Graduate Clubs and Organizations
Graduate clubs meet at various times. Meeting rooms assigned are for Fridays 6-9 pm. Clubs meeting at other days and/or times are so noted.
See these listings for locations of meetings, or contact Student Life, Room 2-210 in the Newman Vertical Campus (NVC) building, 646-312-4550, for more information.
Student Clubs & Organizations Disclaimer
Individual Student Club descriptions, pages, and off-site links are authored by the respective club or organization which is solely responsible for the content thereof. The Office of Student Life, the Division of Student Affairs, and Baruch College specifically disclaims any liability or responsibility, whatsoever, for the content thereof, and any direct, indirect or consequential damages related to, or arising from, the use of the information contained therein.
All student clubs and organizations are currently meeting remotely. Please check MyBaruch for further information.
Unless noted, most Graduate Clubs meet on Fridays, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Some clubs have the following meeting days and times:
[T] Tuesday (12:40 pm-2:20 pm)
[F] Friday (6 pm-9 pm)
[B] Meets biweekly
The Data Science and Analytics Society’s mission is to assist students in developing their career, skills and helping them stay up to date with the current trends of data science and analytics by connecting students with professionals and resources through networking, workshop, and panel events, as well as by sharing educational and engaging information on social media. We believe in educating students and cultivating connections for and with them. Anyone can be a data scientist or analyst, no matter their background. Connect with us at linktr.ee/BDSAS.
The mission of Baruch Graduate Ascend is to help students develop their leadership and professional careers. We are committed to the empowerment and advancement of Pan-Asian professionals and students who are pursuing education at Baruch College. We organize various professional events for students of different majors. We create a platform for students to connect with seasoned professionals and recruiters, which enables students to gain a better understanding of industries of their interest.
Graduate Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for Financial Information graduate students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
The mission of the Graduate Pride Society is to promote the representation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex and Straight-allied graduate students in and around Baruch College and to raise awareness about issues affecting the community through professional development, civic engagement and advocacy programming. All students in the School of Public Affairs, Zicklin School of Business, and Weissman School of Arts and Sciences are welcome to be part of Grad Pride. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or look us up on Facebook at facebook.com/baruchpride.
NVC 3-256. The Graduate Student Assembly represents the graduate students at Baruch College. Please visit the GSA website for more information.
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The MBA Club (MBAC) is a graduate student organization within the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College, dedicated to building a supportive vehicle through which the entire MS and MBA community, of both full and part-time students, can connect. Our mission is to enhance the graduate school experience for all MBA students through tailored programs, including a leadership lecture series, industry seminars, and inter-program networking events. In addition, as a student-led initiative, we seek to establish a culture of belonging that embraces the diversity of our population and all the unique skills sets represented therein. For more information, please feel free to email us at ZicklinMBAClub@gmail.com.
The purpose of the MS Industrial/Organizational Psychology Student Association is to enhance the learning experience of graduate students in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology Masters program at Baruch College-CUNY. The organization designs and schedules a wide array of activities that will further development and growth of participants in the field of I/O Psychology.
The Graduate Arts Administration Network (GAAN) aims to connect students in the Arts Administration Master’s program at Baruch. We host networking events and panels to help students further their learning goals and develop their careers within the arts. All graduate students are welcome to attend meetings and events. Please feel free to contact us through Instagram: @graduate_arts_admin_network Linktree: linktr.ee/wsas.gaan.
With over 600 members, the Zicklin Graduate Accounting Society (ZGAS) is the largest graduate professional club at Baruch. Last year, over 1,900 students attended our events. Since our founding, we have helped launch thousands of successful accounting careers. We also provide a stimulating environment where students can learn more about the accounting profession, both from each other and from distinguished guest speakers. ZGAS co-sponsors information sessions with each of the Big Four accounting firms, as well as with many large and mid-size accounting firms. Our annual mid-size accounting career fairs and corporate accounting panels are extremely popular and well-regarded.
The Zicklin Graduate Tax Society is a Baruch College organization focused on promoting interest in tax law, providing educational events for enhancing knowledge, and creating networking events and presentations with taxation professionals. Throughout the school year, members of the Zicklin Tax Society will have several opportunities to interact with alumni in tax field as well as tax law faculty. Members also volunteer for preparing tax returns (VITA) to gain practical experience while they contribute to local society with their skills.
The Zicklin Women in Business (ZWIB) club seeks to empower women in Zicklin’s business programs with knowledge and strategies that will help them deal with the challenges they face in the business world. The club presents a variety of interactive panels and networking events for students, executives, and alumni from many different industries. All graduate students are welcome to attend meetings and events. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.