Miami Shores, FL
Miami Shores, FL
We are Barry U.
Located in Miami, Florida, Barry University offers exciting learning opportunities for all kinds of students, hailing from all over the world.
Work side-by-side with your professors. Study by the pool on a palm tree-lined campus. Get up close and personal with authors, CEOs, and researchers who prepare presentations just for Barry students. Cheer on one of our championship athletic programs like the tennis, volleyball, or rowing teams—or spend your weekends with friends catching rays on South Beach. At Barry, you can conduct your own research, intern at a multinational company, and make a difference.
Your college experience here will be anything but typical. As a student, you’ll quickly realize that Barry offers far more than rigid classrooms and standardized testing; learning is facilitated by the world around you.
Barry University is committed to providing a high-quality education in an environment conducive to your growth as a student and future professional. Our programs are designed to give you a solid foundation in the major of your choice. We offer more than 100 academic programs, including master’s degrees in business, education, health, and law. Our curriculum is designed to give you the tools to expand your knowledge, actively engage with the presented material, and hone your critical thinking skills.
At Barry, we want to assist you in making use of your talents beyond the classroom setting. There are many opportunities to employ your practical knowledge on and off campus. Get involved in labs, volunteer opportunities, and discussion that will maximize the benefits of your education with us.
Barry University ranked on the Best Colleges and National Universities in 2022-2023 list. Founded in 1940, Barry is a private institution with an urban campus setting in Miami, Florida. As of Fall 2021, undergraduate enrollment was 3,332 students.
“Barry provides more than just a quality education. The University promotes social, cultural and Dominican values and experiences, and I'm proud to share these traditions with my family.”