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CUNY—Baruch College is a public institution that was started in 1919. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 15,482, its environment is urban, and the campus size is 3 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its in-state tuition/fees are $8,071; out-of-state tuition/fees are $19,971
Baruch College is a City University of New York institution in Manhattan. The Newman Vertical Campus, a 17-story building, is the school’s solution for college life in an urban location: Classrooms, research facilities, a recreation complex, a bookstore, a television studio and more are all housed in one blockwide complex. Though many learners commute to school, Baruch offers limited housing spaces in a residence hall on the Upper East Side. Even for learners who don’t live in university housing, there are more than 170 organizations to consider joining, since most undergraduate clubs meet on a weekday afternoon. There are also more than 10 fraternities and sororities for those interested in Greek life to check out.

Undergraduates publish the school’s newspaper, The Ticker, as well as Dollars & Sense, an online magazine. The Baruch College athletic teams, the Bearcats, participate in the CUNY Athletic Conference. For graduate learners, Baruch offers programs through the Zicklin School of Business and other academic departments. Notable alumni of CUNY—Baruch College include Sidney Harman, former owner of Newsweek, and former New York Mayor Abraham Beame. Singer and actress Jennifer Lopez also attended the school before dropping out.

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