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Whether you are a high school student or a transfer student looking to attend Barry University, we encourage you to become part of our 3,000+ undergraduate student body. Gain a global perspective without leaving campus by interacting with students and faculty from all over the world. We pride ourselves in having a culturally diverse, yet close-knit community where students can flourish and learn from one another.
Looking for that one-on-one attention in the classroom? Barry University provides small class sizes with a low student to faculty ratio (averaging 14:1). Our faculty will ensure you receive the very best, individualized attention throughout your entire academic experience.
What do you want to be when you grow up? It’s a question you’ve heard since childhood. Choosing a course for your future takes a lot of assessment, self-examination and perseverance. At Barry University, you’ll have all the tools you need to do just this from the moment you become part of our community.
We offer more than 50 undergraduate majors in virtually every field of interest. Explore the colleges and schools that make up Barry’s academics.
To review all undergraduate degree programs, please visit our program listing.
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Did you know that approximately 90% of all undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid? At Barry University, we do everything possible to help you find affordable ways to get the education you want and need. In fact, the cost of your education at Barry may even turn out to be significantly less than what you thought. To ensure you have a better chance of receiving financial help, make sure to apply early. Although we evaluate applications on a rolling basis, those who apply early benefit most from the excellent financial packages we offer than those who wait.