Zicklin Undergraduate Services


Zicklin Undergraduate Programs Office

As a Zicklin undergraduate student, you will receive the knowledge, communication, and analytical skills essential for entering the workforce and embarking on a successful career. The following resources will help you choose your classes and work toward your degree.

The Zicklin Undergraduate Programs Office provides a variety of services undergraduate students, including:

You can contact us at the following location:
Room 13-240, Newman Vertical Campus

Office Hours:
Mon.-Tues. 9am-5pm
Fri. 1pm-5pm

Summer Office Hours

Mon/Tue – 9am-5pm (Closed on Tuesday, July 4th)
Wed/Thur – 9am-6pm
Friday – 9am-5pm (Closed on Fridays in Summer from 6/16 – 8/11, except 6/23 and 7/7)

Please click below for services and information:

Transition Plan (for transfer students entering Fall 2021 – Spring 2024)

FAQs about the new QNT 2020 course

Business Courses Enrollment Criteria

Current Undergraduate Curriculum

Baruch Core Curriculum (for students who enrolled prior to Fall 2013)

Forms & Applications

Plan Change Request (major/minor change)

Waitlist Information

Welcoming Orientation Schedule

Research Competencies for BBA Students


Important Notice Regarding Registration Limits

On May 28, 2002, the Zicklin School of Business faculty passed a proposal that stated: Students will be allowed to register three times for any single course. Permission or approval will be required for the fourth registration. This proposal will be enforced beginning in Summer Session I 2003.


Centers Focused on Your Success

Student Academic Counseling Center

The Student Academic Counseling Center (SACC) provides tutoring services for students who may need academic assistance.

Office of Undergraduate Advisement & Orientation

The Office of Undergraduate Advisement & Orientation helps you make decisions about majors, courses, and degree tracks.

Starr Career Development Center

The Starr Career Development Center offers career-centric advice and counseling to help you with  your major selection, internship search, and career exploration.