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Academic Advisement


Updated 2018-2019

The mission of Greek Letter Organizations at Baruch College is to create a safe and respectful community for students while fostering the development of strong relationships, life-long leadership skills, and civic engagement. These values of leadership, service and community function as the pillars of Baruch College Greek Letter Organizations.

In order to be a registered organization at Baruch College, all Greek Letter Organizations are required to do the following:

  1. All Greek Letter Organizations must submit a letter of support from their governing body verifying the eligibility of the existence of the Baruch chapter for the 2018-2019 academic year.
    The letter of support must be on official letterhead and clearly indicate the following:
    • That the governing body will monitor all activities of the Baruch chapter.
    • That the governing body permits the Baruch chapter the use of the organization’s name.
    • The contact information for the representative from the governing body.
    • Agreement to release any archived documents or communications that relate to the development of the organization at Baruch College.

    Please note: If the Baruch organization does not have a national governing body, the letter of support must come from the governing body of the operating chapter and include the original constitution or charter.

  2. The organization must be registered as an active organization with the Office of Student Life. In order to maintain active status, all organizations must register with the Office of Student Life on MyBaruch by August 15, 2018. The organization must have completed all below steps by October 1, 2018.

    For student organizations that OSL identifies as Greek-lettered, there are additional guidelines that must be followed in order to remain active. Note that only previously chartered Greek-Letter Student Organizations are eligible to register with the Office of Student Life. In order to successfully register:

    • The organization must submit current membership rosters (noting all active and inactive members) to the Office of Student Life in MyBaruch. Once submitted, no new members can be added to these rosters without the written approval of the Dean of Students.
    • The Office of Student Life will conduct a disciplinary check on the organization’s members and its activities in consultation with the Dean of Students Office.
    • A letter of support must be provided by the National Affiliate on organizational letterhead.
    • All members of Greek-Letter Organizations (Honor, Business, Service, and Social) must participate in mandatory training programs on anti-hazing, anti-bullying, and prevention of sexual harassment and sexual violence.

    Following the registration period, Greek-Letter Organizations must adhere to any and all established Greek Letter processes and protocols including, but not limited to, conducting all activities of Baruch social Greek organization on the Baruch campus, unless a specific, prior exception is granted by the Dean of Students.

    There will be no new membership intake process for social Greek Life Student Organizations until at least May 31, 2021 as noted in the "Baruch College extension of moratorium on pledging and rush activities" letter issued by Baruch College on May 8, 2018.

  3. Signed Baruch Greek Letter Membership Agreement by all members. Assume responsibility for all members (active members, inactive members, visiting members, and alumni included).
  4. It is highly encouraged that organizations schedule a meeting with their respective advisor in the near future to discuss these updated guidelines as well as to ensure a successful 2018-2019 academic year. Thank you for your organizational contribution to fostering a safe, healthy and empowering student community at Baruch College.

Download Anti-Hazing Agreement of Understanding for Greek Lettered Organizations
Download Cyber-bullying Statement

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