General Contact Information
17 Lexington Ave. (23rd St.)
Phone: (646) 660-6000
Fax: (646) 660-6001
Newman Vertical Campus:
One Bernard Baruch Way
55 Lexington Ave.(24 St.)
Phone: (646) 312-4888
135 E. 22nd St.
Phone: (646) 660-6655
137 E. 22nd St.
Phone: (646) 660-6949
137 E. 25th St.
Phone: (646) 312-2039
151 E. 25th St.
Phone: (646) 312-1500
To report an EMERGENCY on campus, use any campus phone to call 3333 or use your cell phone to call 646-312-3333.
Department of Public Safety
Your Public Safety
The Security unit also includes 9 Campus Peace Officers(Sergeants), 35 Campus Peace Officers (Patrol Officers), and 27 Campus Security Assistants. All Officers undergo training, which involves: classroom instruction on Law, Communication Techniques, Customer Service, Substance Abuse, Disability Awareness and Arrest Processing. Mandatory updated training on these courses are given on a yearly basis.
All Officers must receive certification each year in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation, First-Aid and Use of Weapons.
Campus Peace Officers are sworn Officers of New York State and have arrest powers
Campus Peace Officers make scheduled and random patrols in all Baruch buildings and an Officer is stationed in the lobby of each building. The Officers carry portable radios to communicate with each other, their base of operations, and to summon aid if necessary. An Assistant Director is always present on campus while classes are in session. Baruch's Director of Campus Security and Public Safety and several Assistant Directors are former members of the New York City Police Department and are trained in police procedures, investigative techniques, and New York State Law.
Campus Security operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Office us located in Room 102 at 17 Lexington Avenue (Lex. Ave. & 23rd St.). The phone number is 646-660-6000. The Baruch emergency number is Ext. 3333 and should be used for emergencies only! In the event of immediate danger, dial 911 - New York City's emergency assistance phone number. (13th Precinct 230 East 21st Street (212) 477-7411)
Security provides guidance and assistance to crime victims in reporting incidents to the police. Our primary concern is the safety and well-being of the victim. If necessary, a member of the Baruch Safety Service will guide a victim through the criminal justice system.
Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures
Fire Drills required by The New York City Fire Department for Hi-rise facilities, mandate fire drills to be conducted in all buildings, for each session of each semester. These drills are the requied evacuation procedures and re re-inforced on our website and blackboard with video instructions for each building.