academic advisement

Our helpful team of academic advisors is here to help guide you through our academic programs. Whether you're looking for assistance on selecting the right courses or completing degree requirements for graduation, academic advisement offers the information and resources needed for a seamless experience.

Our Services
Our academic advisors provide the following services:

  • Individualized program planning based on student's academic goals
  • Personalized 'What if?' scenarios regarding their course of study/elective selection
  • Up-to-date information on Baruch’s academic policies and procedures
  • Comprehensive understanding of other facilities and Baruch-wide resources
  • Advisement on academic appeals and counseling for students on probation
  • Help with degree auditing requirements for students nearing graduation

Advisement Requirements
Every BSPA student must complete and sign the BSPA Declaration form. It may be submitted as an email attachment to or delivered to your advisor on the 4th floor of 135 E. 22nd Street.

We recommend graduate students meet with their respective academic advisor before the end of their first semester. Please contact the Graduate Advisement Office at to schedule a one-on-one appointment.

New Student Orientation
New graduate students are welcomed to campus through Student Orientations where they meet can meet their classmates, as well as advisors and faculty. These orientations provide new students with information about college life, academic policies, financial assistance, and course planning. Undergraduate student orientations are facilitated by the Center for Academic Advisement.

Contact Us
Advisors are located on the 4th Floor of 135 E. 22nd Street (on 22nd Street between Lexington & Third Aves). Students can contact us by phone at 646-660-6757, or by visiting our offices. Graduate students can also reach out to us via email at, and undergraduates can email us at