Baruch is currently providing academic and support services to students remotely. Please visit the student services one-stop to access information on schedules, career services, community engagement opportunities, and other resources from departments and units across the College.
CUNY’s Continuity for Students site offers resources and support for students learning and living in the time of Covid-19. Visit the site for:
- Distance learning tips
- Mental health resources
- Tools for collaborating online
- Free internet and phone services
- City and state services for families
Visit the Resources for Distance Education FAQs for information on:
- Off-campus technology assistance
- Online learning tools
- Laptop loans
- Library and computer lab access
- And other support and services
Technology Loan Program for Students
Baruch is committed to giving students access to the technology they need for distance learning. For more information, visit the technology loan program webpage.
Tutoring, Honors Programs, and Fellowships
The Office of the Provost maintains a Supports for Students page that lists many organizations at Baruch that work directly with students in support of teaching and learning. Resources include writing assistance, academic tutoring, communications strategy development, and English-language support for non-native English speakers. The page also has information on honors programs as well as fellowship opportunities.
Starr Career Development Center Services for Distance Learning
The Starr Career Development Center (SCDC) is expanding its online capability to continue to deliver quality services to students for the remainder of the semester. The Center’s staff are committed to providing students with seamless ongoing support to help students achieve their career development goals. Learn more about SCDC online and virtual services.
Graduate Career Management Center
The Graduate Career Management Center (GCMC) has expanded its online capability and is available to all Zicklin graduate students, alumni, and employers virtually. The entire staff is working and meeting with students over Skype and Zoom and by phone at (646) 312-1330. Students can set up a meeting with a career advisor by emailing email@example.com.
GCMC is also hosting employer events, career workshops, and information sessions virtually. Stay up-to-date on GCMC services, resources, job/internship postings, and events through the center’s weekly e-news as well as on Zicklin CareerLink.
Zicklin Graduate Programs
Zicklin graduate programs also have virtual advising services for students. Advisors can be contacted as follows:
- Full-Time MBA: FullTimeMBA@baruch.cuny.edu
- MS Accountancy and Evening MBA Accountancy: ZicklinGradACC@baruch.cuny.edu
- Evening MBA: ZicklinPTMBA@baruch.cuny.edu
- MS Programs: ZicklinMSPrograms@baruch.cuny.edu
- MS Business Analytics: ZicklinMSBusAn@baruch.cuny.edu
Weissman Office of Graduate Studies
The Weissman Office of Graduate Studies is expanding its online capability and is available to all Weissman graduate students, alumni, and employers virtually. The staff is working and meeting with students over Zoom and by phone at (646) 312-4490. Stay up-to-date on services, resources, job and internship postings, and events through the office’s weekly updates and weekly Monday night Virtual Coffee Chats with Weissman staff via Zoom.
- For advisement email firstname.lastname@example.org
- For career advisement email Weissmancareers@baruch.cuny.edu
- For admissions-related question email email@example.com.
Student Services at the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs
All student services staff at the Marxe school have expanded their online capability and are available to Marxe students, alumni, and employers virtually.
Please reach out with any questions/concerns you may have and always be sure to continuously check your Baruch email to stay abreast of important information.
The Division of Student Affairs maintains a Social Support Services resource page that includes Covid-19 updates regarding food access, disability services, gender-based violence, unemployment and job-related concerns, and health and mental health services. Many such resources have new or expanded online options as well as delivery or consolidated in-person availability.
At a time when we are so heavily dependent on technology, everyone is at increased risk for predatory internet behavior and email scams. The Starr Career Development Center has established the Avoiding Job Scams website that offers tips for protecting yourself from scams and avenues to pursue if you are a victim of a scam.