Are you Ready?
Registration begins Monday, April 5, 2021 for the Summer 2021 and Fall 2021! The Registration Appointment schedule will be available on March 22, 2021. Check your Enrollment Appointment on CUNYfirst.
Get Registration Ready
- Clear Your Holds
- Check your Navigate to quickly see if you have any holds.
- Review your To Do list on CUNYFirst. This will also have your enrollment appointment, and how to clear your holds.
- Run your Degree Works Audit
- Degree Works will allow you to view your progress toward your major.
- View your general requirements including: number of credits, courses taken, courses currently being taken, GPA, and much more.
- The courses listed on the left are for major, minor, and Liberal Arts electives. Suggestion for other courses are listed on the right with links.
- Process and review your audit and have an undergraduate academic advisor or graduate academic advisor confirm your choices.
- Check your FACTS
- The Financial Aid Eligibility and Certification Tracking System (FACTS) is an online financial aid tool that will help you understand and monitor eligibility for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), Aid for Part Time Study (APTS) and some HESC scholarships. FACTS determines eligibility to receive an award each semester.
- Use FACTS each semester to determine your eligibility.
- Review your TAP Compliance, your TAP Guide, and TAP FAQ’s.
- Schedule Builder
- A visual tool designed for you to explore, plan, and build your class schedule.
- With this tool, you can arrange selected courses into a conflict-free timetable grid, making it easier to see what available options best fits into your personal and academic lives. For more information see the Schedule Builder Student Guide.
- Make an appointment with an Academic Advisor
Registration from A-Z
If you need school specific information on Academic Appeals.
- Joint Committee on Academic Standing (students not officially in their major)
- Pathways Appeal Committee
Understanding the instruction mode of a class is extremely important. On CUNYfirst, it will indicate if your class is in person, hybrid, or fully online. If it is fully online, make sure you know if it’s Synchronous/Asynchronous. Learn more about the differences here.
CUNY First Guides
Check out a wide range of guides about CUNYFirst. Here are a few that are centered on registration.
Degree Works – Student Degree Audit System is a web-based application that allows students to view their progress towards a degree. It lists all of your requirements including: courses taken, courses currently being taken, skills assessment tests, transfer credits and much more.
For more information on due dates, applying for graduation, and more information, check out Applying for Graduation.
To view and download any of the following major/minor forms, check the Program Updates page.
- Intended Major Form
- Declaration of Liberal Arts Minor/College Option Capstone
- Business Minor
For students that have been officially accepted into the Zicklin School of Business: Zicklin Major/Minor Plan Change
Online Learning Resources
Looking for additional support? Check out Baruch Forward for a listing of student resources throughout the College.
View all registration appointment and application dates for the Summer and Fall semesters. Please keep checking back as dates will be updated as registration gets closer. Your registration appointment time will be updated in your CUNYFirst To Do’s.
Schedule Builder is a real-time class scheduling tool that enables students to plan and register for courses that meet their schedules and other needs. With this tool, students can easily arrange class schedules that fit their personal and academic lives.
How to Register for Pathways Science Classes. For more information check the Natural Sciences Department website.
Choose corresponding sections as per example below
After you choose a pair, you will automatically be added to your lecture section. Therefore, the classes will appear 3 times on your page as:
LAB, REC & LECTURE
Examples of co-requisite sections of Pathways courses:
BIO 1015L  EMWA (lect/recit) with BIO 1016 [EMWA] (lab)
BIO 1011L  CMWA (lect/recit) with BIO 1012  CMWA (lab)
CHM 1003L  CTRA (lect/recit) with CHM 1004  CTRAGMWB (lab)
CHM 1003L  STRA (lect/recit) with CHM 1004  STRA (lab)
ENV 1003L  CMWA lect/recit) with ENV 1004  CMWA (lab)
ENV 1003L  SMWA (lect/recit) with ENV 1004  SMWA (lab)
PHY 2002L  BMWA (lect/recit) with PHY 2001  BMWA (lab)
PHY 2002L  ETRB (lect/recit) with PHY 2001  ETRB (lab)
NOTE: The sections that end with an X (e.g., SMWX) are only open to students who have satisfied one part of their Pathways requirement.
Examples of stand-alone sections of Pathways courses:
BIO 1015L  EMWX: open only to students who have completed the Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
BIO 1016  DMWX: open only to students who have completed the Scientific World requirement.
BIO 1011L  CMWX : open only to students who have completed the Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
BIO 1012  GTRX: open only to students who have completed the Scientific World requirement.
CHM 1003L  DMWX: open only to students who have completed the Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
CHM 1004  ETX: open only to students who have completed the Scientific World requirement.
ENV 1003L  CMWX: open only to students who have completed the Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
ENV 1004  STRX: open only to students who have completed the Scientific World requirement.
PHY 2002L  CTRX: open only to students who have completed the Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
PHY 2001  BTRX: open only to students who have completed the Scientific World requirement.
You can use the waitlist feature when a class is full and a waitlist option is available. You are allowed to be waitlisted for a maximum of 8 units in any given semester. All waitlists are processed through CUNYfirst on a first-come, first-served basis.
For other information on registration related issues, check out school-specific information below.
Grad Student Hub
Speed Advisement @Marxe
Marxe Graduate Advisors will be holding Speed Advisement Sessions for Summer and Fall 2021. Students can sign up for a 10-minute meeting with their academic advisor to quickly go over:
- Course Selection & Scheduling
- General Program Requirements
- Other academic concerns
Need to have a more in-depth conversation with an advisor?
Because speed advisement sessions are intended to be quick and serve a larger number of students, we ask you to email us if you need to set up a longer appointment with your academic advisor.
Zicklin graduate programs also have virtual advising services for students. Advisors can be contacted as follows:
Full-Time MBA: FullTimeMBA@baruch.cuny.edu
MS Accountancy and Evening MBA Accountancy: ZicklinGradACC@baruch.cuny.edu
Evening MBA: ZicklinPTMBA@baruch.cuny.edu
MS Programs: ZicklinMSPrograms@baruch.cuny.edu
MS Business Analytics: ZicklinMSBusAn@baruch.cuny.edu