Faculty Mentors

Faculty mentors play a central role in CUNY Baccalaureate. They guide students in planning their areas of concentration and ensure that these specializations are coherent and academically valid. Sometimes, faculty mentors supervise and evaluate independent study or fieldwork projects, and they often advise students about graduate study. Close to 400 full-time CUNY faculty members are serving as CUNY Baccalaureate mentors.

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Finding Your Mentor(s)

Finding your CUNY BA Faculty Mentor Having a faculty mentor is central to CUNY Baccalaureate’s philosophy and structure. Securing a faculty mentor is your responsibility. You do not need to have a faculty mentor in order to apply to the…

Role of Faculty Mentors

Faculty mentors play a central role in CUNY Baccalaureate. They guide students in planning their area(s) of concentration (AOC) and ensure that these specializations are academically valid, challenging, and appropriate preparation for graduate-level study. Sometimes, faculty mentors supervise and evaluate…
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