Frequently Asked Questions
Looking for information on how to get your transcript? Interested in obtaining a new copy of your diploma? Learn all that and more in the below FAQ.
- How can I get a copy of my transcript?
- How can I get a new copy of my diploma?
- My diploma was damaged when I received it. How do I get a new one?
- Is it possible to still purchase my yearbook?
- I lost my class ring. Is it possible to get a replacement?
- How can I contact a former classmate or current professor?
- What is the difference between the Office of Alumni Relations, BCF, and the BCAA?
To request a duplicate diploma, you must provide a notarized form (click here to download the form) stating that your original diploma has been misplaced, lost, damaged or stolen, and that you would like to obtain a duplicate copy. There is a $30 fee (check or money order made out to Baruch College). Cash payment needs to be brought directly to the Bursar’s Office. Please send the notarized letter and payment to the following address:
Attn: Diploma Unit
Office of the Registrar
151 East 25th Street, Box H-0850
New York, NY 10010
Please click here to download the required form.
For all other diploma inquires, please email Diplomas@baruch.cuny.edu
Although actual replacements of Baruch College class rings are not guaranteed, many alumni have secured duplicates from: Balfour Jewelers, 7211 Circle S. Road, Austin, TX 78745-6603, phone: (877) 225-3687.
*Not every year will be available and that there have been changes to the College's colors, logos, mascot, etc. over the years.
Contact the Alumni Relations Office. Once we have located your classmate, we will let your friend know that you would like to reconnect and pass along your contact information.
Current faculty members are listed in the Baruch College Directory.
The Office of Alumni Relations is part of the College and works in conjunction with the College at large to provide alumni with continued services and educational opportunities beyond graduation. No membership fee or enrollment is required. All Baruch graduates are considered alumni of Baruch College.
The Baruch College Fund (BCF) is the fundraising arm of the College that promotes the educational welfare of Baruch students. Gifts to the BCF bridge the gap between the actual cost of educating students and the income Baruch receives from tuition and from New York State.
The Baruch College Alumni Association (BCAA) is an independent membership organization that has served Baruch graduates since 1968. An annual membership fee is required for BCAA membership to access a suite of nationwide benefits. For more information on the BCAA, please click here.