Getting involved is a great way to engage with the social life of Baruch and ease your transition to the College. Involvement complements your academic experience and affords you the opportunity to strengthen your leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.
Transfer Student Network
Having a mentor during your college experience can help you succeed professionally and academically. Mentees are paired with Transfer Peer Mentors who are currently enrolled at Baruch College. Peer Mentors are trained to help you transition to the college life at Baruch and make you aware of the different resources the college has to offer. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Why become a Transfer Peer Mentee?
- Learn about different resources to utilize while on campus
- Help you develop and create goals for the semester and beyond
- Help you to learn how to prioritize college assignments and how to succeed academically
- Make different connections with other incoming transfer students and peer mentors
- Learn about campus opportunities for involvement
Click Here to Request a Mentor
Transfer Student Organization (TSO)
The Transfer Student Organization is created with the mission of helping transfer students make the best out of their experience at the College. The student organization was founded by undergraduates drawing from their experiences as transfer students and campus leaders. The organization strives to be renowned on campus as a club truly dedicated to student success through tangible efforts that contribute to its members’ professional, social, and academic success. You are highly encouraged to participate in this organization. Most undergraduate clubs meet on Thursdays, 12:40 to 2:20 pm (Club Hours).
Office of Student Life
The Office of Student Life develops the co-curricular college experience of Baruch students through a rich array of educationally diverse programs, opportunities for leadership and civic engagement, club and organization development, and community building. Through its varied program opportunities, the Office contributes toward the physical, emotional, and spiritual development of students.
The T.E.A.M. Baruch training program will enhance your self-awareness, communication, interpersonal, conflict resolution and mediation skills. These key assets are essential to helping you develop strong relationships and will give you the tools you need to help you become a better leader. Successful completion of the training program will prepare students to apply for a host of paid T.E.A.M. Baruch peer leadership positions and initiatives.
Athletics & Recreation
The Department of Athletics & Recreation aims to educate and develop individual student-athletes and participants by providing opportunities to participate in competitive intercollegiate or recreational sports programs.