Center For Student Involvement
Brett. S Klein, M.Ed., Director
LaKima Garnett, M.S., Associate Director
Elaine Johnsen, M.S., Coordinator
Bacheler Jean-Pierre, M.A., Coordinator
Sanjay Sinclair-Sands, M.S., Coordinator
Sharon Singh-Passley, Administrative Assistant
Derek Bley, GA
Karla Cabas, GA
Robyn Firth, GA
Michael Malinowski, GA
Benjamin Otero, GA
Ian Quaminda, GA
The Center for Student Involvement is committed to the mission of Barry University and the Division of Student Affairs. The guiding philosophy of the department recognizes that the development of the whole student is achieved through in-class and out-of-class learning opportunities and experiences provided through programs designed to enhance cultural, intellectual, leadership, personal, and professional development. When afforded these opportunities for learning and growing, students will graduate from the institution with a better understanding of themselves and their peers, as it relates to their organizations, chosen professions and responsibilities as part of a larger community.
The office encompasses new student orientation program, student organizations, leadership development, student programs and events, International and Multicultural programs, club and organization governance, Fraternity and Sorority life, commuter student resources.
The staff, through the implementation of student development theories in a variety of instructional settings, assists students in developing environments which enhance diversity, promote ethical and moral development, encourage civic engagement, promote the establishment of meaningful interpersonal relationships, and provide leadership and experiential learning opportunities.
Commuter Student Resources
Student Involvement provides a variety of programs and services intended to enhance the commuter experience by broadening the students' knowledge of opportunities, events, and services that will assist them during their college career. The office offers programs such as commuter appreciation days solely for commuter students and variety of different services including carpooling and commuting alternative programs, Commuter Student lounge with amenities, information on commuter spots on campus, locker rentals, student-discounted Metro bus passes and parking decals, and information on commuter meal plans.
Campus Events & Programming
While academics will be a major focus of your college career, the Center for Student Involvement at Barry University believes that a complete college education requires involvement in activities, events, and programs outside the classroom. Therefore, the office plays a major role in the social and educational programming throughout the campus.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) – a University Funded Organization (UFO), develops, coordinates and presents many of the campus wide programs, trips, and events. CAB strives to provide dynamic and diverse programs and events that meet the needs and interests of the Barry University student community. Programs include evening entertainment such as bands, comedians, talent shows, and game shows. Large scale and/or traditional programs include: the coffee house themed Café Latte, the all-white attire party Glo, and the event inspired by Barry University’s past history as an all woman’s college, Barry Beauties. Annual holiday trips to Florida theme parks are scheduled annually as well as trips to local attractions.
Adventure Series - The Adventure Series serves the educational, recreational, and developmental needs of the Barry University community by utilizing human-powered outdoor adventure pursuits, experiential education methods, and the natural environment. The program provides opportunities for challenging experiences in outdoor settings while promoting a responsible and sustainable land-use ethic. In doing so, Adventure Series can address individual recreational needs as well as provide out-of-classroom academic support experiences. Students are encourage to discover the thrilling adventures of South Florida such as sailing, hiking, rock climbing, scuba diving, kayaking, horseback riding & more…
Mosaic - Mosaic Cultural & Creative Arts Series a program designed for Barry University students to explore an array of cultural arts programs and activities through a variety of mediums. Whether attending a theatrical performance, one of the world's finest ballets, going to a cultural festival or experiencing a new artisan's work at an exhibit, Mosaic enables students to celebrate their freedom of expression and inquiry as well expose them to the rich tapestry of culture and arts that South Florida is renowned for.
Project CSI - You plan it… You do it… We cover it… is one of offices newer initiatives that allows any student, group of friends or organizations at Barry University to plan their own large scale event and all expenses are paid for by the Center for Student Involvement. Students can use their imagination and creativity to propose an event, the proposal is reviewed by a committee of students and staff members in an annual contest. Once the Project CSI event is selected it is up to the students to make the idea a reality!
