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Baruch Computing and Technology Center (BCTC)

About Your Baruch Username and BaruchMail

You will use your Baruch Username for:

  • Campus Computer & Wireless Access
  • Printing
  • Newman Library Remote Access
  • Locker Reservation System

You will use your BaruchMail for:

  • Official College Mail including Registration & final grade notifications
  • Office365 Access (Current undergraduate/graduate students only)
Example: John Doe
Baruch Username: jd123456 -OR- j.doe
BaruchMail (Office365) Address: John.Doe@Baruchmail.Cuny.Edu

Click Here to Lookup Your Baruch Username

About Your Baruch Username
  • Your accounts may not be ready until the week classes begin.
  • You cannot change your Baruch Username.

About Your Password - Change/Reset

  • By default, the Baruch Username password is in the following format:

    yyMmmdd of your DOB + Last 4 of SSN

    -The year (yy) are the last two numbers of your birth year.
    -The month (Mmm) are the first three letters of your birth month, with the first letter capitalized.
    -The day (dd) are two numbers of your birth date.

    For example, if you were born on January 1st, 1990 and your SSN was XXX-XX-1234, your default password would be:


    **Alternative Default Password for Students with Enrollment Prior to Summer 2013**
    The default account password for students with enrollment prior to Summer 2013 may be your birthday in the format YYMMDD.

  • If you have forgotten your password and contact the BCTC Helpdesk for technical assistance, they reset your password to your date of birth in the following sequence, YYMmmDD+Last 4 of SSN.  This password reset will effect access to all the items listed above, including the Student Degree Audit, student printing system, Newman Library Remote Access, wireless network, locker rental and Office365 e-mail systems as well.

Security of Your Baruch Username Account

  1. NEVER share your account with others, and never use anyone else’s account. This is a violation of the College's CUNY Computer User Responsibilities Policy.
  2. ALWAYS log off a computer when you leave - even if you leave for a short time to do something else.