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Barry University

11300 NE 2nd Ave 
Miami FL 33161 

(800) 756-6000


General Information

  • Campus Setting Suburb: Large
  • Type of School Private, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above

  • Total Enrollment 8,364 (5,052 undergraduate)
  • Programs Offered Bachelor's degree
    Graduate certificate
    Master's degree
    Post-master's certificate

  • Calendar Semester
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio 19 to 1
  • Distance Learning Opportunities

Student Body

  • Full Time / Part Time 72% / 28%
  • Men / Women (Full Time) 33% / 67%
  • Undergraduate / Graduate 66% / 34%
  • In-State / Out-of-State 57% / 43%

Breakdown of Student Population by Ethnicity


Breakdown of Student Population by Ethnicity

Estimated Cost & Financial Aid

  • Tuition & Fees $26,400
  • Room & Board$8,504
  • Percentage of Students
    Receiving Any Financial Aid
    74%
  • Average Financial Aid Package$24,934
  • Average Indebtedness at GraduationN/A
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Undergraduate Admissions

  • Total Number of Applicants3,819
  • Students Admitted 2,288 (60%)
  • Students Enrolled603 (16%)
  • Average High School GPA3.14
  • Students in top 10% of HS ClassN/A
  • SAT Critical Reading (Middle 50%) 420-510
  • SAT Critical Math (Middle 50%) 410-500
  • SAT Critical Writing (Middle 50%) N/A
  • ACT Composite (Middle 50%) 17-21
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