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Barry University

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Your Chances at Barry
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Your Chances at Barry
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Men
Women
# Applicants
2,442
5,353
# Admitted
1,126
2,544
% Admitted
46.1%
47.5%
% Overall
47.1%

Students who got into Barry:

Tips mention: Interview (1), ACT/SAT (6), Grades (9), Sports/Extracurriculars (2), College Essay (0)
As long as your grades are semi-decent (at leastJan 24 2015Computer Science
As long as your grades are semi-decent (at least a 2.5 from high school), you can get in. I came in with a 2 year degree from Broward College. They accept any regionally accredited 2 year degrees of 2.5 GPA and higher as acceptable for entrance into the undergraduate program.
Male
They do acccept alot of ppl but thts whyJan 21 2014Biology
they do acccept alot of ppl but thts why they are so expensive there are some really nice ppl there.
Female
Provide transcripts from previous schools and just fill inAug 21 2013Computer Science
provide transcripts from previous schools and just fill in the application.
Female
I completed my BSW from another school and appliedJun 01 2013Social Work
I completed my BSW from another school and applied as the program is accelerated. If you want in apply, some people have to do interviews if they have a low GPA. However as the school does want money most (if not all) students are accepted.
Female
Do not fall for the $10,000 scholarship baitMay 05 2013Perfomance Arts
Do not fall for the $10,000 scholarship bait. The expenses are excessive. Although this is a private school, it is not worth the value. If you don not have at least $80,000 saved, RUN from this university. You'll receive a scholarship and perhaps a few grants your freshman and sophomore year. After that, you're stuck with finding your own funding or just dropping out.
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