read more

Barry Alumnus Champions Liberal University Education for Producing Well- Rounded Citizens

Lenore P. Rodicio, PhD, believes the trend in higher education to prepare students solely for specific careers in a chosen field is too limiting. Although important, it completely dismisses the widespread benefits that exposure to multiple disciplines and opinions a liberal arts education provides, ultimately benefiting the individual and society...  read more

Box Tops for Education Collection Drive Update from MAPS and CCSI

The Minority Association of Pre-health Students (MAPS) and the Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) would like to remind the Barry community about the ongoing Box Tops for Education Drive. Your support over the past two years has been extraordinary and we thank you. As indicated in a previous communication, a new recipient school has...  read more

Dinner available at Thompson Lawn

In celebration of Spring Carnival, Roussell Dining Hall will be closed and dinner will be served at Thompson Lawn from 5pm-8pm on Wednesday April 6. Standard meal plan and door rates will apply.  read more

School of Social Work celebrates 50 Years of Educational Leadership, Academic Excellence & Service

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Barry's School of Social Work highest ranked in South Florida

Barry University's School of Social Work was ranked first in South Florida by U.S. News and World Report. Barry's program came in at #78, tied with California State University in Long Beach, CA among others. Schools like Ohio University in Athens, OH; Univ. of North Carolina in Greensboro, NC and West Chester University of Pennsylvania were among...  read more

Barry University Students Gain Real-World Perspective and Advice from Successful Business Leaders

They come from many different industries. They take many different paths to become business leaders, and share different personal stories with MBA and other students at Barry University's D. Inez Andreas School of Business. But what speakers for the Executive Leadership Forum have in common really makes the difference. “These outside people...  read more

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