More than 1,000 students, faculty, staff and community members
came out to hear words of inspiration and hope from renowned social justice
activist Bryan Stevenson.
Read More >
Gifted Peace Corps Teachers to Inspire Budding Scientists
Royce Dingley (16C) and Patrick Felch (16C) are off to teach science to students in Nicaragua and Namibia with the hardworking attitudes they cultivated at Berry.
Read More > | Other Stories >
Known for exceptional academics that combine rigorous studies with inspiration for life, Berry’s small class sizes ensure that students receive the individual attention needed to excel.
Learn more >
Join us for Mountain Day 2016!
Explore Berry's interactive campus map!
27,000 acre campus 2,123 undergraduates 12:1 student to faculty ratio
more than 90% of students work on campus 37 states 11 countries founded 1902
From stone mason to teacher, Royce Dingley found in Berry a
strong foundation for a future in science. With the world’s largest campus as a
science classroom, Royce and close friend Patrick Felch were able to gain
valuable experience working with skilled and caring faculty on programs such as
the restoration of the American Chestnut and as members of the prescribed burn
team for our Longleaf Pine Project. Now Royce and Patrick are off to teach
science to students in Nicaragua and Namibia with the hardworking attitudes
they cultivated at Berry!