GRADUATE ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT E-WEEKLY
IMPORTANT DATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • May 16th - 22nd: Final Examinations
  • May 22nd: End of Spring Term


  • JUNE 25TH: LAST DAY TO OPT-IN FOR CR/NC
(see more in CR/NC section below)

SUMMER 2020 GRADUATES: APPLY FOR GRADUATION!

All students planning on completing their degree requirements by the end of the Summer 2020 term must apply for graduation before June 15th .
UPDATE ON CUNY FLEXIBLE GRADING POLICY
CR/NC: HOW TO OPT-IN on CUNYfirst
LEARN HOW TO OPT-IN FOR THE CREDIT/NO CREDIT (CR/NC) ON CUNYfirst once the letter grade has been posted.

THE DEADLINE TO OPT-IN FOR CR/NC IS JUNE 25TH!

Step 1. LOG-IN

Step 2. SELECT CR/NC OPTION
  • Select Opt-in Grade CR/NC for classes you want to opt-in.
  • Confirm that you want to Opt-in.
  • Click Submit

Step 3. REVIEW GRADES

Once a student chooses to convert course grades to the CR/NC, the decision is final.
QUICK FACTS ABOUT THE CR/NC
  • ALL Graduate and Undergraduate students can use this option

  • The CR/NC can ONLY be used for Spring 2020 courses. It can be used for ALL or some of your courses

  • Students will be able to see the letter grade they have earned BEFORE opting-in

  • Passing grades(i.e. A to C-, including those grades) will be converted to a CR. A Non-Passing grade or an F-grade will be converted to a NC. BOTH CR or NC will have no impact on your GPA

  • Visit the FAQ page to learn more about the policy.
NOT SURE IF THE CR/NC IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

If you are not sure if you should opt-in for the CR/NC or would like to discuss other options, please speak to an advisor.

TO CONTACT AN ADVISOR:

  • let us know your preferred date and time for a PHONE appointment, OR
  • email us your questions/concerns
The Fall 2020 Schedule of Classes is on CUNYfirst!
The schedule of classes on CUNYfirst provides the most accurate list of classes offered this upcoming summer and fall semester. You can view open and closed classes on this schedule; as well as classes in other departments, schools and CUNY colleges.

If you have questions about classes or the schedule contact mspia.advisement@baruch.cuny.edu
Featured Fall 2020 Electives

  • PAF 9173 Program Auditing and Performance Measurement, Instructed by Prof. Dan Williams; Tues. 6:05-9:00 PM (IN PERSON)

  • PAF 9436 International Security and the Liberal World Order Instructed by Prof. Mitchell Wallerstein; Tues. 6:05-9PM (FULLY ONLINE)

  • PAF 9715 Health Care Policy, Instructed by Prof. Barbara Caress Thurs. 6:05-9:00 PM (IN PERSON)

WASHINGTON SEMESTER ELECTIVES: OPEN TO STUDENTS

  • PAF 9199: Who Makes Policy? 2020 Campaign Edition (HYBRID)
Instructed by Prof. Carla Robbins; Mondays 6:05-9:00 PM 

  • PAF 9115 Intergovernmental Relations: How Washington The States and The Public Interact During Times of Crisis (FULLY ONLINE)
Instructed by Prof. Sonia Jarvis; Synchronously online on Thurs. from 6:05-9:00 PM .

Quantitative Tutoring @ Marxe Has Resumed Virtually!

We are happy to announce that tutoring has resumed. Students can sign up for a a virtual session with tutors on Zoom.

Schedule for the Upcoming Week
  • Statistics Tutoring
  • Saturday, May 16, 9:00 - 10:30 am with Joonsung "Frank" Won

  • Economics Tutoring
  • Saturday, May 16, 10:30 - 12 pm with Joonsung "Frank" Won
FREE COVID-19 SUPPORT SESSIONS via ZOOM
Brought to you by the Baruch College Counseling Center

These free sessions will offer a safe , supportive , and nonjudgmental space for students to process the current health crisis and learn concrete coping skills.
 
During sessions, students can learn helpful information , reduce distress , and realize that they are not alone in their feelings of isolation, stress, and anxiety.

STUDENT RESOURCES FOR A SUCCESSFUL TERM

Learn about how to
  • Access free internet for distance learning
  • Loan a laptop for school work
  • Connect with Marxe Career Services
  • Make an appointment with the Baruch Writing Center
  • Seek Mental Health resources that are free and confidential
  • Find other CUNY-wide resources and tools
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