Live a Barry Life.
The Facts About Barry University
• Founded in 1940
• 122-acre campus in Miami, Florida, one of the nation’s most exciting and multicultural cities
• More than 100 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs
• Total enrollment of approximately 8,000 students from nearly all 50 states and 80 countries
• 11:1 student-faculty ratio, supporting small class sizes, personal attention, and engaged learning
• Classes taught by professors (80% with PhDs), not graduate assistants
• Winner of 18 NCAA national championships
• Named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll every year since 2012 after students, faculty, and staff logged more than 45,000 service hours
Life at Barry University in Miami, Florida, offers exciting learning opportunities and so much more. You work with professors. You study by the pool on a campus lined with palm trees. You chat with an author or CEO after a lecture. You cheer on one of our championship athletic programs like tennis, volleyball, or rowing. You spend Saturdays with friends on South Beach. You conduct your own research. You learn how to kayak or scuba dive. You intern at a multinational company. You make a difference.
By living in the international city of Miami and learning with students from around the world, your college experience will be anything but typical. As a student, you’ll quickly realize Barry offers far more than classrooms and tests; learning comes from everything around you.
Prepare for your future
At Barry, you work directly with your advisor to ensure the credits you have earned can be used toward your degree program. You deepen your education with an Honors Program that engages you with classes in culture and philosophy. You study abroad in Germany and learn about business practices in the European Union. You earn your master’s degree with just an extra year of study—Barry offers seamless five-year bachelor’s-to-master’s programs in fields such as Education, Sports Management, and Social Work.
No matter what path you choose, you gain hands-on experience before you graduate. You help produce a television show during an internship at MTV Latin America, one of more than 700 multinational companies in Miami. You present your research findings at a national conference with the support of your professor (who has also become a trusted mentor). You analyze development opportunities in a low-income neighborhood. You create a lesson plan for third graders, and you feel like Superman when they understand fractions. You apply what you’ve learned in the classroom to a rapidly changing world.
Make a difference
At Barry, you do more than advance your career; you learn to make the world a better place. Barry’s Center for Community Service Initiatives fosters partnerships with community organizations, so some of your classes use service learning to integrate your course work with community needs. You use photography to help at-risk teens see the world through a different lens. You help migrant farmworkers advocate for fair treatment. You give the gift of shelter to a deserving family with Habitat for Humanity. You live Barry University’s commitment to social justice and collaborative service.
As a Barry student, you express yourself—after all, there are more than 60 student organizations to choose from. Best of all, you develop leadership skills and make lifelong friendships at the same time. You run for student office and become a voice for your peers. You lead an intramural sports team to a tournament win.
You also support—or compete on—one of Barry’s 12 varsity teams. A member of NCAA Division II and the Sunshine State Conference, the Barry Buccaneers have won 18 NCAA national championships.
Afford your education
With all that it has to offer, Barry strives to provide the resources to make your education—and college experience—affordable for you and your family. Through scholarships, grants, work-study programs, and low-interest loans, more than 90% of all undergraduates receive some form of financial aid.
Ready to live a Barry Life?
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