This site provides valuable resources, support, and services for navigating Baruch’s primarily virtual campus.
To help the community better plan for the months ahead, the CUNY Board of Trustees voted to extend the offering of online and distance learning instructional through Spring 2021. As President Wu shared in his communication on October 28, Baruch remains nimble to respond to the unpredictable and rapidly evolving situation.
Baruch College’s Safe Campus Reopening Plan was developed in accordance with the CUNY Guidelines for Safe Campus Reopening, New York State Guidelines for Higher Education, and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Guidelines, and aligns with the recommendations of the College’s Task Force for the Future.
The College’s highest priority is protecting the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff while maintaining academic and business continuity. Our goal is to ensure students can maintain academic momentum, protect financial aid, and work toward their professional goals.
All services provided to students prior to COVID-19, along with all student activities, will continue in a virtual format.
A majority of courses be held in distance learning formats through the Spring 2021 semester. Courses will be offered in a variety of modalities, including synchronous, asynchronous, and hybrid. Learn which course is which. Technology support and services are available for students.
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A small number of classes will be conducted as hybrid courses—a mixture of distance instruction with some face-to-face instruction. Students who are enrolled in hybrid courses should review the safety protocols for on-campus access.
Limited Campus Access
The vast majority of courses, student services, and activities will be virtual. If you need to access specific campus services, see which ones are available and how to access campus.
Visit the Community Connections page to view stories and resources that showcase some of the ways Baruch remains strong in the era of Covid-19 and racial injustice.