Office of the Registrar

Office of the Registrar

Welcome to the Office of the Registrar at Barry University, in the Village of Miami Shores, Florida.

The Office of the Registrar is committed to providing students, faculty, staff and alumni with services and information of highest professional standards while ensuring accuracy, integrity and confidentiality of academic records. 

The Office of the Registrar strives to make effective use of technological advances in the services provided as characteristic of a first-choice university.

Location on Campus:

Farrell Hall
11300 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33161-6695
Phone number: 305-899-3860
Toll-free: 1-800-756-6000, ext. 3860
E-mail: registrar@barry.edu

Enrollment Certifications And Loan Deferments Articulation Agreement

The services offered include, but are not limited to:

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    Course registration

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    Issuance of official transcripts

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    Grade verification and posting

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    CLEP and credit-by-exam credit recording

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    Enrollment and degree verifications

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    Graduation and diploma processing

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    Veteran certification

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    Course registration

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    Issuance of official transcripts

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    Grade verification and posting

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    CLEP and credit-by-exam credit recording

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    Enrollment and degree verifications

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    Graduation and diploma processing

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    Veteran certification

Transcripts Information

Barry University has contracted Credentials Solutions Inc. to provide transcript order, printing, and delivery service. All account balances must be paid in full before your transcript can be released. If you pay your account balance with a check, it will take up to 21 days for the hold on your account to clear.
Contact the Cashier's Business Office at 305-899-3585 to clear your balance before placing your transcript order.
    • The fee is $10.00 for each transcript ordered. Delivery charges are listed below.
    • A major credit/debit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, & Discover) is required to place the order.
    • Transcripts are sent by 1st Class Mail. Barry University assumes no responsibility for final delivery.

     

    DELIVERY CHARGES DELIVERY FEES TOTAL COST INCLUDING TRANSCRIPT
    Electronic 0 $10
    Student Pickup in Registrar's Office, Adrian 108 Transcripts will be processed within 2-3 business days. $10 $20
    Domestic Federal Express to main 48 states $20.00 Additional Per Recipient    
    Domestic Federal Express to Alaska or Hawaii $23.00 Additional Per Recipient    
    International Federal Express $43.00 Additional Per Recipient  
  • If you need to reset your student portal password, please contact Barry's IT support desk at helpdesk@barry.edu

    • Law students must request transcripts via the Orlando School of Law. Please visit http://weblaw.barry.edu/student-resources/registrar.html to request transcripts.
    • Continuing Education Non-Degree Students should contact the School of Professional and Career Education (formerly ACE) at 305-899-3352 to order transcripts.
    • Please check Webadvisor to make sure current term grades have been posted.
    • You may submit your transcript request and have it held until your degree is conferred.
    • If you require notary services for Apostille* Certification you will select the Apostille Service option when entering delivery method. You must select 'mail to recipient' and your mailing address. Please note: Electronic transcripts cannot be notarized. Hard copy transcripts will be notarized and mailed to you directly from the Office of the Registrar. The Apostille process requires the student to send their notarized documents to the Department of State for certification.
      • *Apostille is a certificate that authenticates or verifies a document for use in another country and is issued by the State of Florida, Division of Corporations
    • You may upload up to 5 PDF documents to be attached to your transcript in Transcripts Plus. Forms must be less than 2 GB. If requesting electronic transcripts to be sent to LSAC (only) it is not necessary to upload the coversheet.
    • If requesting a transcript to be sent to a scholarship provider to cover an existing balance, the transcript must be addressed to the scholarship provider and sent directly to the scholarship provider either by mail or to an official email address (not Hotmail, Gmail, etc.). Scholarship exceptions are determined by CBO on a case by case basis
    • If an identification number must be included with the transcript, please type your number on a Microsoft Word document and upload with your transcript request.
    • Transcripts being sent to the Florida Department of Education should be mailed, do NOT request electronic transcripts.

Transcripts Transcripts FAQs

  • When you have successfully entered your order, you will see a screen with a title of "Order Accepted for Processing". This screen will state that your transcript order has been accepted and will provide you with a 9-character order number that you should retain in case you need to contact Credentials Inc.'s customer service department for order information or questions. Their customer service number is (847) 716-3005.

  • The social security number is optional, leave the field blank. You will need to know your Barry ID number. If you do not remember your ID number, call 305-899-4037 for that information.

