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Mentor / Mentee Resources
Starr Career Development Center (Undergraduate Students)
The mission of the Starr Career Development Center is to provide comprehensive career services to Baruch College undergraduates and to Weissman graduate students. We encourage students to come to the Center from the time they are freshmen through senior year graduation and for selected career services as alumni. The staff of the SCDC is dedicated to assisting students in all aspects of their career development as they make decisions about majors, apply to graduate and law school, prepare for internships and jobs, and develop the soft skills necessary to become successful in their chosen future careers.
Graduate Career Management Center (Graduate Students – Zicklin School of Business)
The Graduate Career Management Center is an educational department dedicated to providing Zicklin graduate students and alumni with the tools and resources necessary to successfully manage their careers while building relationships between employers and the Baruch community to help develop talent pipelines.
School of Public Affairs Career Services Office (Graduate Students – School of Public Affairs)
The School of Public Affairs Career Services Office (CSO) is committed to giving students and alumni the support and resources needed to fully advance and enjoy successful careers in the Nonprofit, Health, Education and Government sectors. We help our students connect with employers, organizations, and resources that are designed to make your career thrive.
Mentor/Mentee Meeting Rooms (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
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Student Academic Consulting Center (SACC) (Undergraduate Students)
SACC’s mission is to help the undergraduates of Baruch College succeed academically and in their chosen professions by helping them throughout their college years to develop the skills and knowledge necessary for future success.
Campus Intervention Team (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
The Baruch College Campus Intervention Team (CIT) works together as a support system to provide assistance to students in crisis. Any member of the college community (faculty, students, and staff) can reach out to the CIT to report a concern about a student. The CIT is constituted to assist in providing support for students in crisis. Faculty or staff concerns should be reported to the Office of the Provost or to Human Resources, respectively.
Counseling Center (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
The mission of the Counseling Center is to help students realize their educational, career and personal goals. We understand that Baruch students’ first priority is to successfully earn their degrees and we are here to assist them in addressing the stress and conflicts that may distract them from achieving their full potential. The Center is staffed with experienced licensed psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, and supervised pre-doctoral graduate students, who not only work toward reducing the interference of everyday stress on goals and treating more serious conditions, but who do so with a respect for multicultural issues. The Counseling Center is devoted to helping students succeed.
International Student Service Center (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
The International Student Service Center (ISSC) coordinates administrative services and immigration and visa matters for the International Students at Baruch College. We also offer information about programs of study abroad and arrange programs of special interest to International Students.
The Writing Center (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
The Writing Center provides support for student writers at Baruch to improve their writing and English language skills and to become independent, confident, and versatile writers. The Writing Center offers one-to-one sessions on both a scheduled and walk-in basis, as well as eTutoring and small-group workshops. The goal of each session is to strengthen students’ long-term writing and language skills, often by concentrating on a specific writing assignment or project.
Center for Academic Advisement (Undergraduate Students)
The Center for Academic Advisement is dedicated to assisting all Baruch undergraduates in taking ownership of their educational experiences. We endeavor to guide the students in making responsible choices towards achieving their educational, career and personal goals from orientation to graduation and beyond.
ESL Resources (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
The ESL Lab has a large variety of programs on pronunciation, rhythm, intonation, grammar, conversation management, vocabulary development, listening/lecture comprehension, and business-related communication skills. Students can work in the lab independently or with a tutor. We recommend you visit the lab regularly. Practice makes perfect!
Disability Services (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)
Baruch College is committed to making individuals with disabilities full participants in its programs, services, and activities through compliance with Sect in 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 as well as state and local laws and regulations. It is the policy of Baruch College that no otherwise qualified individual with a disability shall be denied access to or participation in any program, services or activity offered by the College.