Your Diploma, Your Success

Everything You Need to Know

A World of Opportunity Awaits You

Ready to take the next step in your career? Your diploma is your key to success, and we're here to make sure you have everything you need to achieve your goals. Our diploma page has all the information you need to request your diploma, including deadlines and requirements. We've made the process easy and hassle-free, so you can focus on celebrating your achievements and planning for your future. 

With your diploma in hand, a world of opportunities awaits you. Whether you're looking to start your own business, advance in your current job, or pursue a new career path, your diploma represents your hard work, dedication, and achievements. 

At Barry University, we're proud to have been a part of your journey, and we're excited to see where your diploma will take you. Request your diploma today and take the first step towards a brighter future. 

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 Student Accounts at 305-899-3585 or with any questions regarding an outstanding balance hold.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
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  3. Diploma Name: The diploma is awarded under the student’s name of record. Variations from an official name can be requested within the parameters of the following information by contacting the Office of the Registrar:
  4. Middle name may be complete, initialed, or omitted, but must match the student record (e.g., Sean Peter Collins, Sean P. Collins, or Sean Collins).
  5. A legal middle name may be used in place of a first name if that middle name has been recorded in the student record.
  6. Suffixes such as Sr., Jr., III, etc., may be used if included in the student record and documented on the student’s original application, transcript from another school, or birth certificate.
  7. Maternal surnames may be included if documentation is provided to the Office of the University Registrar. Proper documentation is a copy of a birth certificate indicating the maternal surname or the student’s original admission application indicating the surname.
  8. Hyphenated maiden-married last names may be used, provided the student record has documentation to verify the names. A Legal Name Change Form will be required if a name change has not been processed since the marriage.
  9. A maiden name may be used in place of a married name if the maiden name has been recorded in the student record.
  10. Special accent marks may be requested. Recognized linguistic marks will be included in the diploma name.
  11. For all other name change requests, please contact the Office of the Registrar. Diploma notary services for apostille purposes can ONLY be provided when using your name on record.
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