Barrett, the Honors College at the Polytechnic campus provides an elevated academic experience that builds on the Polytechnic philosophy of “learning by doing.” This nationally-ranked Honors College creates a personable living-learning community of top students who are given special opportunities to reach their life-goals.
Along with ensuring that Barrett students have every opportunity to achieve academic success across the disciplines, a new residential hall that houses Barrett freshmen provides the perfect space to experience “a community of scholars.” Private space, entrepreneurial space, state of the art labs and alliances with local, national and international businesses seek to provide Barrett students with the practical and applied skills, and the theoretical knowledge necessary to exist and compete in the global, real-world marketplace.
Barrett has been nothing but an aid to me since I have been here. I have met new friends, gained the trust of professors, worked on interesting projects, and had opportunities that would have been impossible for me to experience outside of the Barrett community.
All the Poly sections of the Human Event will meet to hold a trial concerning a hypothetical philosophical conflict. The entire Barrett Poly community is invited to observe, so please come join us!
We invite all Barrett Poly students to join us for a relaxing, pre-finals party in the Barrett Student Lounge, following the Human Event Tribunal.
Dr. Mark Henderon, Associate Dean at Barrett Poly, was honored this past week on October 9th, by Tempe Sister Cities for his involvement and dedication to GlobalResolve. Co-founded in 2006 by Dean Henderson, GlobalResolve seeks to connect students and faculty in ways that foster creative innovation, but also to apply these solutions to current, real-world […]SEE ALL NEWS STORIES