Emergency Preparedness Messages

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Tropical Depression Fred Update #3

Tropical Depression Fred Update #3

A tropical storm warning is now in effect for the Florida Keys, with a tropical storm watch still in place for parts of the southwest coast of Florida. The impact on the Florida peninsula is expected to begin tonight, with heavy rainfall anticipated through Monday in the southern and central parts of the state. Local officials note that South...

Tropical Depression Fred Update #2

Tropical Depression Fred Update #2

A tropical storm watch is currently in effect for the Florida Keys and parts of the southwest coast of Florida. There are currently no changes to any scheduled activities at any Barry University locations. The Command Decision Team (CDT) continues to monitor Tropical Depression Fred and will provide updates as conditions warrant. It is important...

Tropical Storm Fred Update #1

Tropical Storm Fred Update #1

Barry University's Command Decision Team (CDT) is currently monitoring Tropical Storm Fred and will provide updates as conditions warrant. Barry University students and employees should continue to monitor the barry.edu/prepare website, our Emergency Hotline at 305-899-4000, and local media outlets for the latest updates.

Tropical Storm Elsa Update #3

Tropical Storm Elsa Update #3

Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to begin to impact much of the Florida peninsula overnight through Wednesday. There are tropical storm warnings in effect for the Florida Keys and the entire west coast of Florida, with a tropical storm watch in effect for a portion of the Florida panhandle. Courses in St. Petersburg and Tampa will pivot to remote...

Tropical Storm Elsa Update #2

Tropical Storm Elsa Update #2

Tropical Storm Elsa continues to impact the Caribbean and there is now a Tropical Storm warning in effect for parts of the Florida Keys, with Tropical Storm watches in the upper keys, parts of the Southwest coast of Florida, and a portion of southern Miami-Dade County. There are currently no changes to scheduled classes; however, Barry...

Hurricane Elsa Update #1

Hurricane Elsa Update #1

Barry University's Command Decision Team (CDT) is currently monitoring Hurricane Elsa and will provide updates as conditions warrant. Barry University students and employees should continue to monitor the barry.edu/prepare website, our Emergency Hotline at 305-899-4000, and local media outlets for the latest updates.

Spring Break COVID-19 Protocols

Spring Break COVID-19 Protocols

Ahead of a well-deserved break next week, we want to reiterate protocols for returning to campuses and locations after traveling or attending gatherings locally with individuals outside of your “quarantine bubble.” It is important to note that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently advises against non-essential...

Updated Masking Guidance and Main Campus Services

Updated Masking Guidance and Main Campus Services

Masking Guidance In line with updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we are strongly recommending double masking or wearing a mask option that provides a higher level of protection at all University locations in situations when you are in close contact with people who do not live with you. Examples of these...

Monitoring Statewide for Disruptions

Monitoring Statewide for Disruptions

The Barry University Command Decision Team (CDT) is monitoring two potential sources of disruption, beginning this weekend: South Florida law enforcement agencies are warning that there is zero tolerance for unruly behavior on the roads as we honor Martin Luther King Jr this holiday weekend. Historically, groups of ATV, motorcycle and illegal dirt...

COVID-19 Protocols at Barry Locations

COVID-19 Protocols at Barry Locations

Welcome back for the Spring 2021 semester. As we begin another term during this “temporary normal,” it is critical all students, faculty and staff continue their vigilance when it comes to guarding against the spread of COVID-19 within our community. While we look forward to widespread vaccine availability, infection numbers are rising...

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