These recent Baruch graduates enjoy careers that cover a wide range of fields and industries, ranging from urban initiatives to marketing to even Broadway makeup departments.
Recent graduates from the 2000s continue to impress, earning unique honors and advancing their careers in remarkable ways.
Mentoring, taxation, and real estate are just a few of the specialties tackled by these Baruch alumni from the 1990s.
With careers in entertainment, business, and more, these graduates from the 1980s have enjoyed both professional and personal success.
Whether they're receiving accolades or starting their own companies, these alumni from the '60s and '70s continue to excel and make the Baruch community proud.
Eight alumni from these early decades show an engagement with life that College namesake Bernard Baruch—who lived to the age of 94—would heartily approve.
Double alumni share news of their 2015 nuptials
NY1 and Baruch College are partnering to present the findings of a yearlong polling initiative that examines New Yorkers’ opinions on their quality of life, the needs of their neighborhoods, and the effectiveness of city leaders and services
With a hunger for change, socially conscious Black and Latino Studies Assistant Professor Regina Bernard-Carreno finds innovative ways of bringing complex societal challenges into the classroom
Baruch sent its first team ever to the National Debate Tournament Championship, held at the University of Iowa in April 2015