Life at Barry
Barry's suburban Miami Shores campus offers a beautiful, quiet space far enough away from the city to make you feel like you have just entered an oasis. Yet, it is close enough to the Ft. Lauderdale/Miami metropolitan area to give you easy access to main highways, the beaches, sports venues, cultural events, and numerous opportunities for practical experience.
South Florida and the Barry community will engage you with people from various cultures and with different perspectives. Barry students are drawn from 49 states and 80 countries. In fact, for several years in a row, U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges Edition has ranked Barry as having the highest campus diversity among all schools of our size in the South.
You will have access to a wide range of activities on our Miami Shores campus, with numerous student organizations. The main campus has a pool, outdoor racquetball and tennis courts, and strength and conditioning room. If you are interested in athletics, you will find Barry's teams among the best, with six NCAA Division II Championships as well as 30 Sunshine State Conference Championships.
The Monsignor William Barry Library's research librarians are available to assist you in searching the library's more than 700,000 holdings or accessing on-line networks. The library's hours are set to meet student needs.
The Division of Information Technology provides a number of services to students including network connectivity for those living in residential halls, online resources for academic work, email services for all students, and a well-equipped computer lab.
The Division of Student Services offers assistance through its offices of Residential Life, Commuter Student Affairs, Center for Leadership and Transition, Intercultural Center, Student Health Services Center, Accessibility Services, and a Career and Counseling Center.
Whether you are a commuter or a resident student, you can take advantage of Barry's meal plans which give you the option of eating in the dining hall or the BucStop. You can pick up a colada and sandwich at the Q or Starbucks.