Student Academic Consulting Center (SACC)
SACC’s mission is to help the undergraduates of Baruch College succeed academically and in their chosen professions by helping them throughout their college years to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for future success.
SACC will open for all tutorial services on Wednesday, June 12th. All online tutorial schedules will be available on Monday, June 10th.
SACC no longer offers English/Writing tutorials during the semester. All writing support is now offered by the Baruch College Writing Center. Please visit their website for more information.
SACC is currently accepting new tutor applications. Please visit the Job Opportunities page for more information.
June 12 ~ SACC opens for tutoring
July 4 ~ Independence Day Observed; No Classes, SACC Closed
August 15 ~ Last day of tutoring at SACC; SACC will close at 1pm
Manage your SACC Appointments with AdvisorTrac
What you can do:
- Schedule appointments
- Cancel appointments
Before you access AdvisorTrac for the first time, please view one or more of the short tutorial videos below so you know how to use the system.
To access AdvisorTrac, you need to have an active Baruch username and password. This is the one you use to log on to computer workstations on campus and to access your Baruch email account, NOT the one you use to access CUNYfirst and Blackboard.
Complete list of SACC AdvisorTrac tutorial videos for students:
Summer 2019 Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 10am - 7pm
Location & Contact Information
55 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10010
Newman Vertical Campus, Room 2-116
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Statement on Student Conduct
SACC expects those who use our services to respect the rights of others. Responsible conduct is expected and required. Individuals who fail to follow the directions of the staff or who engage in unacceptable behavior such as verbal and/or physical abuse may lose their center privileges and/or be subject to disciplinary action by the college.
Last Update: June 7, 2019