Homecoming - Homecoming is a weeklong celebration of traditional events, fun activities and competitions. Traditional Events include the Kick-Off BBQ, Barry Beauties, Golf Cart Parade, and Buc Fest Concert (past performers: Blessid Union of Souls, Fat Joe, Grind Mode, and Casley). Competitions between clubs and organizations, Residence Halls, and student organized teams also traditionally took place during the week with such favorites as Bucky Bird Watch, Residential Life Battle of the Halls Competition, Powder Puff Football. Rip the Runway Fashion Show, Spoken Word Event, Formal Dance, and the Greek Step Show are popular large scale events.
For more information regarding campus events and programming at Barry University, please contact the Center for Student Involvement, located in Landon Student Union 202, call 305-899-3961 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leadership Speaker Series -are designed to provide students with the opportunity to understand and explore the concept of leadership, assess your interests, improve your skills and learn more about working with others. Seminar topics will vary each semester and suggestions for new topics will be researched and provided as needed.
Leadership Conferences – the purpose of these conferences is to provide student leaders with the opportunity to interact with their peers from Barry University and/or surrounding institutions, allowing them to form friendships, gather ideas and promote intercollegiate cooperative program planning. Most conferences will feature a keynote speaker and a series of breakout sessions aimed at addressing issues that are pertinent to both established and emerging student leaders.
Project LEAD - is a series of skill building and training workshops to aid students in the development of their leadership style and personal development. An integral component is to prepare participants to utilize critical thinking, develop effective verbal, non-verbal and written communication skills, learn how to delegate and work collaboratively and cooperatively within a team. Students can attend workshops "a-la-carte" or they can apply to the Leadership Academy – a track based intensive leadership and skill developing program. Successful completion of the Leadership Academy culminates with leadership certification.
Vice President's Roundtables – these roundtables provide an opportunity for the primary student leaders of Barry University to have lunch with administrators to ask questions and gain insight from one of the University's leaders.
Leadership Recognition - the office and the Division of Student Affairs recognizes student leaders for their positive contributions to campus life by hosting an annual leadership awards banquet held in April. This program is designed to emphasize the importance of student leaders and recognize outstanding individuals, student organizations and advisors for their leadership contributions to Barry University.
Emerging Leaders – this program focuses on first-year student leadership development based loosely on the Social Change Model of Leadership. The Emerging Leaders program provides experiential opportunities enhancing leadership skills, raising social awareness, and stimulating intellectual growth. To further expose students to campus resources and provide transitional support, this program offers direct interaction with current student leaders, university staff, faculty, and senior administrators.
Leadership Library – if you are interested in researching educational resources on leadership topics, the Leadership Library stocks books, journals, videotapes, and a wide array of handouts, all of which relate to leadership, including topics such as leadership theory, meetings, delegation, networking, publicity, diversity, ethics, ice-breakers, and other topics relevant to leadership and management. Anyone with a Barry University student ID card may review the materials in the library or check out an item for 48 hours. The Leadership Library is located in the Landon Student Union, Suite 202.
New Student Orientation Program - is rooted in the university's mission of providing Knowledge and Truth, Inclusive Community, Social Justice and Collaborative Service. The Center is responsible for developing comprehensive transition support and programming for the Division of Student Affairs.
Additionally, the office will foster collaboration among campus departments, individual students, and student organizations toward the goal of presenting a comprehensive transition support program that facilitates social, educational, spiritual, cultural, cognitive, and ethical development.
International and Multicultural Programs (Imp)
Provides resources, services, and programs designed develop the multicultural and international dimensions of Barry University. The office seeks to challenge existing cultural stereotypes and misconceptions, to enhance the college's awareness of the perspectives and needs of its diverse community members, and to aid the college's mission of achieving an intercultural living and learning community. IMP further provides advocacy, support, immigration advising, and other key resources and services to international students and scholars. And finally, it functions as a crucial liaison within the Barry community, and various local, state and federal agencies.
Every effort is made to promote student awareness of the benefits available to international students under federal regulations. IMP requires all international students to provide up-to-date information regarding changes in personal and/or academic status. These changes may include a new academic program, change of address, financial status, and transfer to another university. In accordance with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regulations, IMP maintains a complete file on each student, which must include a copy of the endorsed I-20, passport, visa, I-94 card and other related documents.
International students are required to register full time 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduates and nine credit hours for graduate and six credit hours for doctoral students. At all times, a student must make satisfactory progress toward completion of a degree program.
