Inspired by Bernard M. Baruch's gift, the Baruch College Fund (BCF) was founded in 1969 as a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to promote the educational welfare of the students of Baruch College.
The BCF encourages alumni and friends to get involved with the College through mentoring programs, volunteering, serving on advisory boards or committees, and donating to the annual fund.
The BCF helps educate the next generation of professional and civic leaders. More than 15,000 students enroll at Baruch each year to pursue their educational dreams. Your annual gift will help ensure that all students are able to attend and receive the best possible education, both inside and outside the classroom.
There are many opportunities to make a difference with your charitable contribution.
The 17 Lex Society recognizes donors who give $1,000 or more to the BCF, with tiered recognition levels for recent graduates, while those who include Baruch in their estate plans become members of the Benchmark Society.
Your annual gift to the Baruch College Fund directly supports:
- Scholarships and Financial Aid
- Emergency Tuition Assistance
- Academic Programs
- Career Services
- Faculty Research
- Technology Improvements
- Arts and Cultural Events