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Student Body Diversity

Fall 2019 Enrollment of Full-Time Undergraduate Students By Gender

GENDER

NUMBER OF STUDENTS

% OF TOTAL*

Female

          1,959

     65%

Male

          1,056

     35%

*Total based on fall 2019 enrollment of 3,015 full-time undergraduate students.
Source: Office of Institutional Research

Source: Office of Institutional Research

Fall 2019 Enrollment of Full-Time Undergraduate Students by Ethnicity

 

ETHNICITY

NUMBER OF STUDENTS

% OF TOTAL*

Nonresident Alien

         250

      8%

Hispanic

         1111

      37%

American Indian or Alaskan Native

         12

      0%

Asian

         32

      1%

Black or African American

         1086

      36%

Hawaiian or Pacific Islander

         3

      0%

White non-Hispanic

         433

      14%

Two or more races

         61

      2%

Unknown

         27

      1%

*Total based on fall 2019 enrollment of 3,015 full-time undergraduate students.
Source: Office of Institutional Research

 

Source: Office of Institutional Research

Enrollment By Financial Aid Status

Fall 2019 Enrollment of Full-Time Traditional Undergraduate Students by Financial Aid Status

FINANCIAL AID STATUS

% OF TOTAL*

Pell Grant recipients

      57%

Direct Subsidized Loan recipients who did not receive a Pell grant

      13%

Students who did not receive either a Pell grant or a Direct subsidized Loan

      29%

*Total based on fall 2019 enrollment of 3,015 full-time undergraduate students.
Source: Office of Institutional Research

Source: Office of Institutional Research

For additional information on Student Body Diversity visit College Navigator webpage https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?q=barry&s=all&id=132471 and/or IR webpage:

Student Outcomes

Retention and Transfer-Out Rates

FALL 2018 STUDENT GROUP*   NO. OF STUDENTS TRANSFER-OUT RATE RETENTION RATE
ALL STUDENTS           639         17%         65%
GENDER Male           173         21%         60%
Female           466         15%         67%
RACE/ETHNICITY Non-resident alien           29         0         90%
Hispanic           250         17%         68%
American Indian or Alaskan Native           4         50%         50%
Asian           1         0%         0%
Black or African American          241         15%         59%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander           2         50%         50%
White           89         25%         62%
Two or more races           16         19%         81%
Unknown           7         14%         57%
FINANCIAL AID STATUS Pell grant recipients          442         16%         67%
Recipient of subsidized Stafford loan without Pell grant           76         24%         54%
Received neither Pell grant nor Subsidized Stafford Loan           121         17%         63%

*The latest cohort for which there is complete first-to-second year retention and transfer-out rates information is the fall 2018 cohort. Partially available information for the fall 2019 cohort is available at http://www.barry.edu/institutional-research/quick-facts.html
Source: Office of Institutional Research

Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates

Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates of First-Time, Full-Time, Degree-Seeking, First-Year Students Disaggregated by Gender, Ethnicity, and Financial Aid Status

FALL 2013 STUDENT GROUP* NO. OF STUDENTS NOT GRADUATED/STILL ENROLLED AS OF FALL 2018 TRANSFER-OUT RATE AT 150% OF NORMAL TIME GRADUATION RATE AT 100% OF NORMAL TIME GRADUATION RATE AT 150% OF NORMAL TIME
ALL STUDENTS      562               1%                         44%         21%         35%
GENDER Male      193               1%                       38%         21%         35%
Female      369               1%                       47%         21%         34%
RACE/ETHNICITY Non-resident alien      46               0%                       2%         43%         57%
Hispanic      171               1%                       44%         22%         36%
American Indian or Alaskan Native      1               0%                       0%         100%         100%
Asian      7               0%                       57%         14%         14%
Black or African American      203               1%                       48%         14%         31%
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander      -               -                       -         -         -
White      92               1%                       47%         26%         35%
Two or more races      12               0%                       58%         17%         25%
Unknown      30               0%                       53%         13%         20%
FINANCIAL AID STATUS Pell grant recipients      352               1%                       45%         17%         32%
Recipients of subsidized Stafford loan without Pell grant         91              0%                       53%         22%         0%
Received neither Pell grant nor Subsidized Stafford Loan 119 1%                     31%         32%         42%