Students who fall out of status are responsible for filing for reinstatement with IMP staff to the USCIS.
The International and Multicultural Programs office provides advisement with regard to any academic, financial, personal, or immigration matters. IMP staff holds a mandatory, extensive orientation for new international students which is held prior to registration in the Fall and Spring semesters. Once students arrive at the university, they are responsible to bring the following documents to check-in and will not be allowed to register for classes without them; an endorsed I-20 or DS-2019 form, a valid passport, a valid visa, an I-94 card, and a completed information sheet (provided by IMP.)
IMP promotes international and cultural awareness to the Barry community by sponsoring the:
- International Assistant Program
- Latino Heritage Month
- International Education Week
- Festival of Nations
- International Student Meetings and Forums
- Cross-cultural Workshops/Simulations
- Cultural Extravaganza
- Immigration Seminars
- Diversity workshops and speakers
Frequently asked questions that can be resolved by calling the International & Multicultural Programs office include:
- May I work part-time as an international student?
- How and when can I apply for employment authorization?
- What is curricular and optional practical training?
- I forgot to get my I-20 signed and I'm in my home country. What do I do now?
- How do I apply for an extension of stay in the United States?
- Can I just go to Cancun for Spring break without getting a visa before I go?
- Will I fall out of status if I take less than a full-time course load?
- What's the difference between an academic advisor and my international student advisor?
- Can I study less than full-time as an international student?
Student organizations provide opportunities to enrich the academic experience of college. Students are encouraged to become actively involved in campus life and the local community by pursuing their special interests and hobbies through involvement in social and academic student organizations.
The opportunities for student involvement in campus activities are endless. There are more than 60 student organizations that meet the needs of students at Barry University. United by the Student Organization Council (S.O.C.) and funded by the Student Government Association (S.G.A.), these groups encompass a wide range of interests and welcome your participation. Registered student organizations include Arts, Communication/Media, Education, Governing, Honor, Medical, Multicultural, Greek, Recreational/Sports, Religious, and Service groups.
The S.O.C. aids students with opportunities to develop and enhance a personal philosophy of leadership that includes self understanding, respect for others and acknowledgement of responsibilities inherent in a community. Each semester leadership seminars are hosted for organization executive officers and general members to develop their group's productivity.
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Opulent Image Models - To develop skills in fashion, to educate each member on the economic world of fashion, to surround and place each member in a social environment with others, to educate the underprivileged community and to hold various fashion and talent shows on the Barry University campus and local community throughout the year.
Communication / Media Organizations
Buccaneer Newspaper - The Barry Buccaneer is the student newspaper, ranging from 8-16 pages and published at the first of every month starting in September and ending with May. The Buccaneer serves as a laboratory for the journalism minors. All work, including writing, editing, advertising and design, is completed by students.
WBRY Radio Station - The WBRY Radio Station provides training in broadcasting for students and to educate and inform the Barry campus about alternative music and educational broadcasting.
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American Sign Language Club - To learn American Sign Language and the deaf culture. Also, to be able to communicate within the deaf community. We also want to have students and faculty experience and interact within a new culture while promoting diversity with the Barry University community.
Master of Social Work Student Organization - The purpose of the M.S.W.S.O. is to enhance the lives of the social work students in the Master of Social Work program at Barry University by providing mentoring, advocating, and confidence though group support, while contributing to the community in practicing and upholding the National social Work Code of Ethics, (NASW).
All Greek Council (AGC) - is the governing body of the Barry University fraternities and sororities. AGC coordinates events such as Greek Week, the All Greek Speaker, and Greek unity events. Members attend local and regional leadership conferences and provide direction and motivation for the Barry University Greek community.
Campus Activities Board - The Campus Activities Board (CAB) designed in 1991 by the students for the students. CAB is a student-funded and operated organization, open to all Barry University students, which plans, coordinates and presents many of the campus-wide events for students at Barry. By utilizing the student's talents and energies, CAB strives to provide dynamic and diverse programs that meet the needs and interests of the students at our University.
