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Drop/Add period for PACE Fall B Term extended through Oct. 19

As a result of the impact of Hurricane Matthew, the drop/add period for the School of Professional and Career Education's Fall B term — which begins on Thursday, Oct. 6 — has been extended through Monday, Oct. 19. This extension includes late registrations and withdrawals.  read more

Barry University Resumes Operations on Monday, Oct. 10

Barry University will resume all operations (including, but not limited to, academic, food service, student, athletic, university and third party events) at its Miami Shores and Orlando campuses, as well as all other sites and points of delivery, except Jacksonville, on Monday, October 10. This excludes Jacksonville because the University...  read more

The Sukkah is Going Up!!

The Hebrew Bible describes how God redeemed his people from enslavement in Egypt and protected them as they traversed the desert. The Sukkah is a tent-like structure that Jews erect every Fall to represent the temporary dwellings within which the people of Israel lived as they traveled to the Promised Land. Eating in the Sukkah is a way Jews...  read more

Barry Nursing students and faculty volunteer at Feeding South Florida

A group of undergraduate nursing students and faculty members from Barry's Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program recently visited Feeding South Florida in Pembroke Park, Fla., as part of its Community Public Health Outreach efforts. While there, the group participated in the sorting and boxing of donated food items that will be distributed...  read more

Free Spanish classes being offered by the Department of English and Foreign Languages

As part of our community service, the Department of English and Foreign Languages will be offering free Spanish classes at Miami-Dade regional libraries. This project was a result of an ordinance passed and adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on June 30, 2015, affirming Miami-Dade County's support to provide opportunities for its...  read more

School of Podiatric Medicine hosts Class of 2018 Rite of Passage Ceremony

On August 26, 2016, the School of Podiatric Medicine Class of 2018 celebrated their Rite of Passage Ceremony marking their entrance into their clinical portion of their education. Fifty one students received their white coats surrounded by friends, family, faculty, and staff. Dr. Imaze Marian Davis was our esteemed guest speaker and the student...  read more

Barry named to President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll ‘with distinction’

Barry University has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, earning distinction in the General Community Service category. Students completed 45,000 hours of community service — 38,600 hours of service-learning and 6,400 hours of voluntary service — during the 12-month period considered for this national...  read more

Student Leader Quayneshia Smith to Receive State-Level Award for Service

Barry student leader Quayneshia Smith has been selected for Florida Campus Compact's Student Excellence in Service Award. The award annually honors a student in each of the three higher education sectors – state university system, Florida college system, and independent colleges/universities – for outstanding service to Florida's...  read more

School of Business Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter recognized as Honor’s Chapter

The Andreas School of Business Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter was recognized as an Honor's Chapter for the 2015 – 2016 academic year. This status is indicative of a campus where academic excellence is valued and where the faculty officers of the chapter work diligently to enhance Beta Gamma Sigma's stature on campus. Congratulations to the entire...  read more

Sister Linda appears on WLRN's Topical Currents radio show

Last week, Barry University President Sister Linda Bevilacqua, OP, PhD, appeared on WLRN's Topical Currents radio show. Sister Linda, along with a Barry alumnus and current Barry student, talked in-depth about the history of the university, challenges and some of the successes we've experienced as a university community. In case you missed the...  read more

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