  • First, check your spam/junk folder to see if the email is there. Otherwise, you can go online to transcriptsplus.net/order and click on the "check the status of my order" link to request another copy. You can also contact the Credentials Inc. Customer Service Center at 847-716-3005 and they will re-send another authorization form (or any other email you may be missing).

  • You must supply a valid email address in order to use this service. If problems arise in processing your order, there must be able to communicate with you. If you enter a phony or invalid email address simply to get us to accept your order and a problem arises in processing your order, Credentials Inc. will never be able to tell you about the problem and will automatically cancel your order after 30 days.

  • The state code should be left blank and the country code should be PR, VI or VG.

  • First Class Mail is the term used by the USPS to denote regular service; i.e. putting a stamp on the parcel and putting it in a mailbox. This is the default method of delivery and it does not speed up delivery.

  • The delivery method you choose for your order (First Class Mail or FedEx) only applies once your order has been completely processed and printed. The time it takes to process and print your order is dependent on the day and time your order is submitted for processing, whether your records are in the online system or stored offline on microfilm (if you attended prior to the school's implementation of electronic records), whether you have any special requirements for your order such as attachments or notarized documents.

  • Yes. Go to transcriptsplus.net/order and click on the "check the status of my order" link. You will need your order number and either your Social Security or Student ID number in order to proceed.

  • Yes. Older records are stored on microfilm and require additional time to process.

  • If your order requires a signed authorization form and it is not received within 30 days, your order will be automatically canceled.

  • If your hold is not cleared within 30 days of placing an order, your order will be automatically canceled and you will be notified via email.

  • Please call the Credentials Inc. Customer Service Department at (847) 716-3005 between the hours of 8:00 am and 9:00 pm Monday through Thursday and between 8:00 am and 7:00 pm (EST/EDT) on Fridays. One of their representatives will be happy to assist you.

Diplomas

Diplomas are issued to students upon degree conferral. All financial obligations to the University must be paid in full before diplomas can be released. Please contact the Cashier/Business Office at 305-899-3585 or cbo@barry.edu with any questions regarding an outstanding balance hold.

Need a duplicate diploma?
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    When?

    The diploma will not be awarded at the time of Commencement. Students will receive their diploma approximately six to eight weeks after the degree conferral date, either through the mail or by picking it up at the Office of the Registrar.

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    How?

    We mail all diplomas via the U.S. Postal Service (throughout the U.S. and internationally). If you want to track your diploma, you can use FedEx at your own expense. This is the only way to receive a tracking number. If you would like to FedEx your diploma, contact Diploma Services at regdipl@barry.edu.

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    What?

    The diploma is awarded under the student’s name of record in the format submitted by the student on the graduation application (first name, middle initial or full middle name, and the family name). Nicknames may not be used. Students with a legal basis for a name change may submit a request for a change to their name of record; however, such requests should be submitted prior to the degree conferral date. To request a name change, please complete the “Legal Name Change” form located here.

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    Name change?

    For all other name change requests including former or maiden names, please contact the office of the registrar at regdipl@barry.edu. Note that all name change requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Diploma notary services for apostille purposes can ONLY be provided when using your name on record.

Contact Us

Barry University’s Office of the Registrar provides and aids in many different services. Please use the following list, below, as a guide so your question is directed to the appropriate area.

Contact by Area/Service

Course Schedule

Instructional Methods

“Instructional Method” is the manner in which a class component — lecture, lab, etc. — is delivered in a given semester. These methods of instructions have been determined after a thorough assessment by deans, department chairs, faculty and other university professionals. Classes were assessed to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment, quality instruction and engagement with faculty.

Coronavirus Disease

Barry University has the ability to pivot to a FlexLearning or fully remote model at any time, should the University deem necessary as outlined in the university catalogue.

View Academic Calendar Spring Final Exam Schedule
  • Lecture – In Person

    Delivery of instruction is structured completely in-person. The class meets face-to-face in a classroom on scheduled meeting times. Students are expected to attend class but maintain social distancing, health and safety protocols.

    Location Code: BU - Main Campus


    Lab – In Person

    Delivery of instruction is structured around In-Person Lab meeting times. Instruction is delivered in person and students are expected to attend lab sessions but maintain social distancing, health and safety protocols.

