Dual Enrollment Courses
Our dual enrollment courses provide advanced and challenging coursework outside of the high school curriculum. This approach provides students with a head start in college by preparing them for college-level work demands. It is important to note that all courses are identical to what a matriculated undergraduate student experiences. Additionally, our classes are taught by Baruch faculty and take place at the College.
Commitment: Enrollment in a college course is a serious commitment. While we understand students are still in high school when participating in our program, we expect them to act and behave like college students. All college courses become a part of a student’s CUNY transcript. If a student attends Baruch College as an undergraduate, the grade earned in a Baruch College course will be included in the college GPA.
Campus Resources: Students who enroll in a Baruch College course are given a Baruch College ID card, Blackboard learning management system access, and a webmail account. Students have access to all facilities, including the William and Anita Newman Library, Baruch College Technology Center, and Student Academic Consulting Center (tutoring).
Process: After applying and being accepted into our program, students must attend a mandatory orientation and maintain satisfactory attendance and academic performance.