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At Barry University, you have many opportunities to deepen your education. In addition to more than 100 majors and specializations, Barry offers an Honors Program that engages you with classes in culture and philosophy. You intern at a multinational corporation; there are more than 700 in Miami. You conduct your own research and present your findings at a national conference. You earn your master’s degree with just one extra year of study. Barry offers seamless five-year bachelor’s to master’s degree programs in fields such as education, sports management, and social work. And with Barry’s focus on service learning, you make the world a better place. The university’s Center for Community Service Initiatives fosters partnerships with local organizations so some of your classes integrate your coursework with community needs.
When you’re not in class, you hang out by the pool. You live in one of 10 residence halls on campus. You make lifelong friendships with students from around the world. You express yourself and develop valuable leadership skills – after all, you can choose from more than 60 student organizations on campus. You run for student office and become a voice for your peers. You try out for the lead role at the theatre department’s open auditions. You join the intramural soccer team or relax at a yoga class, some of the many free wellness options on campus. At Barry, you are on the move.
Facilities and Resources
Barry provides the resources you need to help make your time here a successful one. You check out a laptop from one of the new kiosks at the Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library. You access wireless Internet throughout campus. At the R. Kirk Landon Student Union, you speak to a Career Services counselor to help you map a career plan, fine-tune your resume, or improve your interview skills. You produce a show at the David Brinkley Television Studio or the WBRY radio station. The university also has multimedia classrooms and labs dedicated to specific majors such as biology, chemistry, exercise science, and graphic design.
Athletics / Sports
The Buccaneers have won 16 NCAA Div. II National Championships and 65 Sunshine State Conference Championships, and boast some of the most competitive teams in its division.
Financial Aid / Tuition
Barry University strives to provide the resources you need to reduce your costs. Nearly 90% of undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance. The university offers a scholarship program and participates in a full array of federal and state financial aid programs. To apply for financial aid, you must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Applications are accepted year-round. The myBarry online system will help you navigate through each step of the admissions process.
Other Cool Facts
- Students come from nearly all 50 states and close to 110 countries, offering a diversity of experiences and perspectives that enrich your college experience.
- Your classes are taught by experienced professors (80% have PhDs), and not graduate students.
- Barry University was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in 2012 and 2013 after students, faculty, and staff logged more than 25,000 service hours.