    Location Code: BU – Main Campus

  • HyFlex learning (FlexLearn) refers to learning that integrates complementary face-to-face (synchronous) and online learning (asynchronous) experiences in service of intended learning objectives. All students are expected to undergo the same combination of online and in-person instruction.

    Students can choose from one of three participation paths:

    1. Participate in In-Person class sessions (in a classroom)
    2. Participate in In-Person class sessions via video applications
    3. Participate fully asynchronously via Canvas.
  • Delivery of instruction with a combination of in-person and remote instruction. A certain amount of physical attendance on campus will be expected. Details for synchronous participation will be provided by instructor. Students should review the course syllabi for additional details (50% to 99% of instruction is offered by distance).

  • Delivery of instructions is 100% by distance. Delivery may be synchronous or asynchronous (Zero in person meetings).

What is the difference between online classes and remote classes?


An online course has been designed from the ground up to be delivered online. Such courses undergo an approval process to be delivered online. Classes delivered by remote instruction were originally designed and approved to be delivered in person. Their online “remote” delivery in the 2020-21 academic year is an emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic. (*)Lecture Remote, Lab Remote, and FLEX, delivery of instruction does not pertain to fully online courses. These courses will continue with the standard online delivery.

Graduation Information

Graduation Dates/Deadlines: December 2021 - December 2022

Graduation Term
Graduation Term Code
Degree Conferral Date
Deadline To Apply
Commencement Date
Fall A
21/GF
October 9, 2021
September 17, 2021
May 6, 2022
Fall
21/04
December 11, 2021
October 29, 2021
May 6, 2022
Spring A
22/GS
March 5, 2022
January 13, 2022
May 6, 2022
Spring - Podiatry
22/P1
May 6, 2022
January 21, 2022
April 30, 2022
Spring
22/01
May 6, 2022
January 21, 2022
May 6, 2022
Summer I
22/02
June 25, 2022
May 20, 2022
TBD
Summer II
22/SU
August 13, 2022
July 15, 2022
TBD
Fall A
22/GF
October 08, 2022
September 16, 2022
TBD
Fall
22/04
December 09, 2022
October 28, 2022
TBD

Graduation Dates/Deadlines: December 2021 - December 2022

Graduation Term
Fall A
Graduation Term Code
21/GF
Degree Conferral Date
October 9, 2021
Deadline To Apply
September 17, 2021
Commencement Date
May 6, 2022
Fall
Graduation Term Code
21/04
Degree Conferral Date
December 11, 2021
Deadline To Apply
October 29, 2021
Commencement Date
May 6, 2022
Spring A
Graduation Term Code
22/GS
Degree Conferral Date
March 5, 2022
Deadline To Apply
January 13, 2022
Commencement Date
May 6, 2022
Spring - Podiatry
Graduation Term Code
22/P1
Degree Conferral Date
May 6, 2022
Deadline To Apply
January 21, 2022
Commencement Date
April 30, 2022
Spring
Graduation Term Code
22/01
Degree Conferral Date
May 6, 2022
Deadline To Apply
January 21, 2022
Commencement Date
May 6, 2022
Summer I
Graduation Term Code
22/02
Degree Conferral Date
June 25, 2022
Deadline To Apply
May 20, 2022
Commencement Date
TBD
Summer II
Graduation Term Code
22/SU
Degree Conferral Date
August 13, 2022
Deadline To Apply
July 15, 2022
Commencement Date
TBD
Fall A
Graduation Term Code
22/GF
Degree Conferral Date
October 08, 2022
Deadline To Apply
September 16, 2022
Commencement Date
TBD
Fall
Graduation Term Code
22/04
Degree Conferral Date
December 09, 2022
Deadline To Apply
October 28, 2022
Commencement Date
TBD

Academic Programs and CIP Codes

The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) provides a taxonomic coding scheme that supports the accurate tracking and reporting of fields of study and program completions activity across Colleges and Universities in the U.S.

The CIP titles and program descriptions are intended to be generic categories into which program completions data can be placed, not exact duplicates of a specific major or field of study titles used by individual institutions and not exact duplicates of a specific major or field of study titles used by individual institutions.

The CIP is the accepted federal government statistical standard on instructional program classifications and is used in a variety of education information surveys and databases. The CIP is used by state agencies, national associations, academic institutions, and employment counseling services for collecting, reporting, and analyzing instructional program data.

