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Call for Honor Society Applications

Application to Alpha Chi, Delta Epsilon Sigma, Kappa Gamma Pi and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Societies are now being accepted. All applications must be received no later than 5 p.m. on Nov. 1, 2016. Who Should Apply? Barry undergraduate students with cumulative GPA of 3.5 and above, especially those actively involved in their majors and/or in the larger...  read more

REACH-UP for Nursing Presents ACADEMIC BOOT CAMP

REACH-UP for Nursing Presents ACADEMIC BOOT CAMP Fall Semester 2016 Warm Up Session- August 304-6 P.M.NHS 106 Explore Campus Resources Manage Your Time Effectively Race Session- August 314-6 P.M.NHS 106 Read Your Syllabi Succeed in All Classes Cool Down Session- September 14-6 P.M.NHS 106 Learn Study Skills Utilize Educational Technologies Boot...  read more

Dr. Stephen Sussman accepted as scholar-in-residence at Oxford University

Dr. Stephen Sussman, associate professor of public administration in PACE, has been accepted as a scholar-in-residence in the Summer Institute on Curriculum Development for the Interdisciplinary Study of Antisemitism, held at St Antony's College - Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom. The two-week program on critical antisemitism studies is...  read more

Weeks of Welcome

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SGA helps Barry University become smoke free!

Per the email announcement sent by Barry University President Sr. Linda Bevilacqua, OP, PhD, on February 4, the University – in order to maintain a healthy and safe environment – will become a smoke-free institution effective July 1. This means that smoking of any kind (including e-cigarettes) will not be permitted anywhere on Barry...  read more

Fall 2016 Mindful Meditation Workshop Series

The Center for Counseling and Psychological Services and Campus Ministry invite you to the Fall 2016 Mindful Meditation Workshop Series Learn simple relaxation techniques including deep breathing, visualization and mindful awareness. These tools work within minutes and have enormous benefits that include: Increased calm and focus Enhance learning...  read more

School of Business dean meets with president of the Nuremberg Institute of Technology (NIT)

Andreas School of Business Dean Tomislav Mandakovic recently met with Dr. Michael Braun, president of the Nuremberg Institute of Technology (NIT), in Nuremberg, Germany.NIT and the Andreas School of Business (ASB) have had an undergraduate student exchange partnership for several years. At the graduate level, MBA students from each university have...  read more

MS Clinical Psychology Alumnae

Graduates of the MS Clinical Psychology Program go out into the professional world and become successful. The Program provides them with the education and training to do this. New students come in as a group every fall, and this helps them to develop bonds and mutually supportive relationships with their classmates that contribute to their success...  read more

Now accepting applications for the 2017 PhD Program

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Mass at Cor Jesu Chapel has resumed

The department of Campus Ministry welcomes all of the members of our community to attend Mass at Cor Jesu Chapel! Daily Mass will resume on Monday, Aug. 8, and will be held Monday through Friday at noon. Sunday Mass will be held at 11 a.m. All new and returning students are welcome to join us for evening Mass, which will resume on Aug. 28 and will...  read more

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