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What I liked about Barry is the social climate. It is a very diverse and inclusive school with many clubs and opportunities for a student to network. The people are friendly however you do have to make the first move. The professors are dedicated to helping students and are very understanding. They teach to the best of their ability and take extra time to make sure you understand everything. They also provide resources to help you practice during your free time. They'll talk to you about your grades and are flexible if you didn't complete an assignment. Overall, my educational experience here is a 10/10.
Something I didn't like about Barry is the lack of knowledge about events that happen around campus. I'm a foodie, so I was disappointed to find out their cafeteria food isn't that good. They have other options though.
Barry University is a small school, but since it's in Miami there are plenty of activities people can do. I like the small campus because it creates a loving environment. The campus is beautiful. The education is great and I like the small classes because it allows students to ask for personal help from the professor.
Not a lot of food options are available on campus.
What I like about Barry University is the availability of opportunities, but you do have to look for them. It isn’t a large school and the course material can get challenging but it isn’t completely impossible.
What I didn’t like was the limited options in food choices.
Barry University was a great experience, for the most part, they did have activities you could join in on campus the teachers were good they want you to succeed and be great. Students are not too bad just have to find the right people to befriend and associate with.
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I like how close it is to city life.
The campus is pretty small
Barry University is a university where students are able to learn effectively, collectively, and collaborative. The students and staff make you feel welcomed and help out during rough times.