*For the most comprehensive information, please visit your personalized myBaruch admitted student web portal, where you will find all kinds of useful information, including the online Declaration of Intent, orientation information, financial aid assistance, and more.
If you don't know your login or password, please click 'Reset password' and enter the email you provided on your application.
To reserve your seat in the class, submit your completed Declaration of Inent in your acceptance packet (or on your myBaruch page) by the deadline specified in your acceptance letter.
2. Submit your $100 Commitment Deposit
All accepted students are required to pay a non-refundable $100 Commitment Deposit. The Commitment Deposit enables you to confirm your enrollment and will be applied towards your first semester tuition charges. For the fall semester, the deposit must be postmarked by May 1st, the national deadline for accepting offers of admission.
Students admitted after the May 1st deadline are strongly encouraged to pay the deposit as soon as possible.
**The Commitment Deposit is waived for Veterans, SEEK students, and for students who file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $3,000 or less. Deposit waivers based on financial hardship will be considered based on demonstrated financial need.
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4. RSVP for and attend Orientation
Orientation invitations are emailed on a rolling basis after you complete your placement test(s) and pay your commitment deposit. Orientation will allow you to:
Register for classes. In order to be considered a fulltime student, you must take at least 12 credits.
Receive your Baruch College ID.
Receive your Baruch student email address.
Check your bill on your CUNYfirst account. Tuition payments can be made at the Office of the Bursar. The bursar’s office accepts cash, check and money orders. For more information on payment options please click here.
*Be sure to complete your necessary testing so that you can be eligible for orientation sooner.
1. Submit your Declaration of Intent To reserve your seat in the class, submit your completed Declaration of Inent in your acceptance packet (or on your myBaruch page) by the deadline specified in your acceptance letter.
2. Submit your Commitment Deposit
If you are currently residing outside the USA, you do NOT need to pay the commitment deposit at this time. You will see the $100 deposit on your tuition bill after you register for classes upon arrival. This is not an extra fee, it is part of your tuition.
If you are currently in the USA you are required to pay the $100 commitment deposit. This will confirm your enrollment and be applied to your first semester tuition charges.
You can submit the commitment deposit in one of two ways:
a) Mail in a check or money order payable to Baruch College, along with your online Declaration of Intent email receipt or the paper form in your acceptance package. Checks should be mailed to:
Attn: Declaration of Intent
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
One Bernard Baruch Way, Box H-0720
New York, NY 10010
b) Pay in person with a check or money order at the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or Transfer Center located at 151 East 25th St., 7th Floor, Room 720/725.
3. Apply for your form I-20 Watch the video below to review the steps for the I-20/student visa application process. For more information, please visit our ISSC website.
4. Apply for housing
Need a place to live? You're in luck! Our residence hall is located on the Upper East Side, just a short subway ride away from Baruch. Convenient to Central Park, the world-renowned museums of 5th Ave., and tons of great eateries, our residence hall offers the benefits of a close-knit community in a world-class city.