Campus Recreation

Mission and Student Engagement

Department Overview

The Office of Student Life and Recreation is committed to the mission of Barry University and the Division of Mission and Student Engagement. The guiding philosophy of the Office recognizes that the development of the whole student is achieved equally through in-class and out-of-class learning opportunities and experiences. We provide programs designed to enhance your cultural, intellectual, leadership, personal, and professional development. When you engage in these opportunities for learning and growing, you graduate from the institution with a better understanding of yourself and your peers, and how you relate to organizations, your chosen profession, and your responsibilities as a part of a larger community.

Recreation serves as an opportunity to make new connections, and to continue to participate in the activities you love. Our programs are also a way to develop a lifestyle of fun and fitness. We are located in Landon Hall, Room 206. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch, and let us know if there is a certain intramural sport or activity you would like to see happen. We are here for the Barry University community!

Contact Information: 

Phone: 305 899-4776

Fitness Center

Welcome to the newly renovated Fitness Center at Barry University! You will find upgraded equipment, new rubber flooring and flat screen TV’s are just some of the improvements we’ve made to better enhance the fitness experience for the Barry Community.

The Fitness center is available FREE of charge to all current members of the Barry community (Students, Faculty & Staff). So whether you are just going for a quick jog on the treadmill, or doing some heavy lifting, the Fitness Center at Barry University has something for everyone.

Our friendly team of supervisors and student staff will be more than happy to assist you with whatever questions you may have regarding the equipment or facilities.

Don’t hesitate to give the front desk a call (305) 899-4016 and please make sure to review our operating hours below as well as our policies and procedures regarding Fitness Center use.

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Recreation Facilities

Health Promotion & Wellness

The Health Promotion and Wellness Coordinator (HPW) collaborates with the Barry University student, faculty, and staff to promote a healthy campus environment, enhance student well-being and mindfulness, and foster student empowerment to achieve optimal health and academic success through eight strategic areas.

We believe that health and wellness is more than just healthy eating and exercise. We utilize the eight dimensions of wellness under SAMHSA model to inform our approach to physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, environmental, occupational, financial, and social wellness.

Looking forward to making this year the BEST year to come!!

Office of Wellness ISR/Fitness Classes

Be Well. Be Fit. Be U. BarryUWin!!


Be a Part of the Action!

Campus Recreation & Wellness (CRW) offers a variety of Intramural sports leagues and tournaments. Our leagues and tournaments offer different competition levels and are played in a safe and welcoming environment throughout the Barry campus. Whether you are a member of a sorority or fraternity, an undergraduate or graduate student, a commuter or resident, or even a faculty or staff member, our leagues (Men’s and Co-Ed) are a great opportunity to compete, make friends, have fun, and stay fit!!

Club Sports:

the current club sports we offer are Men’s Club Basketball, Cheer Club, and Men’s Club Soccer.

For more information regarding intramurals or club sports please contact the Coordinator of Intramurals and Club Sports, Amanda Traynor ( )

Join an Intramural League Today for Free!

Graduate Assistant, Campus Recreation & Wellness

Graduate Assistant positions are offered through The Department of Campus Recreation & Wellness (CRW). Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: officiating in various competitive & non-competitive sports at an intramural level; recruiting, training, and supervising work-study staff; assisting with marketing and promotion for all recreational activities and programs; facility supervision, personal training, and instructing and/or assisting in wellness class offerings. A bachelor's degree is required, and preference will be given to applicants that are pursuing sport and exercise-related graduate degree programs in the Department of Health Promotion & Clinical Practice.

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