Students Acting Globally

Baruch students are involved in teaching, learning and action on campus, in the community, and beyond. Stay informed about the opportunities to join in and get involved!

Studying GloballySolutions Across Borders

Working with the Macaulay Honors College, SAB helped coordinate a trip that sent a service team of 14 students to L&A Memorial Academy, a K-8th grade

PLEASE HELP! Bruno Salazar (Macaulay '10) was injured seriously in Costa Rica. Please help by clicking here.

school, in Ghana, to assist in installing mosquito nets for students. SAB aims to make this an annual opportunity open to all students interested in service projects abroad. Here's a link to their blog. And check out the fund raising event students held for the project.

Solutions Across Borders -- Volunteer Opportunities

Studying Globally

Baruch College Model United Nations

The purpose of Baruch’s Model United Nations is to help students get a better understanding of the present social, political, and geographical situation in the world, by engaging them in debates and discussions about the challenging issues in today’s foreign politics.

During the course of the year we will prepare students to participate in New York’s annual National Model United Nations Conference and other conferences by running conference simulations, public speaking exercises, and other preparatory exercises. By helping students engage actively in debates and discussions regarding international affairs, we also advocate the art of diplomacy and its various applications. Hence, we strongly emphasize the importance of tolerance and respect for the differences that are present in our student body and strive to maintain and promote this attitude within our highly diverse campus.

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Acting Globally in NYC and Beyond Baruch

U.S. Fulbright Student program

Meet, work, live, and learn from people in host countries around the world. The Fulbright program facilitates cultural exchange through direct interaction on an individual basis in the classroom, field, home, and in routine tasks, allowing the grantee to gain an appreciation of others' viewpoints and beliefs, the way they do things, and the way they think.

Learn more about this opportunity!

Baruch College Study Abroad

Global Student Certificate

Institute for International Education (IIE)

Weissman Center for
International Business

The City University of New York