Welcome to the new guide for current students on requirements, advisement resources, and information for newly accepted and continuing Honors students. See the menu options below:
An Honors education is a holistic experience that helps students craft a plan for their own academic, personal and professional development through five critical experiences: academic excellence, global experience, leadership and service, arts and cultural exploration, and research/creative inquiry. In this section, you will learn more about your Community Service and Arts and Culture requirements.
Baruch is committed to creating and maintaining an environment dedicated to academic excellence. Scholars are expected to observe the highest levels of academic honesty and integrity, which is of the utmost importance to the Honors program.
This section provides detailed information to keep students on track with their academic and co-curricular requirements. It includes details about registration, graduation, campus resources, and helpful forms.
Learn more about searching for honors classes as well as special honors courses, such as the Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence Program, Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change, and the Interdisciplinary Feit Seminars.
New students can review this section for important information on resources, orientation, and next steps.
Baruch’s Office of National and Prestigious Fellowship Advising can help guide you through the steps to any kind of fellowship, from building your connections to faculty, to refining your initial ideas and all the way through the stages of writing your proposal.
This page provides guidance on writing an undergraduate thesis, independent study, research assistantships and more. It also provides details on the Research & Creative Inquiry Expo which celebrates the strength and diversity of undergraduate research and artistic expression at Baruch College.