*The latest cohort for which there is complete six-year graduation and transfer-out rates information is the fall 2013 cohort. Partially available information for the fall 2014 cohort is available at http://www.barry.edu/institutional-research/quick-facts.html
Source: Office of Institutional Research

Source: Office of Institutional Research

Intercollegiate Athletics

Completion/Graduation Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student AID

Information on Enrollment and Completion/Graduation Rates for Students Receiving Athletically Related Student Aid is available at:

http://gobarrybucs.com/sports/2016/5/25/academic-success.aspx?path=academics

Gender Equity in Athletics

Information on Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data is available at:

https://ope.ed.gov/athletics/#/

Graduate and Professional Education Placement for Graduates

Types Of Graduate and Professional Education in Which Barry’s Graduates Enroll Within One Year of Graduation

2018 - 2019 BACHELOR'S RECIPIENTS HEADCOUNT % OF BACHELOR'S RECIPIENTS
          687  
RE-ENROLLED AT BARRY Master's       83                  12%
Doctoral        1                  0%
RE-ENROLLED AT ANOTHER INSTITUTION Master's       33                  62%
Doctoral        -                  -
Professional        1                  2%
Specialist/Certificates        -                  -
Unspecified/Other        1                  2%

Sources: The data is derived from the National Student Clearinghouse Student Tracker report (from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 data) and information available from the institution’s Office of Institutional Research.

 

Approximately 12% of students who completed a bachelor's degree from Barry University between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019 went on to enroll in a graduate or professional program at the same institution. The most common programs students enrolled in are as follows:

  • Master of Public Administration
  • Master of Art in Administration
  • Master of Business in Business Administration
  • Master of Social Work

Source: Office of Institutional Research

Job Placement for Graduates

Employment and Earnings

The employment rate within Florida for Barry University graduates with an undergraduate degree is higher than the average rate for graduates from other independent colleges and universities in Florida and comparable to the average employment rate from Florida public universities. The average salary for Barry University graduates with undergraduate degrees is higher than the average salary for graduates from independent and public universities. Complete details of Barry University FETPIP related documents can be found at the following website: www.barry.edu/institutional-research/fetpip.html

2017-2018 Bachelor's Degree Graduates

*Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida. Complete details of Barry University FETPIP related documents can be found at the following website: https://www.barry.edu/institutional-research/fetpip.html

The Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) is a data collection and consumer reporting system established by Florida statute. The purpose of FETPIP is to track students who have graduated, exited, or completed an educational or training program within the State of Florida. Among other services, the FETPIP tracking system reports on within-state employment of students following graduation from a college or university in the state. Complete details of this program can be found at the following website: http://www.fldoe.org/accountability/fl-edu-training-placement-info-program/

UNIVERSITY
GRADUATES
% EMPLOYED IN FLORIDA
MEAN EARNINGS
MEDIAN EARNINGS
Barry University 655 67% $56,220 $48,664
Average for 30 ICUF* Schools 573 51% $37,828 $34,356
Average for 11 Florida public universities 5,375 64% $42,392 N/A
UNIVERSITY
Barry University
GRADUATES 655 % EMPLOYED IN FLORIDA 67% MEAN EARNINGS $56,220 MEDIAN EARNINGS $48,664
Average for 30 ICUF* Schools
GRADUATES 573 % EMPLOYED IN FLORIDA 51% MEAN EARNINGS $37,828 MEDIAN EARNINGS $34,356
Average for 11 Florida public universities
GRADUATES 5,375 % EMPLOYED IN FLORIDA 64% MEAN EARNINGS $42,392 MEDIAN EARNINGS N/A

Additional Information

For additional information on Student Outcomes visit College Navigator webpage

Student Achievement webpage and/or IR webpage 

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