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Message from President Mitchel B. Wallerstein

Mitchel Wallerstein
As president, it is my pleasure to provide you with insight into what makes our College so special. First, we are a highly ranked public institution of higher education that offers a world-class education in business, the arts and sciences, and public affairs at a very affordable price, meaning that students can complete their undergraduate or graduate degrees at Baruch without having to go deeply into debt. Second, we are located in the heart of mid-town Manhattan in one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world with easy access to all that New York has to offer. Third, with a talented faculty and committed staff, Baruch is highly successful in preparing its students to be tomorrow's leaders in business, government, non-profit management, law and many other liberal arts disciplines. Our students take seriously their role as contributors and problem-solvers for our society and for the City of New York. Read the President's full message >

Recent Announcements

10/28/15 - Ongoing Contract Negotiations

10/22/15 - Fall 2015 General Faculty Meeting

10/14/15 - Academic Year 2015-2016 Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

10/7/15 - Dean Birdsell Named a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration

9/28/15 - Baruch Earns Recognition from National Rankings

9/15/15 - Baruch Response to Criminal Charges in Pi Delta Psi Hazing Investigation

9/8/15 - Dr. Michael L .Barnett Joins Baruch as ACE Fellow

5/14/15 - Search Committees: WSAS Dean and VP for Enrollment Management

4/29/15 - Dr. Ben Corpus Departing Baruch

4/28/15 - 2015 Baruch College Excellence Award Winners

4/16/15 - President Mitchel Wallerstein Delivers State of the College Address to Baruch Students, Faculty and Staff

3/03/15 - Academic Year 2014–2015 Sexual Harassment Policy

2/26/15 - Announcing Dean Peck's Retirement

1/8/15 - Appointment of Executive Legal Counsel and Labor Designee

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