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Nov 13, 2023

Berry College’s student media outlets and the Department of Communication have once again demonstrated their commitment to excellence and innovation by garnering a record-setting haul of top awards from the College Media Association.

Nov 10, 2023

Berry College Theatre Company will open their second show of the season with a double-casted production the witty comedy, "The Revolutionists."

Nov 9, 2023

Emory Law Professor anchors a panel discussing the implications of artificial intelligence on a range of human activity, including intellectual property creation and the law.  

Nov 8, 2023

After a brief transfer to a state university, this business management major returned to Berry with a signature scholarship and support from mentors that bolstered his confidence and facilitated life-changing opportunities.

Nov 7, 2023

Berry College’s Campbell School of Business recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Master of Business Administration program.  

Nov 2, 2023

From an early age, political science major Brandin Carter ’25 knew he wanted to practice law and dreamed of one day holding public office. Now a junior preparing for the LSAT, he says formative Berry experiences and his summer internship with a district attorney are steppingstones to achieving his goals.

Oct 25, 2023

Pick the study abroad experience that’s right for you!

Oct 25, 2023

Physics major Brenden Smothers built a cloud-computing system during his internship and was then hired as the company’s webmaster. He reflects on how Berry encouraged him to pursue his interests and credits his support network for much of his success.

Oct 18, 2023

Jamie Jang started college on a different degree path, but with the guidance of faculty, she charted a course to physician assistant school. Now she’s thriving in her major, volunteer work and on-campus jobs related to health care.

Oct 12, 2023

A Berry College freshman recently received the inaugural Roberto Clemente Scholarship.

Oct 11, 2023

Brian Carroll, a professor of communication at Berry College, received the J. William Snorgrass Award for the Outstanding Paper on a Minorities Topic at the annual American Journalism Historians Association.

Oct 11, 2023

Now more than ever, a liberal arts degree gives graduates an edge in the job market.

Oct 4, 2023

Art History Professor Virginia Gardner Troy has been awarded the 2023 Award of Excellence in Documenting Georgia’s History.

Oct 4, 2023

Berry College will host a solar eclipse viewing Oct. 14 at the Sara Hightower Regional Library.

Sep 27, 2023

Abby Hilliard, a marketing and management double major, encourages students not to wait until junior or senior year for an internship. After working as a Harbin Clinic marketing intern, she has new direction and drive to start her junior year.

Sep 27, 2023

Whether you’re a first year or a seasoned student looking to refine your study habits, here are the top five strategies for acing college.

Sep 21, 2023

Ann Daniels, who has been lauded as one of Britain’s greatest adventurers of all time, will speak Oct. 2 at Berry College. 

Sep 20, 2023

As an ambitious student with a variety of interests, Makhia Williams says an internship at Mohawk Industries, an international leader in flooring, is helping her focus career goals.

Sep 18, 2023

Two historians will share their research on the significance of a Spanish subgroup during the Nazi regime.

Sep 18, 2023

Once again, U.S. News has ranked Berry College the No. 1 best value among regional universities in the South which consists of 13 states and territories.

Sep 12, 2023

WASHINGTON D.C. -- The U.S. Department of State has selected Berry College’s Peter Friedrich for a project focusing on English language instructors in Russia. 

Sep 11, 2023

The New York Times has published the College-Access Index, a list of the country’s most-selective universities ranked in order of economic diversity. The Times measured economic diversity by analyzing the share of students receiving Pell Grants, which typically go to students from the bottom half of the income distribution. The list covers the 286 most-selective colleges in the country, defined by Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges and other metrics. Berry ranked second among selective Georgia colleges for the number of Pell grant students it welcomes. Vice President for Enrollment Andrew Bressette said Berry's current data shows that about 28% of the student population uses Pell grants. "Our focus over the last few years has been to better fund students and reduce their reliance on student loan debts. We have decreased the percentage of Pell students using loans in their first year of college by 10% over the last five years," Bressette said.

Sep 6, 2023

Hunter Perez ’23 transferred to Berry and quickly became a leader: research and teaching assistant, dairy shift supervisor and student director of orientation. Now he’s enrolled in graduate school with eyes firmly set on teaching animal science.

Sep 6, 2023

Want a competitive edge in the job market? Data analytics skills give graduates the upper hand in nearly every industry.

Sep 1, 2023

The Berry College Moon Gallery presents a new textile-based exhibition “Common Threads” from a pair of collaborative artists. 

Aug 31, 2023

Mathewson Parks ’23 relocated to LA after graduation when he secured a highly sought after internship with the Television Academy Foundation. After a summer in Hollywood, he is now an active producer on two documentaries with the Emmy-nominated studio Elysium Media.

Aug 29, 2023

Berry College kicked off classes on August 21, welcoming students to campus.

Aug 23, 2023

Kylie Hamilton-Lord has made a name for herself teaching students to love music. Tripling the middle school band size where she was recently employed, she sees the impact her Berry education plays in how she builds community and teaches music.

Aug 21, 2023

A Berry geology professor will be the featured scientist for Earth Science Week in October 2023.

Aug 18, 2023

The Princeton Review ® has again included Berry College in its annual ranking publication, “The Best 389 Colleges”.

Aug 16, 2023

Mathewson Parks has been selected for the prestigious Television Academy Foundation ‘Bob Bennett Future Leaders Program.’ He is one of just 10 college students selected, among the Foundation’s 2023 summer interns, for the inaugural program.

Aug 15, 2023

Ryan Segall ’23 had a software developer job in hand when he walked across the stage at graduation. Reflecting on his college experience, he expresses the value of small classes, individualized learning and practical application of computer science skills in his on-campus work and internship.

Aug 9, 2023

Lirio Morales Ibarra ’23, who majored in sociology and anthropology, capped off her senior year with an acceptance to Harvard’s Educational Leadership, Organizations and Entrepreneurship Program housed in the Graduate School of Education. She says Berry experiences — especially the opportunity to serve — played a crucial part in her success.

Aug 2, 2023

Initially struggling to find a major that catered to her career aspirations, Dasha Schaaf ’23 decided to pursue an individually designed major in organizational leadership development.

Jul 26, 2023

Bronson Pierce '22 is trading the business world for medical school at Mercer University. Although he had a stable job, he felt unfulfilled. Now, after a degree from Berry, he credits his medical school acceptance to his support team.

Jul 12, 2023

With a desire to live and work abroad, Claire Rowan ’22 gave her teaching credentials a competitive edge, thanks to training at Berry.

Jun 30, 2023

The combination of academics and practical training in Berry’s nursing program paired with a four-year service scholarship prepared this nurse to deliver care with compassion and empathy.

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