Information for high school students
If you are still in high school and want to take some introductory level college courses Baruch is the right place to start.
You must be a high school junior or senior with an average of at least 85.
You must submit S.A.T. scores with a score of at least 500 in Math, Writing and Critical Reading.
You must submit an official high school transcript.
- You must submit a non-refundable $65.00 application processing fee.
Completed applications, S.A.T. scores, official high school transcript, along with the application processing fee ($65.00) should be mailed to:
Office of the Registrar
One Bernard Baruch Way, Box H-850
New York, NY 10010-5585
not fax your application. Incomplete or faxed applications
will not be accepted.
Summer I : May 30, 2012
Summer II: July 13, 2012
** Note: You will be able to register online once your application is processed. Application processing time is 3-4 business days.
Registration is available online at http://esims.cuny.edu/bb.
For additional information you may contact the Registrar's Office at (646) 312-1150 or visit www.baruch.cuny.edu/registrar
- You are allowed to take two introductory level liberal arts courses per summer session. No Zicklin business courses are allowed.
- In order to continue as a high school student visiting at Baruch College, you must maintain an overall 2.0 GPA.
- Baruch College cannot guarantee that requested courses will be available at your registration time..
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