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The City University of New York Bernard M Baruch College

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I came to Baruch with a full scholarship.Quite BrightFinance
I came to Baruch with a full scholarship. Even with that, I was quite happy to leave. A cold place, with cold professors that have either a poor command of the English language or a complete disregard for the students. They work for a paycheck, and it shows. I transferred colleges, and my current University, although smaller and less known, is MILES AHEAD of this place. At my current university, escalators and elevators work, classes are designed to provoke learning and critical (real-world) thinking, and faculty genuinely care about the students they teach, not a paycheck. Save your money and go elsewhere. AVOID this school.
1st Year Male -- Class 2009
Surrounding City: A+, Education Quality: F
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I went here to learn and network butNot so brightFinance
I went here to learn and network but instead i met 2 friends and that's it. Its a commuter school and that's all. You go to class and go home. Professors didn't teach and some even complained about their pay. They told us to buy the book and read it and then spent all their class time on useless information. They would explain the easy stuff but test you on the hard material. One who cant do teaches and Baruch faculty proves that. I spend 5 years there and it was the worst time of my life.
5th Year Female -- Class 2009
Surrounding City: A, Individual Value: F
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The transfer process isNot so brightSchool of Information
The transfer process is terrible from CUNY to CUNY, especially from a community college. The help and information from school is terrible. The bottom line is more important than student education. The school is maintained poorly. Majority of the faculty doesn't care for students.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2013
Friendliness: C-, Education Quality: F
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