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Baruch College Residence Life

Baruch College offers housing at 1760 3rd Avenue in Manhattan on the Upper East Side. Where you live while you're in college can change your entire experience. A quick ride to Midtown. A short walk to Central Park. 1760 Third Avenue is located in a friendly neighborhood that’s just as close to museums as it is to restaurants and shops. You’ll make friends with students from around the world in our communal lounges, kitchens, game room and screening room. With an on-site fitness center and laundry room that texts when your clothes are done, you’ll love this amenity-packed building. If you've thought about moving out and living in campus, click here.

Already a part of our Residence Life Community? Make sure to check out the Res Life Handbook.

Residence Life Coordinator
The Residence Life Coordinator (RLC) who is a live in professional staff member. The RLC supervises the RAs within the residence hall and is available as a first responder for emergency situations or any other concerns that may arise. Furthermore, the RLC will initiate and hear any conduct proceedings

Resident Assistant
The Resident Assistant (RA) is a full-time student at Baruch who lives on a floor in the Baruch Residence Hall and serves as a role model, peer counselor, resource and referral person, advocate, policy enforcer, programmer and leader for residents of the assigned floor(s). Under the supervision of the Residence Life Coordinator, RAs assist in the development of community, engage students with various programming, and report inappropriate behavior. RAs provide support in emergencies and times of personal stress.

Senior Resident Assistant
In addition to all of the responsibilities of a Resident Assistants, the Senior Resident Assistants (SRA) will serve as a leader among peers. They assist the RAs and serve as a point of resource.

Residence Hall Council
The Residence Hall Council (RHC) is devoted to improving experiences in Baruch's residence hall while hosting various events to foster community and serving as the liaison between residents, Residence Life and Student Life. RHC offers a place where students residing in Baruch’s residence hall can come together outside of typical school hours and locations to network and socialize through means of various events. This organization kindles residential life and makes the residence hall a more enjoyable environment.

Baruch RHC Meetings – First Tuesday of every month – 9pm – Multipurpose Room



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