With our Catholic liberal arts heritage and over 100 degree programs, including nursing and marine biology, from bachelors through PhDs, we've got your options covered.
Focus on arts and sciences, business, education, social work, communication, nursing, medical sciences, theology, or law. Take things further with personalized research and experiential learning opportunities, on and off-campus. Enhance your prospects with hands-on internships at some of the country's top organizations.
The path to your perfect career begins with planning and support. Career Development has resources for you to help you make the most of your time at Barry. Guidance is just an appointment away.
Service-learning integrates relevant community service with course work and critical reflection to enrich the learning experience, foster social responsibility and civic engagement, and strengthen communities.
At Barry University, you will experience a small community atmosphere where you can always rely on our administrators and faculty for advice, encouragement and personal attention. We take great pride in giving individual attention from the very beginning. You can start building a personal relationship with one of our admissions counselors who will help answer any questions, and guide you through the entire admissions and enrollment process.
Continuing Education (CE) offers a variety of courses and non-credit programs designed to respond to the diverse educational interests and lifelong learning needs of individuals of all ages. We offer certificate, credential exam preparation, and licensure programs for professional and personal enrichment.
High school students: Get a jump-start on your college education with dual enrollment courses from Barry University! You can earn high school and college credit at the same time, right at your own school.
We are committed to providing programs and services that are guided by Barry University's rich educational mission and intended to enhance your Barry experience. Through partnerships with others in the university community, we aim to create experiences that will help transform you into leaders for a just and humane world.
We are an NCAA Division II school and a member of the Sunshine State Conference with 12 varsity teams, including men's baseball, basketball, golf, soccer and tennis; and women's basketball, golf, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis and volleyball. So far, we've won 24 NCAA championships, had 338 All-Americans, 413 Scholar All-Americans, and nine NCAA "Women of the Year" finalists, the most of any Division II school. Not bad at all, but we're going for more.
For students currently enrolled in classes at Barry, we have a wealth of resources you can tap into to bring ease and efficiency to your university experience. Get the help you need with administrative or financial questions, or check out course catalogs to help plan your schedule by semester. All the information you need to excel is at your fingertips.
Know what financial assistance is available to you, including all federal, state, and institutional aid.
Know the deadlines for submitting applications for applicable financial aid programs and the process required.
Know how your financial need is determined, including how cost of attendance is developed.
Know what resources are considered in the calculation of your financial need, and how much of your need has been met.
Request an explanation of the types of aid contained in your financial aid award as well as how to retain eligibility for those funds, including the determination of Satisfactory Academic Progress.
Request a review of your current financial situation, if you meet certain criteria, based on changes since filing the FAFSA.
Know what portion of your aid package is grant or gift aid, and what portion must be repaid. In addition, you have the right to know interest rates, total amount to be repaid, procedures for repayment, when repayment begins, and how long you have to repay the loan.
Know the method and frequency of financial aid disbursements.
As a student you have the responsibility to:
Be aware of your ability to pay any institutional charges based on your available financial aid and personal resources.
Review and understand the terms and conditions of your financial aid award.
Complete all requirements accurately, in a timely manner, and by the appropriate deadlines.
Inform the Financial Aid Office if you intend to enroll less than full-time so that your aid can be properly adjusted.
Inform the Financial Aid Office of any outside scholarships, assistantships, or additional resources that you receive.
Read all forms and understand that you are legally responsible for all agreements that you sign.
Know and comply with all University policies and procedures.
Manage your financial aid experience by completing all requirements and submitting all requested documents in an timely manner, and by the appropriate deadlines.