Barry University is no longer monitoring TS Chantal
All Barry University sites remain under normal operating conditions
Please check back for future updates.
Barry University encourages you to practice safety first – Take extra time getting to-and-from Barry, as conditions are expected to be windy and wet.
Barry University reminds all students, faculty and staff to familiarize yourself with Barry’s emergency policies and procedures by visiting the following web sites:
Faculty and staff: Prior to leaving campus for the weekend, you are encouraged to pack up—and take--your office valuables with you. All faculty and staff are also encouraged to prepare your respective offices, i.e. unplug all computers, electrical equipment, etc. Visit http://www.barry.edu/prepare/plan-at-work/individual-responsibilities.htmlfor additional information.
REMINDER TO STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF: To assist with the immediate dissemination of official Barry University emergency announcements, you are encouraged to verify that their emergency contact information is up-to-date. You can verify and/or update your information through WebAdvisor. Please take the time to login to WebAdvisorand review/verify/update your contact information so that notices can be sent to you in a timely manner using the University’s emergency notification system.
List all your phone numbers (cell, work, home) that you would like to receive emergency voice notifications
NOTE: To ensure that you receive Barry’s emergency TEXT messages, you must select “Cell With Texting” (not just “Cell”)
Provide additional email addresses (besides your Barry email), should you wish to receive emergency emails at these personal addresses.
In the event of an actual emergency, notifications and alerts will be broadcast immediately via a combination of any of the following communication channels: