VITA 2012

During the 2011 tax filing season, Baruch College students from the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program prepared 6,555 tax returns resulting in more than $8 million in refunds. IRS-certified student volunteers filed taxes at five locations throughout the city, seven days a week from February 7 to April 17. Complimentary services were offered to … Continue reading

The Countdown

For those of keeping track at home, it’s almost time . . . for graduation that is.  That’s right  the end game is near.  For those of us wrapping up our programs, the deadline to apply for graduation is this Friday, March 9th.  Your weary correspondent turned his application in last week. ChecklistMeet with GCMC … Continue reading

Dan Choi: “Do You Have What It Takes?”

by Danielle V Hemsley, MS  Statistics How do you set yourself apart from all the other MBAs and land the job that gives you the best opportunity in the future?  This is a big question on the minds of many students.  Dan Choi, Managing Director of Credit Suisse, helps you discover your personal answer to … Continue reading

GSA Newsletter Sept 27

Your weekly GSA newsletter. Welcome to Week 5 Header image courtesy of Lem Morrison News . . . Overwhelmed by all the events on campus.  Watch the google event calendar on the GCMC. Upcoming Events . . . September 26th 12:30-2:30 NVC 1-107 Women In Leadership — Negotiating Your Way Up Anxious about negotiating at … Continue reading

GSA Newsletter Sept 12th

Your weekly GSA newsletter. Networking Social this Thursday NVC 14-220 Header image courtesy of Lem Morrison News . . . A student lounge open to ALL graduate students is now open on the third floor — NVC 3257. It’s stark and needs a warm touch.  Send comments and contributions to the GSA. There are open … Continue reading

Get Inspired to Show Yourself

photo via (cc) Flicker user David Domingo  Ever checked out this blog and thought “this is pretty cool, but what could I possibly write about here?” The GradBaruchian is always looking for content, but that is easier said than done. It would be amazing if we were able to mobilize student engagement on such hot topics as, … Continue reading


Top Five Reasons To Serve on a Baruch College Committee: Meet other involved graduate students Learning about the inner workings of the college Get involved with important faculty and staff members Having a vote on issues that actually affect your experience at Baruch It’s a great resume builder There are a bunch of important committees … Continue reading