CIP Codes National Center for Education Statistics

Barry University Catalogs

The following catalogs are official Barry University catalogs from 1940 to the present. These catalogs include University history/general information, course descriptions, and required courses for specific academic programs. Please be aware that some of the earlier catalogs include both undergraduate and graduate program information. You will note some variation in the quality of the early catalogs.
University Catalogs from 1940 to 2000 were scanned and formatted as Portable Document Files (PDF). Catalogs from 2001 to 2019 were created in an electronic Word document and saved as PDF files. Beginning 2020, Barry University Catalogs are fully online. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@barry.edu or 305-899-3860.

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Registrar Forms

  • Request a change of address update within the Student account. *Employees must also submit address change with HR.*

    Current Students: Submit completed form from your Barry Student Email to registrar@barry.edu for processing.

    Former Students/Alumni: Submit completed form to registrar@barry.edu. Please note additional verification and/or documentation will be requested prior to processing.

  • Request a legal name change update within the Student Account. *Employees must also submit legal name changes to HR.*

    Current Students: Submit completed form and copies of documentation from your Barry Student Email to registrar@barry.edu for processing.

    Former Students/Alumni: Submit completed form and copies of documentation to registrar@barry.edu.

  • The FERPA form must be completed by the student. Barry University is permitted to disclose information from your education records to your parents if your parents (or one of your parents) claim you as a dependent for federal tax purposes. The term “parent” includes natural parent, guardian, or individual acting as a parent in the absence of a natural parent or guardian.

    For more information, please visit https://www.barry.edu/student-handbook/handbook/ferpa.html

    Submit completed form from your Barry Student Email to registrar@barry.edu for processing.

  • Request to prevent disclosure of directory information. Please see form for more information.

    Current Students: Submit completed form from your Barry Student Email to registrar@barry.edu for processing.

  • Used to update the Student’s profile information, which includes race/ethnicity, religious preference, marital status, and emergency contact information.

    Current Students: Log in to WebAdvisor to update the information under "Student Profile update". If unable to log in at this time, submit completed form from your Barry Student Email to registrar@barry.edu for processing.

    Former Students/Alumni: Submit completed form to registrar@barry.edu. Please note additional verification and/or documentation may be requested prior to processing.

  • Current Students: Online Registration - If advisor has approved online registration, please go to WebAdvisor to register

    Current Students: PDF Registration – If unable to register online at this time, please submit completed form to registration@barry.edu. A completed form includes both student and advisor signature(s)/approval(s).

  • Used for changes made to a Student’s course schedule after initial registration - before and during the Add/Drop period. *Not used for initial registration or for course withdrawals after add/drop period*

    Current Students: Submit completed form to registration@barry.edu. A completed form includes both student and advisor signature(s)/approval(s).

  • Used to withdraw from (a) course(s) after the Add/Drop period. *Not used for Add/Drop. Not used if withdrawing from all courses in a term.*

    Current Students: Submit completed form to registration@barry.edu. A completed form includes both student and advisor signature(s)/approval(s).

  • Thinking about Withdrawing from a Semester?

    You may be considering dropping courses or withdrawing from the university due to academic challenges, illness, family issues, or other personal circumstances. Barry University has resources that can help you stay enrolled or, if need be, learn about what happens when you drop courses or withdraw. We hope our campus resources will help you remain enrolled.

    Talk to someone before you withdraw from a semester!

    IF YOU HAVE: CONTACT THESE AREAS FOR HELP:

    Difficulty paying for school

    Trouble with grades or keeping up with coursework

    • Your academic advisor can advise you about options. Please login to WebAdvisor and click “E-mail My Advisor” link located under the communication menu. 
    • The Learning Center can help with tutoring and other services.

    Stress or personal issues

    An emergency (prolonged illness, death in the family, natural disaster or major life event)

    • The Dean of Students provides consultation services to students in emergency situations.

    Be sure you have explored all of your options before you decide to withdraw. Withdrawing can have serious consequences for both your finances and your academic progress.

    If you are ready to withdraw from a semester, please follow instructions below.

    • Used to withdraw from the University temporarily or permanently. Withdraws a Student from all courses in the term(s) listed. *Not used for individual course withdrawal.*
    • Current Students: Submit completed form to your Academic Advisor for further processing.
  • Current Students: Submit completed form to your Academic Dean for further processing. Please contact your Academic Advisor with any questions.

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