Honors is a community and a holistic, enriching experience. More than academic excellence, an Honors education combines global, cultural, and service experiences. Honors courses are smaller in size, allowing for stronger faculty relationships and student discussions.
What are the benefits of Honors at Baruch?
The Honors Program offers:
- a holistic, enriched education
- activities outside the classroom
- assistance from your assigned Honors Advisor
- funding for enrichment activities
- priority registration
- tuition scholarship for in-state students (Macaulay and Baruch Scholars)
- a community of Honors students, faculty and staff.
Eighty-eight percent of our students report graduating debt free; the remaining students graduate with a fraction of the average national student debt.
Which program should I consider?
About Macaulay Honors College at Baruch
About our original Baruch Scholars program
How do I apply from high school? Can I apply early decision/action?
Am I competitive?
What do I need to apply ?
Will I be accepted to more than one program?
What is the difference between the Macaulay Scholars and Baruch Scholars programs?
How do I find out more?
Students at Baruch, including those who transfer, can still join the Honors Program in two different ways:
Join Provost Scholars
Join Inquiry Scholars
Students can complete both Provost Scholars and Inquiry Scholars programs. In addition, the Zicklin School of Business offers a Business Honors program.