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					SEEK Transfer Orientation




                         FALL/SPRING Entry
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                             Percy Sutton

“We wanted to create a program so that the injured in our society……..and those
                to come thereafter, could occupy positions of power.”
                  In talking about the SEEk program, Sutton said:
 “I feel very good about it because I know that is has gone far beyond its original
                                       intent.”


            Pioneering Civil Rights Attorney, Entrepreneur, Political
             Leader, Harlem Icon and Creator of the SEEK Program




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Welcome




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                       SEEK SOCIETY OFFICERS
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:   
Jaishree Ramroop: Secretary (sophomore); Mailenny Pena:




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                  Financial Aid
 Do you know Samuel Murray?
  SEEK Financial Aid Counselor
  Samuel.Murray@baruch.cuny.edu
  (646) 312 - 1397

 You should know what your financial aid
 package entails. You can monitor your
 financial aid on the CUNY portal
  www.cuny.edu




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                 Financial Aid
 Have you filed your 2011/2012 FAFSA (financial
  aid application)?

 Did you indicate that you will be attending Baruch
  College? (Baruch title IV code: 007273)

 Have you completed your TAP (New York State
  Assistance Program) application for 2010/2011?
  (Baruch Tap Code: 1409)




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                  Financial Aid
 Have you submitted any required documentation to
  the Baruch Financial aid office?
   Whenever you visit the Financial Aid office, it is
    important to inform the receptionist that you are a
    SEEK student!

 Were you selected for verification at your
  previous college (i.e., financial verification,
  citizenship verification, selective service)?
   If you were selected for any of the above, than you
    will be required to submit similar documentation to
    complete the above processes at Baruch College.

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              SEEK Tutoring
 Go to person: Jill Rosenberg, Tutorial
  Coordinator
   Located in 2-234 in the SEEK office




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          Tutoring Services
 Student Academic Consulting Center (SACC)
   http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/sacc/tutorial_service.ht
    m

 Writing Center
   http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/writingcenter/students.h
    tml




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                    Academics
 Communication Skills
   Please contact Joyce Mandell, SEEK Communication
    Specialist at: Joyce.mandell@baruch.cuny.edu
   Individual and group sessions are available!!!
 BRIDGE PROGRAM
     Math
     Writing
     Excel (Simnet)
     Majors and Careers
     Baruch tours
     Campus Life
     Finding Business Information @ Baruch College   10
          Academic Resources
 SEEK provides resources that help students
  succeed in their academic courses.
   Laptop loans
   Calculator loans
   SEEK library




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         Center for Advisement and
                 Orientation
 At the Baruch College Orientation, you will receive a preliminary
   evaluation to assist you with program planning. This is the tool that
   you will use to determine which courses to register for in your first
   term.
    An Academic Advisor will guide you throughout this session.
    You will also register for your courses for your first term at this
      session.

 Advisement website:
   http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/advisement/

 Baruch College Transfer Services website:
   http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/transfer/admissions/transfer_orienta
      tion/



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Center for Advisement and Orientation
 Next, your credit evaluation will be completed by
  the Transfer Center provided Baruch has received
  all of your transcripts from your previous college.

 Finally, you will contact the Center for Academic
  Advisement for an official worksheet provided you
  have received a completed credit evaluation. You
  must schedule an appointment with an Academic
  Advisor in advance.

 You must return with a copy of the worksheet to
  your SEEK Counselor.

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                      Degrees
 Zicklin School of Business: BBA Degree
   Majors> http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/

 Weissman School of Arts and Sciences: BA Degree
   Majors>http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/index.html

 School of Public Affairs: BS Degree
   Majors> http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/spa/home.php



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   Careers and other opportunities
 STARR Career Development Center
   Provide comprehensive career services to Baruch
    College students.
     Help make decisions about majors
     Apply to graduate and law school
     Prepare for internships and jobs
     Develop the soft skills necessary to become successful
      in their chosen future careers.
   www.baruch.cuny.edu/careers




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     Communication with SEEK
 Be sure to check your e-mails regularly
   This is the college’s official means of communicating
    with you.

 You do not want to miss out on important
  information from your counselor, financial aid, or
  the college.

 Blackboard
   CUNY transfers, update your BB email address to
    your Baruch email account!!!
   Non-CUNY transfers, activate your account!!!

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   Transfer Student Organization
 The Transfer Student Organization (TSO) was
  created by transfer students, to ease the "transfer"
  process for students.

 TSO aims to hold events and programs that benefit
  transfer students socially, academically and
  professionally.

    Students with general queries can reach the TSO at
                 tsobaruch.info@gmail.com



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             Cultural Passport
 The Cultural Passport allows you to explore the
  treasure of New York City from the smallest
  museums and galleries to the world-class
  institutions, from Broadway productions to Off-Off
  Broadway, and do not forget the gardens and the
  science centers, historical societies and libraries.

 Every one of them has something to enjoy.
  http://www.cuny.edu/about/resources/arts/cultural
  -passport.html



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                   Health Center
 138 East 26th Street, Main Floor (between Lexington
  and 3rd Avenues) New York, NY 10010
   Tel: 646-312-2040          Fax: 646-312-2041

 The health center provides FREE immunization!!!
   (MMR?? YES, even to newly accepted students throughout
    the summer.
   The titers test (blood test, if you suspect you have had
    your immunizations, but lost your record, is $60 dollars.)

  G E N E R A L         H O U R S                O F         O P E R A T I O N
                Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 9 – 8pm
                   Tuesday and Thursday: 9 – 5pm
                 Note: The Health Center is closed from 12pm to 1pm daily.

    http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/studentaffairs/healthServices.htm


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                       Chi Alpha
 Chi Alpha Epsilon is a national honors society, created to
  highlight the academic achievements of students admitted to
  college through non-traditional criteria.

 Visit our website: http://xaebaruch.org/
   If you were part of a special program (i.e.,
     EOP/HEOP/SEEK/CD) at your previous college AND were
     already inducted into Chi Alpha, bring a copy of your
     certificate to Susan Wong, SEEK Counselor and you will
     automatically become a member in Baruch’s chapter.

   If you are not currently a Chi Alpha member, after 2
     semesters at Baruch you can be considered for
     membership.

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               SEEK Awards
 Held annually, this gala event celebrates the
  achievements of current and past SEEK students.
  Students are recognized for both their academic
  and service achievements.




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           SEEK Office Policy
 8:30 am – 12 pm: Counseling/ Study Time
 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm: Free Zone
 2:30 pm – Close*: Counseling/ Study Time




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            SEEK Contract
 Finally, we will review the SEEK contract. This
  will be provided to you at the SEEK orientation!




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