Important resources from the Baruch administration


Baruch College News Center

Amanda Salazar, Editor-in-Chief

Recently, the Baruch College administration reached out to The Ticker asking if the paper could help disseminate some key pieces of information regarding important dates, services and resources that affect students.
Below is a list of such resources that the administration has asked to be shared:

● Summer and Fall 2021 registration opened April 5 – Check Registration Resources
● Fall 2021 classes comprise a robust offering of in-person, hybrid and online, both synchronous and asynchronous, sections
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Free Student Resources!
o Counseling Center – confidential and free counseling and support
o CUNY’s Crisis Text Line — immediate access to free, confidential counseling 24/7 via text
o Academic Student Support Services: Free tutoring, writing and Tools for Clear Speech services

As per the administration’s request, The Ticker would also like to point students’ attention to Baruch President S. David Wu’s monthly blog, where he speaks in an informal manner directly to students, and to the communications page of Wu’s website, which compiles all of the biweekly email blasts he sends out to students’ Baruch email accounts.

Additionally, The Ticker compiled the following list of resources that students, alumni and prospective Bearcats may find helpful, listed below:

The Baruch College Alumni Association
The Student Academic Consulting Center (SACC), better known as the tutoring center
The STARR Career Development Center
The Baruch College News Center, which has all news releases and communications messages from the college’s administration and communications department
The Baruch College Student Health Care Center, which can treat students for any number of injuries or illnesses, as well as make referrals to external medical services
The CUNY News Center, which, similar to the Baruch News Center, has all news releases and communications messages from the CUNY administration and communications department
The Undergrad Student Government
The Ticker

Both The Ticker and the college administration greatly hope that this compilation of resources will be found helpful to anyone in the Baruch community.