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The vast majority of courses and student services will be online through the fall semester. See Baruch’s COVID-19 updates or visit CUNY's coronavirus site for resources and information. Visit the Community Connections page to see how Baruch has stayed connected throughout the pandemic and on other critical issues.

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  • City & State names Baruch President S. David Wu to its Power of Diversity: Asian 100 List of Influential Leaders
  • Fall 2020 Will Be Mostly Online. Synchronous? Asynchronous? Hybrid? Learn Which Course is Which.
  • CNBC Names Baruch College #2 Best Public Institution Nationwide for Return on Investements
  • Stay Home. Stay Connected. Keep Learning. Courses are in distance learning formats through summer. Access Virtual services and learning continuity resources.
  • Welcome President Wu. Dr. S. David Wu Joins Baruch COllege as our eight president. Read his inagural blog post 'The Journey that led Me to Baruch'.
  • The Brookings Institution Ranks Baruch College #1 Engine in Economic Mobility
  • Award Winning Student Journalism Dollars & Sense Wins Columbia Scholastic Press Award. Exploring the Harlem Renaissnace 100 Years Later Students Persevere During Pandemic to Report
  • Visit Baruch from Anywhere Take the new virtual tour

Community Connections

In these times of unprecedented change, loss, and pain, the Baruch community continues to be a source for inspiration and connection:

Hello, Baruch! I am thrilled to start our new journey, together. - A Message from President Wu

"Why We Can't Breathe" - Associate Professor Regina A. Bernard, PhD, writes about standing witness to violence against African Americans.

Visit Baruch's Community Connections for more articles, resources, and events.

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