BARUCH COLLEGE–Baruch College will be undergoing its decennial re-accreditation process during the week of Mar. 1 with members of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Accreditation is a process that happens every 10 years. When an institution gets accredited, it is a sign of the institution’s quality and confidence in its resources, performance and dedication to fulfilling its mission and goals.
Getting re-accredited means that Baruch students will be able to receive Title IV financial aid and transfer course credits from other colleges.