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The vast majority of courses will be offered through distance learning in the fall semester. Student support services and co-curricular programming will continue be offered virtually.  Visit Baruch Forward: Fall 2020 and Beyond for resources and information and to access our Safe Campus Plan.

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  • Get to Know President S. David Wu Read his welcome message Subscribe to his monthly blog
  • Baruch College Ranks in U.S. News and World Report's Best Regional Universities-North
  • Baruch Forward Fall 2020 and Beyond: Learn About Our Safe Campus Plan
  • Welcome Bearcats
  • City & State names President S. David Wu among New York's 50 Most Powerful People in New York and 100 Most Influential Leaders in the Asian Community 50 Most Powerful People in Academia 100 Most Influential Leaders in the Asian Community
  • #1 in New York #1 Best Colleges for Business Majors in U.S. Money Magazine
  • Fall 2020 will be mostly online. Which course is which?
  • Visit Baruch from Anywhere Take the new virtual tour

Community Connections

In these times of unprecedented change, loss, and pain, the Baruch community continues to be a source for inspiration and connection:

Hello, Baruch! I am thrilled to start our new journey, together. - A Message from President Wu

"Why We Can't Breathe" - Associate Professor Regina A. Bernard, PhD, writes about standing witness to violence against African Americans.

Visit Baruch's Community Connections for more articles, resources, and events.

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