Welcome New Vikings
Incoming freshmen SOAR into Berry this month with an exciting two-day orientation session made just for them.
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“Berry’s volleyball program has prepared me to play with some of the best”
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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.
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Two Berry College students have been named Synovus Scholars and received funding for their research.
Berry instructor Kathryn Nobles has been named a Maestro in Outstanding Achievement by Kindermusik International, the world’s leading publisher of music and movement programs.
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Roatan, Honduras - Summer 2014
View activities of students in the 2014 Coral Reef Ecology course.
27,000 acre campus 2,141 undergraduates 12.3:1 student to faculty ratio
more than 90% of students work on campus 33 states 17 countries founded 1902
Recent graduate Stephanie Quinn plans to
extend her Berry College volleyball career and test her prowess on the global
She has been selected as one of 10 athletes
from across the nation to join the roster for the USA Division III Women’s
Volley Ball Team – Brazil Tour 2014. All of the team members have been
recognized as All American, All Region and All Conference honorees.
The Merritt Island, Fla., native has racked up many
impressive accolades throughout her career as member of the Berry volleyball
team. After helping lead her team to its second consecutive regular season and
tournament Southern Athletic Association championship, she was named the
Southern Athletic Association Player of the Year, Southern Athletic Association
First Team All-Conference. In addition, she was named to the NCAA Atlanta
Regional All-Tournament Team after leading the Vikings to the NCAA Regional
Semifinals in their first ever NCAA tournament appearance.
Leaving her mark on the Berry volleyball record books,
Stephanie is in the top 10 for career hitting percentage, career digs, career
aces, and career sets played, and she is the career record holder for career
assists with 4,495. Outside of volleyball, Stephanie was heavily involved in
Athletes Bettering the Community and she held a job with the Intramurals
Department. She earned a bachelor of science in psychology in May.
“It is an absolute honor to have been
selected to be a part of this team,” she said. “Berry’s extremely competitive
volleyball program has prepared me to play with some of the best Division III
players in the nation as we compete against Brazil.”
Public Relations Supervisor Hayden Sloan