Student Government Association - Student Government gives every undergraduate student the chance to practice and develop leadership skills while representing their peers and improving the University and student life. Students involved in Student Government have the chance to interact with the University administration and faculty and work in a collaborative manner to better Barry University. Student Government members are respected as leaders of the student body, and their input is often sought in making important decisions for the University.
Student Organization Council - The purpose of the Student Organization Council shall provide oversight of all recognized clubs and organizations, to coordinate co-curricular activities of the recognized clubs and organizations, to provide leadership during activities, to develop a spirit of unity with the clubs and organizations, to represent all recognized clubs and organizations when required and to provide for organized management of clubs and organizations for improvement of education and the enlightenment of the entire Barry University and local community.
Alpha Chi Honor Society - Alpha Chi is a national, coeducational honor society open to juniors and seniors from all academic disciplines with a 3.70 grade point average and exemplary character. The society encourages sound scholarship and devotion to truth, not only among its members but also among all the students on campuses on which there are chapters.
Alpha Mu Gamma Honor Society - Alpha Mu Gamma is the national collegiate foreign language honor society which recognizes excellence in achievement in foreign languages as well as in the student's overall scholastic program. In addition to encouraging the study of foreign languages, members work towards the realization of friendship, enlightenment, and sympathetic understanding of other peoples and cultures.
Beta Beta Beta Honor Society - Beta Beta Beta is the national biological honorary society. Biology majors who have achieved an overall college grade point average of 2.75 and 2.00 grade point average in biology qualify for membership. The purpose of Beta is to form an honor society for students of the biological sciences and thereby to stimulate sound scholarship, to promote the dissemination of scientific truth, and to encourage investigation in the life sciences.
Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society - Chi Sigma Iota is the International Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society established January 1, 1985 by representatives of the Counselor Education training program at Ohio University and leaders in the U.S. counseling profession. The formation of an honor society was seen as a fruitful avenue to provide a much needed link between students, educators, practitioners and administrators in various counseling settings. The purpose of Chi Sigma Iota, International is: to promote scholarship, research, professionalism and excellence in counseling and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the field of counseling.
Delta Epsilon Sigma Honor Society - Delta Epsilon Sigma is a national Catholic honor society for men and women, is open to juniors and seniors who have a 3.50 grade point average, have helped to foster intellectual activities, and who demonstrate leadership in their respective disciplines. Scholarships are available to members for the senior year and graduate study.
Gamma Sigma Epsilon Honor Society - Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a national chemistry honor society that recognizes outstanding student performance in chemistry. A nominee must have a 3.00 average in a minimum of 16 credits of chemistry and an overall GPA of at least 3.00. Membership is open to chemistry majors and other science majors who meet the above minimum requirements. Those who do not meet the membership requirements are still welcome to attend meetings and participate in the chapter activities.
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society - Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education, invites to membership those who have attained excellence in scholarship and distinction of achievement in the field of professional education. Qualifications for undergraduates include full junior status, at least twelve semester hours of professional education, and a 3.50 grade point average. Graduate students must have at least twelve semester hours of graduate work in professional education completed at Barry and a 3.70 grade point average in graduate courses.
Kappa Gamma Pi Honor Society - Kappa Gamma Pi a national Catholic honor society, is open to graduating seniors who have a 3.70 grade point average or better and an outstanding record of academic excellence and service leadership while in college. As candidates, they pledge to continue to provide examples of scholarship, leadership and service in their personal and professional lives. This commitment is the difference that distinguishes nomination to Kappa Gamma Pi as the most relevant and prestigious award on campus.
Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society - Lambda Pi Eta is the national communication honor society. Among its goals, Lambda Pi Eta promotes interest in the field of communication as well as encourages the professionalism of its student members. Qualifications include: full-time status with a major or minor in Communication, minimum of 60 semester hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better, and a minimum of 12 semester hours in Communication with a GPA of at least 3.25.
Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society - Phi Alpha Theta is an international honor society in history. It is composed of students and professors elected to membership because of excellence in the study or the writing of history. Its objectives are to promote the study of history by encouraging research, good teaching, publication, and exchanges of learning among historians. To carry out its objectives, Phi Alpha Theta holds biennial conventions and offers awards for scholarly achievement.
