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B aruch co l l ege N e w y o r k C i t y

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Baruc h col l ege Located in the heart of New york City, Baruch College delivers excellence in public education to a vibrant, dynamic, and engaged student community. whether it’s joining one of our 170+ clubs and organizations, rooting on one of our 13 NCAA Division iii teams, or having lunch with a friend on our 25th Street Plaza, Baruch students are members of a diverse community that is as lively and active as the city it calls home. a nationally recognized college in new york city • in the top 15% of u.S. colleges for the fifth year running, as ranked by Princeton review. top 5 Public regional universities for the fifth consecutive year. top 100 undergraduate Business program, by U.S. News & world report. #20 among america’s “Best college Buys” by Forbes magazine. top 25 undergraduate Programs for entrepreneurship (#21) by • • • entrepreneur magazine.

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our neighBorhood: gramercy Park / Flatiron / murray hill Baruch’s campus is in a happening, historic, and convenient neighborhood. Located less than 10 minutes from Grand Central terminal and Penn Station and 15 minutes from wall Street and times Square, there is always something to see, do, and eat near Baruch. From dumplings to donuts, street food to fine dining, the food options are fantastic. Baruch’s neighborhood includes Madison Square Park, the famed shopping on 5th Avenue, and entertainment at the Pit comedy club and Blender theater.

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acad e m i c S Students can select a combination of majors and minors from one of our three acclaimed schools: weissman School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Public Affairs and the Zicklin School of Business. Majors Accountancy Actuarial Science Arts & Sciences Minors American Studies Art Asian and Asian American Studies Black and Hispanic Studies Business Minors for NonBusiness Majors Business writing Chinese Communication Studies Comparative Literature Computer Applications in Business economics economics and Finance education english entrepreneurship environmental Sustainability Film French Global Studies Hebrew History Human resource Management Humanities with Honors information Studies information technology & Social responsibility international Business italian Japanese Jewish Studies Journalism Latin American & Caribbean Studies Law Law & Policy Marketing Mathematics Music Natural Sciences New Media Arts operations Management operations research Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Public Affairs Quantitative Methods & Modeling real estate religion & Culture Sociology Spanish Spanish-english translation Statistics & Quantitative Modeling Survey research theatre women’s Studies (Ad Hoc Major) Biological/Natural Sciences Business Communication Business Journalism Business writing Computer information Systems Corporate Communication economics english Finance Graphic Communication History industrial/organizational Psychology Journalism Journalism & Creative writing Management Marketing Management Mathematics Music (including Management of Musical enterprises) Philosophy Political Science Psychology Public Affairs Quantitative Methods & Modeling real estate & Metropolitan Development Sociology Spanish Statistics: BA Major Statistics & Quantitative Modeling: BBA Major

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care e r S Baruch’s StArr Career Development Center hosts career and internship fairs in the fall and spring semesters. with 4,380 jobs and 5,889 internships posted on campus, Baruch students have the edge in gaining valuable real world experience. the average starting salary of Baruch graduates is $45,597. Student Services: career counseling, resume reviews, mock interviewing, vocational testing, on-campus recruitment and networking/mentoring opportunities. Special Programs: Pre-Law, Financial Leadership Program & Peers-for-Careers. S tudy a Br oa d Baruch students can study abroad in several countries all over the world. Some opportunities to study abroad with CUNy include: China • Brazil • Czech republic • italy • ecuador • Japan • France • South korea • Germany • Switzerland • Australia • thailand • U.k • Costa rica • india • Spain • Austria • israel • Mexico • Greece • South Africa • russia • Sweden • Jamaica • Netherlands • Hungary • Vietnam • Ghana honorS Macaulay Honors College & Baruch Scholars. Benefits:  Free or matched tuition  Study stipend  Free laptop computer  Dedicated academic advisor  exclusive social events  Honors courses

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ex Pa nd yo u r S o ci a l n et work Baruch has over 170 clubs and organizations and dozens of annual events and traditions. Student clubs focus on a variety of themes including Cultural, Artistic, Greek Life, Academics, Athletics & recreation and Community Service. Join a club your first week of school or start your own. with a packed calendar of campus programming, and club events, Baruch students are active on campus and off.

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VarSity athleticS: 13 diViSion iii ncaa teamS Women’s Basketball Cross Country Softball Swimming tennis Volleyball Men’s Baseball Basketball Cross Country Soccer Swimming tennis Volleyball a legacy oF SucceSS: • women’s Basketball won 6 out of the last 8 Conference Champions and is top 25 nationally. • Men’s tennis won 8 out of the last 10 Conference Championships. • women’s Swimming has won the last 4 Conference Championships. • women’s Volleyball are reigning Conference Champions, winning back-to-back championships. • Men’s Volleyball were Conference Champions, made an NCAA Final Four appearance and were ranked #3 nationally in 2013. the team has been nationally ranked every week since 2009. reSidence liFe • Baruch’s residence Hall is located on the Upper east Side – one block from the 6 train, 96th Street Station. • Double and triple room options are available. • For more, visit: www.baruch.cuny.edu/housing.

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ad m i S SionS Apply online at CUNY.EDU/APPLY. A recommended personal essay and resume of activities is available at Baruch.edu/undergrad. aPPlication deadlineS General Freshman: Baruch recommended January 1 CUNY preferred February 1 Macaulay Honors: December 1 SEEK: February 1 FreShman ProFile Incoming Class Size: 1,200 Retention Rate: 91.5% Number of Applications: 25,500 Acceptance Rate: 24% All Students SAT: 1160–1340 • ACT: 26–28 • GPA: 86–92 Macaulay Honors SAT: 1348–1470 • ACT: 26–30 • GPA: 92–95 SEEK Equal Opportunity Program Baruch students graduate with some of the lowest debt rates in the country. – Student Debt Project, 2012 (Learn more at Baruch.edu/seek) SAT: 1065–1100 • ACT: 23–24 • GPA: 83–89 coSt 2013–2014 Annual Tuition: in-State Student, $5,730 out-of-State & international Student, $15,300 Financial Aid: • 80% of Baruch students receive some form of financial aid • For more information visit Baruch.edu/financialaid – College education roi rankings, 2013 - PayScale.com keeP in touch! Find us on campus or on social media register for a campus tour at Baruch.edu/undergrad Contact us: 646.312.2010 | admissions@baruch.cuny.edu read what our student bloggers are writing about: Baruch.edu/journals “ Baruch College ranks in the top 10% and delivers highest annual ROI (in state) and fourth highest roi (out of state). “ admitted Student ProFile “ “

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