Campus Life at Baruch
student organizations on campus
Some schools talk about diversity like it's a nice idea. Baruch is one of America's Top 3 colleges for ethnic diversity.
You'll meet and interact with students from a vast array of cultures and backgrounds that speak over 100 languages. This makes for a campus featuring every kind of student club you can imagine, from the Accounting Society, to The Ticker, our 100% independent student newspaper.
So what is there to do?
The Vertical Campus is home to all of Baruch's student organizations. There's dedicated club spaces, lounges, and a fitness center to boot. From there you can reach most points in Manhattan in about 30 minutes. The 6, N, R trains and many bus lines are close by.
If you're the artsy type, the Sidney Mishkin Gallery offers year-round exhibitions. If you need to write a paper or just spend a quiet day in, our Newman Library is just the place to go.
Don't forget our renowned Baruch Bearcats, the pride of the CUNYAC conference. Did you know that Baruch has 14 NCAA III varsity teams?
You can walk to Gramercy, Union Square and the Flatiron District for some of Manhattan’s most attractive streetscapes, world-famous eateries, and shopping. As a Baruch student, you can dip your toe or straight up dive into the opportunities New York City has to offer!