Phi Delta Kappa Honor Society - Phi Delta Kappa is an international association of professional educators. Our mission is to promote quality education, with particular emphasis on publicly supported education, as essential to the development and maintenance of a democratic way of life.
Phi Epsilon Kappa Honor Society - Phi Epsilon Kappa is a national professional fraternity for persons engaged in or pursuing careers in health, physical education, recreation or safety. Membership is open to persons interested in the purpose of the Fraternity and in providing time and energy for the benefit of the areas which include: physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performances, exercise science, sports medicine and sports management.
Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society - Phi Eta Sigma is a National Honor Society for men and women open to freshmen with a 3.50 grade point average. Students will be inducted into the society during the annual Honors Convocation.
Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society - Pi Gamma Mu was founded in 1924 by the deans of the College of William and Mary in Virginia and of Southwestern College of Kansas. It is the oldest, largest and most significant of the honor societies broadly concerned with the social sciences. The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to foster excellence in the social sciences and to promote cooperation among them. The motto of the society is;Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.; An individual may be invited or may petition to join Pi Gamma Mu when he/she is a junior, senior or graduate student in the
upper 35 percent of the class, has at least 20 semester hours in social science and has a grade point average of 3.00 or better.
Psi Chi Honor Society - Psi Chi is a national honor society in psychology. Second semester juniors and seniors who have a 3.50 grade point average are eligible for membership.
Sigma Alpha Pi -To assist college students in creating the lives they desire, by helping students discover what they truly want to do, and to give them the support and tools to achieve their goals.
Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society - Sigma Tau Delta is an international English honor society to advance the study of literary masterpieces, to encourage worthwhile reading, to promote the mastery of written expression, and to foster a spirit of intellectual comradeship among students of the English language and literature.
Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society - Sigma Theta Tau is an international honor society in nursing. The purpose of this society is to recognize superior scholastic achievement and professional leadership in the field of nursing. Membership is open to juniors, seniors and RN-BSNs in the top third of their class.
Sigma Xi Honor Society - Sigma Xi is an international research honor society. The mission of the society is to honor scientific accomplishments, to encourage and to enhance worldwide appreciation and support of original investigation in science and technology, and to foster worldwide a creative and dynamic interaction among science, technology and society. The fields of activity for the society are the pure and applied sciences, including the physical sciences, life and agricultural sciences, earth sciences, medical sciences, mathematics and engineering. Individuals are invited to join the society if they have demonstrated noteworthy achievement as an original investigator or have shown aptitude for research through initial research achievement. Over 170 members have received the Nobel Prize.
Theta Alpha Kappa Honor Society - Theta Alpha Kappa is a national honor society in theology, has for its purpose the promotion of excellence and scholarship in the fields of religious studies and religious education. It is open to persons of all faiths. Members are encouraged to provide scholarly lectures and contribute articles for national publication.
American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management - The American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management (AAPPM) was established in 1961 to promote the study of all phases of podiatric practice management. As podiatric practice becomes increasingly more complicated and influenced by outside forces, it is the commitment of the Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine chapter of the AAPPM to educate each of its members with superior practice management skills so that podiatric medicine will continue to thrive in the 21st century.
American Association of Women Podiatrists - The American Association of Women Podiatrists opens its membership to all female students of podiatric medicine who are interested in advancing recognition of the profession and in obtaining financial assistance for its members.
American Medical Students Association - To promote active improvement in medical education, involving our members in the social, moral and ethical obligations of the profession of medicine, assisting in the improvement and understanding of world health problems and contributing to the welfare of pre-medical students.
Biomedical Sciences Society - To unite the three different Biomedical Sciences tracks, post-Baccalaureate program, to provide community service to the greater Miami community and to create a support network for incoming students. Further, to assist students in becoming more complete applicants when applying to professional schools and programs.
Chemistry Club - To promote professionalism and scholarship in chemistry and the general welfare of club members.
Nursing Students Association - To aid in the preparation of nursing students for the assumption of professional responsibilities, to aid in the development of the whole person and that person's responsibility for the healthcare of people from all walks of life and to provide programs representative of fundamental and correct professional interest and concerns.
Pre-Physician Assistant Student Association - To stimulate greater interest and to further a better understanding of the role of a physician assistant, to promote fellowship among students, faculty, administration and practitioners, and to afford a means of association with students of PA programs.
