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Revamped Admissions & Financial Aid Welcome Center in Kelley House

An Important Message from the Department of Recruitment & Admissions While Kelley House underwent major renovations, Thompson Hall served as a temporary home for the Department of Recruitment & Admissions and the Office of Financial Aid since December. As of today, we are thrilled to announce our permanent move back to the beautifully...  read more

THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES HOSTS THE EIGTH ANNUAL S.T.E.M. SYMPOSIUM

The eighth Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (S.T.E.M.) Undergraduate Research Symposium was held Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The event was sponsored by the departments of: Biology, Information Technology, Math & Computer Science, Physical Sciences, and the scientific research society Sigma Xi. The research symposium is aimed at...  read more

Message from the Student Health Center

This is a reminder that as of July 1, 2016, Barry University will be recognized as a Smoke Free Campus. Any tobacco use, smoking or vaping will be prohibited on any Barry University Campus or property including the Law School in Orlando and all distant sites. All Faculty, Staff and Students will be expected to comply with this new Barry University...  read more

Biology Department hosts HIV researcher for its spring departmental seminar

Barry's Department of Biology recently hosted Dr. Upal Roy, assistant professor in the Department of Immunology at Florida International University's Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. Roy's research is focused on developing targeted and effective therapies to combat HIV infection and progression. He spoke to students, faculty and staff about...  read more

The Fantastic Four: Great Minds Behind the Modern Superhero

This June, the Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library explores the works of some of the greatest contemporary comic book writers in the medium. "Fantastic 4: Brilliant Minds Behind the Modern Superhero" displays graphic novels by: Frank Miller, Alan Moore, Warren Ellis and Grant Morrison.  read more

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Barry alumna Natalie Bieule overcomes adversity to compete at Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

There are times when we find our strength and calling during moments of adversity. Natalie Bieule, '11, learned that lesson when on March 8, 2011 she was involved in a drunk driving accident that led to her becoming a below-the-knee amputee. Today, she is a stronger person than ever before. Many told her that her way of living would never be the...  read more

School of Podiatric Medicine hosts 2016 Commencement

Barry University's School of Podiatric Medicine honored 55 distinguished graduates on April 30 during its 2016 Commencement Ceremony. Of those graduating, 95 percent have placed in residency programs. Dr. Albert Armstrong, Dean of the School of Podiatric Medicine, was joined onstage by 19 faculty members and by trustees Sister Andrea Balconis and...  read more

Students, faculty and departments honored for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI) recently hosted Barry's third annual Community Engagement Awards. Students, student organizations, faculty members and two departments were among those honored. Four community partners received awards as well. In all, 18 awards in six categories were presented at the event, which included the...  read more

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