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Transfer Student Network
Transfer Student Network is an inaugural program that provides opportunities for incoming transfer students to connect with current students who previously transferred to the College. Incoming transfer students are provided with a peer mentor who will help them in their transition to the College. The peer mentor can enhance the mentee’s undergraduate experience through meaningful relationships that foster engagement, learning, and community building, with an aim to promote personal growth, embrace diversity and inclusion, and connect and network with the Baruch community. Get paired and succeed!
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Transfer Student Seminar
Course Name: TRA 2000
The Transfer Seminar is offered to transfer students to aid them in their transition and adjustment to life at Baruch. The Seminar runs for the first 8 weeks of the semester, one day per week for 50 minutes per session, and is taught by an instructor paired with a peer mentor, who has a special interest in giving back to the campus community and helping his/her fellow transfer peers succeed. Within the course, transfer students are exposed to college resources, academic success strategies, prioritization, and peer support. Other topics in the seminar may include:
- Adjusting to Baruch College
- Career Aspirations, Planning, and Internships
- Academic Advising
- Intercultural Development
- The Transfer Student’s Health & Wellness
- Research and Success Strategies
- The Transfer Student and College Engagement
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). For more information, visit Student Clubs and Organizations.