Pre-Vet Club - To help pre-vet students in their studies as well as share experiences together. Also, to participate in volunteer activities to gain a better understanding of the pre-vet profession.
Student Athletic Trainers' Association - The Athletic Training Association provides a forum for Athletic Training students discussing current issues in the field while encouraging professional advancement.
Student National Podiatric Medical Association - Student National Podiatric Medical Association is a national society working to promote fellowship among all students. The association provides a channel of communication for minority students by working to establish and enhance professional relationships with other minority practitioners. In addition to providing tutorial programs and sources of financial assistance, many social activities are planned throughout the year.
Student Occupational Therapy Association - The object of Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) is to further the advancement of Occupational Therapy in order to enhance the health of the public in its medical, community and educational environments through research, education, action, service and the establishment of standards.
Black Student Association - The purpose of BSA is to give organized representation of the Black heritage among the Barry community. BSA will increase the presence of the African American culture within the student body through educational experiences, forums, hosting student functions that celebrate the significant contributions made by African Americans and their importance to the history of America. BSA will establish pride and awareness among the Barry student body, faculty and staff through service, research, celebrations, and exploration of the African heritage.
Haitian Inter-Cultural Association - The Haitian Intercultural Association seeks to develop an awareness of Haitian culture and ideals while contributing to the Haitian community and the community at large through service projects.
Caribbean Student Association - To bring together the Caribbean student population to engage in community service to the Barry University and Miami community.
Latin American Students Association - To grant Barry University students, particularly those with Latin American heritage, a valuable opportunity to meet, share their wisdom, work together and get involved with the community. We encourage students' involvement with the community and the school. We also promote integration among its members and expect them to use LASA as a resource for networking and volunteering.
Arts in Motion Productions - A.I.M. Productions was formed to expose the hidden talent of dancers at Barry University. This dance organization is not limited to those who can dance but is for anyone who is fascinated in the various styles of dancing and has the potential to become a dancer.
BLISS - To create an enjoyable connection between African culture and the student body through energetic performances of stepping; to please and entertain the student body, faculty and staff through a fresh, new and vibrant spiritual form of expression.
Cheerleading Team - The purpose of the Cheerleaders is to promote school spirit and offer support to all of Barry's NCAA athletic games.
Best Buddies Organization - The mission of Best Buddies is to enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment. We do this at the college level by matching college student volunteers in mutually enriching friendships with persons with intellectual disabilities.
Habitat for Humanity - Habitat for Humanity was created to enlist Barry students in helping to provide adequate housing to the working poor of the Greater Miami-Dade and Broward County and to help strengthen the relationship between Barry University and the local community.
Pals 4 Paws - The purpose of this organization shall be: to care for, promote the well being of, publicize the plight of, and educate the Barry and wider community about, the feral and abandoned cats and kittens on and around Barry University.
Student Ambassador Team - The student ambassadors represent an integral part of the University's admissions process. They provide the vital link for those future leaders who strive to attend Barry University to further their education. They are comprised of an elite group of domestic and international students and represent various facets of culture, creed and religion. Through their diversity, education and experiences, they promote leadership, friendship and understanding throughout the depths of the Barry community.
For more information about Barry University's student organizations, please contact the Department of Student Involvement and Engagement, located in Landon Student Union, 202, call 305-899-3961 or email email@example.com.
The Greek men and women of Barry University are founded upon the principles of developing quality leaders through commitment to academic excellence, dedicated service to the University and its surrounding community and the promotion of healthy and responsible social interaction while maintaining a unified Greek environment.
Greek affiliation is an excellent way to enhance your college career. Governed by the Inter-fraternity, Panhellenic, and Multicultural Greek Councils, Barry's fraternities and sororities encourage interpersonal, academic, moral, ethical and professional development through a wide range of leadership and involvement opportunities.
The Barry University Greek community includes:
Alpha Delta Gamma Fraternity
Alpha Phi International Sorority
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority
Multicultural Greek Council
Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity
For more information regarding Greek Life at Barry University, please contact the Center for Student Involvement, located in Landon Student Union, 202, call 305-899-3961 or email: