The Baruch Computing and Technology Center (BCTC) is the College-wide organization supporting information technology services for all Baruch College faculty, staff and students. As part of Baruch College and the City University of New York, BCTC lives the values of higher education—active inquiry, dialog, and academic rigor—to empower its constituents to use all aspects of information technology to realize Baruch’s and CUNY’s educational and social mission. BCTC seeks to provide a reliable, robust infrastructure to support student learning, faculty teaching and research, and staff productivity. BCTC also strives to provide excellent customer service to the Baruch College community. We also collaborate with our colleagues at other CUNY colleges and the central office to leverage economies of scale when possible and to support unified service offerings.
BCTC, located within the Information and Technology Building, provides computing and networking support services to the 6th floor Kaplan Computer lab as well as all administrative staff throughout the Baruch Community. The Zicklin School of Business, Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, and Marxe School of Public and International Affairs each have their own respective support staff technicians who work closely with BCTC staff to provide support to faculty and staff in those schools. BCTC also works closely with the Center for Teaching and Learning in the Provost’s Office to ensure technology support for pedagogy.