Dean of Students Website – On this site, you can access information about the following (among other things):
- Baruch Emergency Fund (which provides financial support to students in need)
- Food Access (e.g., bagged meals, hot lunches to go, a food pantry)
- Baruch Computing and Technology Center – On this site you can access information about: CUNYFirst; Blackboard; Email; Laptop, Chromebook, iPad access; information on Zoom and other teleconferencing software; access to software like Microsoft Office; and a lot more.
COVID-19 resources. This is a running list of expanded food access options beyond Baruch (e.g., City Harvest, Met Council), housing support, job and unemployment related resources, physical and mental health resources, resources for immigrants, and public health related items.
Access to software you’ll need (especially important while working remotely) is also available. If you have trouble accessing the information you want at the BCTC site, you might try contacting the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or (646) 312-1010. Generally speaking, the Help Desk is for issues with hardware or software, but they are available for any questions you have about technology access.
Health Center – The Baruch Health Center is physically open and you can go there for medical treatment (see full range of what the Health Center treats here).
Counseling Center – The Baruch Counseling Center can provide counseling for “emotional well-being, balance priorities, enhance interpersonal relationships, and empower them with useful coping skills to attain success in and out of the classroom.”
Student Disability Services – To help with accommodations like assistive technology and working with faculty to best serve your learning.
Early Learning Center – To help provide childcare for students who need it. They are currently (as of August 4, 2020) operating remotely.
Veteran Students Support – To help with academic success, networking and peer support among veterans at Baruch, and health and wellness.
New Student & Family Programs – To help with transition to Baruch (e.g., study skills, time management, learning how to navigate resources at Baruch).
CUNY COVID updates – Find all up to date information on CUNY and updates related to COVID here.
Baruch COVID updates – COVID updates related to Baruch specifically.
(Thanks to Dan Libertz for the above page on community resources)