Overview: What is the Baruch Scholars Program?
The Baruch Scholars Program admits entering first-year students. Students are considered for this program when they apply to Macaulay. The program provides exceptional academic opportunities, supportive advisement and four-year full-tuition scholarships for in-state students and a generous tuition scholarship for out-of-state students.
- By mitigating the financial burdens, scholars can go above and beyond to pursue their intellectual interests and career goals through activities that include studying abroad, conducting independent research, and committing to year-long community service.
- By engaging in the New York community, Scholars can become cognizant of issues related to civic responsibility, social justice and diversity; central issues to a democratic society.
The Baruch Scholars Program takes pride in the services it offers students and the professionalism of its advisors. By adhering to best practices, honors advisors help students make meaning of various dimensions of their identity and gain life skills that will help them succeed after graduation. They inform scholars about scholarship and professional development opportunities, and they have the ability to work one-on one-with students who are experiencing difficulty in their academic or personal lives.
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