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Forms - Everything You Need in One Place

With our easy-to-use forms, you'll have everything you need to succeed, no matter where you are in your academic journey — from first-time students to seasoned professionals.Explore our forms page today and discover the simple, convenient, and hassle-free way to stay organized and on track. Your success is our top priority, and we're here to help you every step of the way.

  • Request a change of address update within the Student account. *Employees must also submit address change with HR.*

    Current Students: Submit completed form from yourBarry Student Emailtoregistrar@barry.edufor processing.

    Former Students/Alumni: Submit completed form toregistrar@barry.edu. Please note additional verification and/or documentation will be requested prior to processing.

  • Request a legal name change update within the Student Account. *Employees must also submit legal name changes to HR.*

    Current Students: Submit completed form and copies of documentation from yourBarry Student Emailtoregistrar@barry.edufor processing.

    Former Students/Alumni: Submit completed form and copies of documentation toregistrar@barry.edu.

  • Request to prevent disclosure of directory information. Please see form for more information.

    Current Students: Submit completed form from yourBarry Student Emailtoregistrar@barry.edufor processing.

  • Used to update the Student’s profile information, which includes race/ethnicity, religious preference, and marital status.

    Students: Log in toto update the information under "Student Profile update". If unable to log in at this time, submit completed form from yourBarry Student Emailtoregistrar@barry.edufor processing.

  • Current Students: Online Registration - Please go to , Student Planning to register

    Current Students:PDF Registration– If unable to register online at this time, please submit completed form toregistration@barry.edu. A completed form includes both student and advisor signature(s)/approval(s).

  • Used for changes made to a Student’s course schedule after initial registration - before and during the Add/Drop period. *Not used for initial registration or for course withdrawals after add/drop period*

    Current Students: Submit completed form toregistration@barry.edu. A completed form includes both student and advisor signature(s)/approval(s).

  • Current Students: Submit completed form to your Academic Dean for further processing. Please contact your Academic Advisor with any questions.

  • Students: Log in to to update the emergency information under “User Options". If unable to log in at this time, submit your emergency contact information from yourBarry Student Emailtoregistrar@barry.edufor processing.

Course Withdrawal

Used to withdraw from (a) course(s) after the Add/Drop period. *Not used for Add/Drop. Not used if withdrawing from all courses in a term.*

Current Students: Submit completed form toregistration@barry.edu. A completed form includes both student and advisor signature(s)/approval(s).

Student Withdrawal

Thinking about Withdrawing from a Semester?

You may be considering dropping courses or withdrawing from the university due to academic challenges, illness, family issues, or other personal circumstances. 51ֿ has resources that can help you stay enrolled or, if need be, learn about what happens when you drop courses or withdraw. We hope our campus resources will help you remain enrolled.

Talk to someone before you withdraw from a semester!

IF YOU HAVE: CONTACT THESE AREAS FOR HELP:

Difficulty paying for school

Trouble with grades or keeping up with coursework

  • Your academic advisor can advise you about options. Please login to theto email your advisor.
  • TheLearning Centercan help with tutoring and other services.

Stress or personal issues

An emergency (prolonged illness, death in the family, natural disaster or major life event)

  • TheDean of Studentsprovides consultation services to students in emergency situations.

Be sure you have explored all of your options before you decide to withdraw. Withdrawing can have serious consequences for both your finances and your academic progress.

If you are ready to withdraw from a semester, please follow instructions below.

  • Used to withdraw from the University temporarily or permanently. Withdraws a Student from all courses in the term(s) listed. *Not used for individual course withdrawal.*
  • Current Students: Submit completed form to your Academic Advisor for further processing.

շ: For Undergraduate/Graduate Students, tuition and room on board costs will be credited according to the following refund schedule. To receive a full credit back for all charges, your withdrawal paperwork must be entered by the Registrar's Office before the day your classes begin. Anything, thereafter, can be subject to partial or no credit back.

Read More about Eligibility for Refund.

The above table does not apply to Adult Learner Programs. For withdrawal information for Adult Learner Programs, please refer to the Withdraw & Drops section of the Student Accounts webpage.

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