• June 28th: Last Day to Withdraw from a Summer Session 1 class

  • July 3rd:College Closed; Independence Day Observed
  • July 9th: Last day of Summer 1 Classes

  • July 12th: Last day to Drop Summer 2 Class with 100% tuition refund
  • July 13th: Summer Session 2 Classes begin
Advisement Summer Schedule

Starting Friday June 26 th , the Marxe Advisement Office will be closed every Friday until August 7 th .

Advisors will be available remotely Monday -Thursday 9am to 5pm.
Mental Health and Educational Resources Following the
"I Can't Breathe" Event

Click below to access the different resources mentioned in the first session of the "I Can't Breathe: A Conversation on Race, Police Brutality, and Systemic Racism in America" on Tuesday June 16th.
Black Mental Health Matters (BMHM)
Support Sessions
Wednesdays, 2:00-3:00 PM
Starting July 1, 2020
Zoom Info: Please email Dr. Amador at
As a Black student do you…
…have difficulties sitting with and expressing your thoughts and feelings about racism?
…feel as if you or others do not understand your unique experience?
…experience direct or indirect forms of racism, discrimination, or microaggressions?
…feel confused about how to advocate for the community while protecting your health?
…ever wish you had a supportive, safe place to explore any of the aforementioned?
If so, then these support sessions are for you!
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.
This fall we are bringing our Washington Semester classes to NY.  
As a result of the suspension of the Washington Semester Program this fall 2020, courses for the Washington Semester Program are now open to all students!

Please note that if you plan to apply for the Washington Semester Program in the future, you should not take these courses.
  (FULLY ONLINE) PAF 9115 Intergovernmental Relations

Instructed by Prof. Sonia Jarvis ;
Synchronously online on Thurs. from 6:05-9:00 PM .

Can be used for MPA Public Management Concentration

 The focus of this course will be to examine the interaction between federal institutions, Capitol Hill, The White House, Governors of the 50 states, non-governmental stakeholders and the public. We will discuss the tensions between how the American Government is supposed to work in theory and in practice. Our discussions will also help to define the roles of the numerous players on the national stage in terms of areas of influence with an emphasis on examples of collaboration and conflict. Our examination will be occurring against the backdrop of a national election that will determine who leads the national government as we confront an existential crisis.
  (HYBRID) PAF 9199: Who Makes Policy? 2020 Campaign Edition

Instructed by Prof. Carla Robbins ; Mondays 6:05-9:00 PM 

Can be used for MPA Policy Analysis and Evaluation Concentration

In this extraordinary time of political and social upheaval, we will study the national actors and institutions—public and private—that make American domestic and foreign policies. Closely tracking 10 current issues–national and state political campaigns; COVID-19; social spending and fiscal battles; immigration; climate change; US rivalry with China and Russia; nuclear maneuvering with North Korea and Iran; cyber-conflict (and more)–students will delve into the policy making structures and processes and the motivations and perspectives of the players who set the agendas, drive the debates and shape the outcomes.   
Marxe Global Insights: Race and Police Violence in Latin American and the Caribbean
Thursday, July 2, 2020
1:00 p.m. (EST) Virtual Zoom Session

This panel discusses practices of police violence against disadvantaged social groups in Latin America and the Caribbean. The panel will discuss police violence in the region in comparative perspective seeking to understand the similarities and difference in police violence between Latin America and the Caribbean and the United States. The panel will also address responses to police violence in Latin America and the Caribbean and what we can learn in the United States from those responses.

The event brings together two scholars, Lilian Bobea and Yanilda Gonzalez , with extensive experience studying and analyzing policing and police violence across Latin America and the Caribbean. The program will be moderated by Enrique Desmond Arias, Marxe Chair of Western Hemisphere Affairs at Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs.
FREE Virtual Conference
Hosted by New Jersey City University

Due to COVID-19, this conference will now be virtual and FREE. Registration is required . We hope you can join us for keynote presentations by Dr. Tia McNair and Dr. Margaret McMenamin, networking opportunities, and numerous breakout sessions.
Northeast Conference on Public Administration 2020 at Suffolk University
November 6-7; NOW ONLINE!
Your health and safety are our top priority so we have made the decision to pivot to an entirely online conference on November 6 th  and 7 th . We know that many of you were looking forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting new ones in person this year so we are dedicated to organizing an online platform that will allow you to have extensive interactions with presenters and other attendees. Will you participate as a presenter or an attendee and contribute to making NECoPA 2020 a success?  Registration is now open   with discounted registration fees. 

Final Submission Deadline: August 3 rd , 2020

Marxe students are encouraged to present their research, volunteer, or participate in this conference . Students can apply for a Marxe School Conference Grant to cover costs.
135 East 22 nd Street, 4th Floor, Room 408