Barry University has eight on-campus halls and several off-campus housing facilities. Freshmen have several choices, including Dalton-Dunspaugh and Weber, which are for first-years only. Dalton-Dunspaugh is coed but is divided into male and female wings with huge rooms, lots of closet space, and daily cleaning services. Dalton is made up of suites, with every two rooms sharing a bathroom, and Dunspaugh residents share a community bathroom. Weber Hall houses female first-year students. There are many room types to choose from in Weber Hall—the singles are really nice, and the shared rooms are huge. If you're lucky, you will get a room with an amazing view of the pool, the palm trees, and the horizon. Weber also has a game room with pool tables, televisions, couches, and more. Browne, Flood, and Sage halls house both freshmen and upperclassmen, and there are no community bathrooms here—a bathroom is shared between two rooms. John and Neta Kolasa Hall and Benincasa Hall, which are mirror images of each other, are for upperclassmen. They each have singles and doubles, which come with their own private bathrooms.
There are also University-owned apartments for students. Holly House Apartments, about two blocks from main campus, offers one- or two-bedroom units with full kitchens. The complex has gated-access, a pool, and onsite laundry facilities. Saint Catherine Apartments are across the street from Barry and offer basically the same amenities as Holly House, but residents also get reserved parking. University Villa Apartments offers housing to female students only. Barry also offers theme housing, which is reserved for clubs and organizations, like sororities and fraternities.