Making a difference in their communities.
As our nation and world grapple with the ongoing disruption caused by COVID-19, we're inspired by the stories we hear of how Berry alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends are making a difference and showing how they are "Always Berry" in a time of crisis.
From working on the front lines in health care to volunteering at local food banks, our community truly embodies Martha Berry's mission of "not to be ministered unto, but to minister."
Virtual Work Week 2020
More than 200 Berry alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends took part in our first-ever Virtual Work Week, May 11-15, going above and beyond by hosting food and blood drives, making face masks, and writing notes of encouragement and thanks to alumni working in health care as well as the Class of 2020.
Learn more about the week of service and see photos submitted by the Berry community here.
From the head, heart and hands
Berry College aims to provide an integrated education of the head, heart and hands; an approach that has a lasting impact on its alumni and the broader Berry community.
Discover how Berry alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends are making an impact during the COVID-19 pandemic while embodying Berry College's mission.