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Surviving the Holocaust

SURVIVING THE HOLOCAUST Last Fall, The Center for Human Rights and Social Justice hosted an interview with Helga Melmed, a Holocaust Survivor. Moderated by Dr. Heidi LaPorte, Helga talked about her experiences, the meaning of important relationships she forged after the tragic loss of both of her parents, and how they sustained her even after...  read more

Barry Law Open House March 31

Register for our Open House and participate in a mock class! Join us for our Open House on March 31st from 10:00 am to 1:30 pm. This informative event will be held on our campus located at 6441 East Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32807, just east of Semoran Blvd. (S.R. 436). Check-in starts at 9:15AM. You will have the opportunity to chat with current...  read more

Promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for over 50 years

Promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for over 50 years  read more

Barry University Transfer Days

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Community Engagement Symposium set for March 29

Barry University's fourth annual Community Engagement Symposium will include presentations and discussions of experiential learning projects and practices. Scheduled for March 29, the symposium will draw attention to community-focused dimensions of experiential learning. The program will feature a seminar and a workshop by a nationally recognized...  read more

2017 Study Abroad: Haiti

Led by Dr. Mureen Shaw, nursing faculty and students will be spending 7-days in the Island Nation of Haiti during the March 2017 Spring Break week, as part of the College of Nursing's NUR 300-Nursing Study Abroad Course Experience. Senior nursing students will be traveling from March 4th- 11th, 2017 to the North-West Regions of Port-de- Paix and...  read more

School of Social Work students invited to represent Barry University at the Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy’s (CRISP) Third Annual Social Work Day on the Hill

On March 9th, Barry University School of Social Work will serve as a proud sponsor of the Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy's (CRISP) Third Annual Social Work Day on the Hill. Students Daryl Campbell, Zacharys (Sasha) Morales, Hailee Jefferys, and Tiffany Hodgson have been invited to represent Barry University School of...  read more

A Message from the President

Dear Barry students, faculty, staff and alumni, As a global, inclusive Catholic university and a nationally recognized leader in higher education for the diversity of our students and faculty, we are disheartened by the Executive Order issued by President Trump on January 27. Impelled by our University's Mission and Core Commitments, we are a...  read more

Application to Honor Societies due by March 1, 2017

Application to Alpha Chi, Delta Epsilon Sigma, Kappa Gamma Pi and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Societies are being accepted. All applications must be received no later than 5 p.m. on March 1, 2017. Who should apply: Barry undergraduate students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and above, especially those actively involved in their majors and/or in the larger...  read more

Students from Gihu Keizai University in Japan visit Barry

A group of sports management and sports training students from Gihu Keizai University in Japan visited Barry University in early February. The trip was initiated by ELS's parent company Benesse Group, a Japanese-based company that focuses on ELS and correspondence education. ELS provides instruction in English as a Second Language on Barry's...  read more

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