Located in the heart of America’s sixth largest city, students at the Downtown Phoenix campus have access to a variety of cultural and sporting events, as well as myriad community service and leadership opportunities. The Downtown Phoenix campus is focused on each student’s academic achievement, professional development, and involvement in a larger community.
Downtown students live and study near some of the city’s most prominent news stations, hospitals, government entities and community service centers. The Downtown Phoenix campus engages students in Phoenix’s ongoing growth and expansion, and challenges them to look and think beyond their college campus. Barrett students live on the 8th and 9th floors of Taylor Place as part of our honors residential community, dubbed “B-Town D-Town” by students.
As part of the Rhodes residency, a panel of five Barrett students interviewed Rhodes lecturer Jay Kopelman on Monday, February 24.
The Irish Echo Magazine has named Katherine O’Flaherty, honors faculty fellow at Barrett, The Honors College at the Downtown Phoenix campus, to its 2014 Top 40 Under 40 list.SEE ALL NEWS STORIES
Join the Barrett SWAT Team for a discussion with the college’s new Internships and Research Coordinator, Sr., Sarah Hipolito, on Tuesday, March 18th at 4:30 pm.
As a professor of Kinesiology and Community Health at the University of Illinois, Dr. Charles Hillman works to explore the interconnectedness of the brain, physical activity and cognitive function.
BLAST Poly has challenged BLAST’D to a paintball challenge!
Come learn more about HON 394: Changemaking in Education.
For the April 4th First Fridays event, Barrett students, faculty and staff from across all four campuses will convene in downtown Phoenix for a Barrett Art Walk and Art Exhibition.