• The Center for Academic Advisement is dedicated to assisting all Baruch undergraduates in taking ownership of their educational experiences. We endeavor to guide the students in making responsible choices towards achieving their educational, career and personal goals from orientation to graduation and beyond. We will do this with professionalism, courtesy and respect. More »

  • The Center for Academic Advisement provides tools for students to help them navigate the curriculum, course requirements and academic standing: DegreeWorks; Academic Worksheet; L.U.C.Y.; Time Management Calculator; and Time Management Worksheet. More »

  • General Education at Baruch reflects the College's commitment to the ideal of education as a transformation of the whole person through study of the arts and sciences. The Common Core Curriculum, which emphasizes learning goals in the areas listed above, includes introductory courses in a variety of disciplines in the arts and sciences as well as advanced concentrations that allow students to focus on a single area in the liberal arts. More »

  • Students must maintain a certain minimum Grade Point Average based on the number of credits earned. Students will be placed on Grade Point Average Probation at the end of the Spring semester if their cumulative GPA falls below that minimum. Students who fail to meet the terms of GPA probation will be dismissed at the end of the Spring semester. Dismissal from the College is permanent unless a written reinstatement appeal, made to the Committee on Academic Standing of one of the College's three schools, is successful. More »

  • A student's transition to college can sometimes be as challenging for parents as it is for the student. Helping your son or daughter make the transition to a university setting raises a lot of questions, and finding the balance between guiding your student and supporting their independence can also be a challenge. More »

  • A peer advisor is a fellow Baruch Student trained to provide immediate information/support for students as an academic and campus resource. A Peer Advisor can help you pick your classes for the following semester. A Peer Advisor can give you an overview of the different prerequisites, courses, and choices you have to complete your Core Curriculum. You can also learn how to use e-Sims and the DegreeWorks audit from a Peer Advisor. More »

  • Transfer Orientation provides students with a welcoming transition into the Baruch community of learners through a variety of interactive experiences that introduce them to the curriculum, to College offerings and services, and to one another. Students leave with a clear roadmap outlining what courses to take, an understanding of academic challenges and expectations, tips on navigating through their first term, resources to explore, and acceptable codes of conduct. More »