Due to challenges involved with the COVID-19 outbreak, the Zicklin Undergraduate Programs Office is only available for in-person meetings through appointments. Please contact us via the live chat button below to schedule an appointment. When you come for your appointment, please have on a mask/cloth covering. Visitors without a mask/cloth covering on will be directed to contact us via email or live chat for assistance.
Staff will respond to you as soon as we can. We ask for your patience while we respond to all live chats and emails coming to us.
Please allow up to two business days for a response to an email during this busy time. However, any information you need can also be found online at https://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/undergraduate.
As the situation progresses, our office will adjust accordingly and will keep you updated. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this process.
We hope you and your family stay safe and healthy. Please do not hesitate to email us at ZicklinUndergraduate@baruch.cuny.edu or contact us via live chat if we can be of any help.
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:
- Collecting and processing appeals for the Undergraduate Committee on Academic Standing
- Recruiting for and representing the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society on campus
- Assisting students with the tools to complete their education in a timely manner
You can contact us at the following location:
Room 13-240, Newman Vertical Campus
Please click below for services and information:
Baruch Core Curriculum (for students who enrolled prior to Fall 2013)
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
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.