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What's the difference between Baruch Honors and Macaulay?

BoponopoBoponopo Posts: 15Registered User New Member
With my stats, I doubt I'll get in the Macaulay Honors, I might even struggle just getting into Baruch, but I never hear about its own honors program. I know that Macaulay provides free laptops and covers instate tuition, but does Baruch Honors have the same internship opportunities as Macaulay?
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Replies to: What's the difference between Baruch Honors and Macaulay?

  • ijamjlijamjl Posts: 347Registered User Member
    Macaulay's is a completely separate program in the entire CUNY system. This honor's program is extremely selective, whereas the school itself will allow students to be a part of their honors program by having a proven record of good grades when applying. Macaulay's only takes you as a freshman; no transfers or upperclassmen can apply.
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