Academic Advisors at the Marxe School continue working hybrid schedules and are available to meet with students in various formats. Advising sessions can be conducted via zoom, telephone or in-person via appointments (email is also always an option).
The offices provides academic advisement to both undergraduate and graduate Marxe students.
- Graduate Students (MPA, EMPA, HEA, MIA, Certificate Programs), email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Public Affairs Majors (BSPA – undergraduates), email us at email@example.com.
- Graduate and Undergraduate students are encouraged to make an appointment with an advisor using the Navigate App.
Appointments are required for in-person meetings
Remember to meet and stay in touch with your advisor throughout your studies to make sure you are on track for success in your degree program!
What We Do
A full range of academic advisement services are provided to public affairs undergraduate and graduate students to ensure the successful completion of their degree programs. This includes:
- Individualized program planning with attention to career goals – make an appointment via NAVIGATE to fill out a Program Plan with your advisor.
- Personalized consultation regarding alternative courses of study, electives, and specializations
- Accurate information on Baruch College’s academic policies and procedures
- Comprehensive understanding of college resources, including counseling and career services
- Support on how to make an academic appeal
- Guidance to College offices for problem resolution
- Assistance with degree auditing for students nearing graduation
For graduate advisement (Master of Public Administration, Executive MPA, Master of International Affairs, and Master of Science in Education-HEA, or any of our Certificate programs) email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Searching for Course Offerings
Students can search for course offerings every semester using the Schedule Builder on CUNY First or via Global Searchhttps://globalsearch.cuny.edu/CFGlobalSearchTool/search.jsp
Choose GRAD or UGRAD and your program’s subject (PAF), then search by the course code.
Students are encouraged to register at the date and time you are assigned (listed on CUNYFirst).
Registration dates and times are assigned by the Office of the Registrar and are based on total number of credits completed. The more seniority in your program, the earlier your appointment time/date.
Don’t miss out on important Advisement information:
An Advisement Newsletter is distributed usually on Fridays with important information on upcoming events, deadlines, and other pertinent information.
Prior to registration each semester, students will receive information about “Speed Advisement Sessions” and other ways to connect with advisors (group advisement, one-on-one appointments, etc.) to make sure you are set with your plan for the upcoming semester.
Don’t forget to check your Baruch email regularly!
Remember to Apply for Graduation by the Deadline!
All students planning on completing their degree requirements and graduating at the end of their final term must apply for graduation in order to officially graduate and receive their diploma. Late applications will not be accepted, so it is best to apply well before the deadline.
Students may apply through CUNYFirst using the pull-down menu in their student service center. For step-by-step instruction, click here. Students who have been previously denied for graduation or students who are trying to revise their graduation date must submit a new Application for Graduation.
Find more detailed information about Graduation HERE.