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Age 16-19
Cost Free
Program type After School,Summer
Meets Fall & Spring Classes Meet Either Monday/Wednesday Or Tuesday/Thursday From 4:10pm-5:25pm. Fall Classes Run From September To December. Spring Classes Run From February To May. Summer Class Meet July 5th - August 10th (Monday Through Thursday; 9:30am-2:30pm).
Contact us Collegenow@Baruch.Cuny.Edu
Deadline Dec. 1, 2017


Baruch College is committed to providing high quality educational opportunities for College Now students both in the high schools and at the college.


College Now at Baruch College allows qualified NYC public high school juniors and seniors to enroll in courses that earn college credit and provide academic enrichment for FREE. Through College Now students have the opportunity to experience the richness of our campus by having access to our facilities and participating in academic, social, and cultural events.

Interaction with Baruch College faculty and students gives College Now students an authentic college experience, eases the transition from high school to college and prepares students for a successful academic career. Course offerings generally include:
Introduction to Business
General Psychology
Cultural Anthropology
Introduction to Sociology
Speech Communication
Journalistic Writing
Major Issues in Philosophy
Critical Health Issues

STEM Research Academy
The College Now STEM Research Academy at Baruch College is designed to provide high school juniors with an opportunity to build essential literacy and numeracy skills by engaging in ‘authentic inquiry’ activities. Utilizing a two-semester program model (spring to summer), 20-25 students will be selected based on English & Math Regents exam scores, GPA, general interest via essay (writing sample) and transcript review. Selected students will be enrolled in the spring Introduction to Research class to strengthen basic skills such as formulating researchable questions, designing testable experiments, performing literature searches in library databases, and reading scientific literature including peer-reviewed journal articles. The goal of the spring course is to introduce students to the expectations of working in a research lab environment. Upon successful completion of the spring course, students interested in conducting research over the summer will be matched with Baruch College research faculty and participate in a structured six-week program internship.


Students Must Be: - Nyc Public High School Students - Rising Or Current Juniors / Seniors And Have The Following Grades: - Sat Verbal (Min. 480) Or - Psat Critical Reading (Min. 50) Or - English Language Arts Regents (Min. 75) - Students Who Use Psat Scores Must Have An Overall Gpa Of 85 Students From Partner High Schools Have Priority When Applying To Any Of Our Programs: -Academy For Software Engineering -American Sign Language 47 -Baruch College Campus High School -Emma Lazarus High School -H.S. For Health Professions & Human Services -H.S. Of Fashion Industries -Humanities Preparatory Academy -Institute Of Collaborative Education (Ice) -James Baldwin High School -Lower Manhattan Arts Academy -Manhattan Business Academy -Manhattan Village Academy -Millennium High School -Murry Bergtraum High School -Nest+M -Nyc Lab School For Collaborative Studies -Nyc Museum School -Quest To Learn -School Of The Future -Union Square Academy For Health Sciences -University Neighborhood High School