Room 1214B, East Building
The Access Center is a place to study, to meet readers, and to network with other disabled students. The Center has state-of-the-art assistive technology and technology specialists to enable students to accomplish, graduate, and succeed.
Room 203 North Building
The Admissions Office processes applications for undergraduate and graduate admission and all applications for re-admissions to the College. It also evaluates advanced standing credit for transfer students.
First Floor, West Building
The Bookstore sells textbooks for classes, study aides, school supplies, and Hunter College apparel, including shirts, sweaters, and hats.
Room 238, North Building
The Bursar’s Office handles all financial transactions, including tuition payments and any other fees.
Room 805, East Building
The Career Development Services Office offers career counseling, job listings, job fairs, career seminars, on-campus recruiting and internships.
Room 417, West Building
The Center for Student Achievement helps students develop and improve their skills through its workshops in time management, note-taking techniques, test-taking strategies and more. It also assists students who are experiencing academic difficulties. The Center’s programs include group workshops, information on study skills, and group and individual assistance to students on academic probation.
Room 207, North Building
The Children’s Learning Center is a quality child care learning facility for the children of Hunter College students.
Counseling and Wellness Services
Room 1123, East Building
Room 300, North Building
The Dolciani Math Center provides multimedia support, computer, video, slides, and tutoring for students in most mathematics and statistics courses; and “brush up” helpfor students enrolled in non-math courses as well as the site for workshops in mathematics problem solving and critical thinking skills. The coordinator is also responsible for overseeing the CMAT workshops and the Pre-101 workshops.
Room 1421, East Building
The Hunter College Education Abroad/National Student Exchange Office provides opportunities for Hunter students to study in almost an y location in the world, including the United States, for a semester or for a year. It also provides short term (3 weeks-2 months) study abroad programs during summer and winter intersessions.
Room 241, North Building
Financial Aid provides students with information about federal and state funded grants, federal work-study programs, loans, and scholarships.
Health Education and Prevention Programs
Room C001, North Building
Fourth Floor, Thomas Hunter
The Hunter College Instructional Computing and Information Technology (ICIT) handles most if not all the technological services provided at Hunter College. The services that ICIT provides are: MIS services development and management of administrative computer applications and services, the central servers which pertains email, file storage, Web pages, software distribution, printer accounting as well as public facilities such as; public computer labs, public access terminals (PACs) printers, vending machines, and servers, computer printing and photocopying services; which is a fee-based service with locations in dormitories and public computing areas. ICIT also handles web tools, course web page development assistance (Blackboard), computing server access, specialized software and technology training.
Room 1001, Tenth Floor, North Building
Instructional Computing Services provides 170 Windows and Macintosh computers in nine labs with high-speed Internet access and many software titles, including MS Office, Netscape, Internet Explorer, SPSS, Mathematica, Photoshop, and QuarkXpress. Assistance is available from Front Desk staff and in the Lab Manager’s Office. Free software workshops are offered on a limited basis during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Room 1109, East Building
The International Students Office supports the F-1 and J-1 visa holders from 105 countries with immigration-related requirements and concerns. Provides new student orientations , workshops and post-graduate career options.
Room 209, West Building
The Chanin Language Center is a state-of-the-art multimedia facility at which students can supplement their language learning from elementary to advanced levels of study. Resources to choose forom include CD-ROMS, computerized study modules, digitized audio and video programs based on textbooks and lab manuals, as well as an extensive foreign language film collection on VHS and DVD. The Center also provides writing programs and Internet access to dictionaries and online research tools. Audio materials on cassette and CD are available for at-home viewing by students enrolled in foreign language courses. Tutoring assistance is available for SEEK-status students enrolled in Spanish, French, and Italian.
Main Entrance, Third Floor, East-Building
The Hunter College Libraries consist of four distinct libraries: The Wexler (Main) Library at the 68th Street Campus, The Zabar Art Library (Hunter North, Room 1608), The School of Social Work Library (129 E. 79th Street), and The Health Professions Library (425 E. 25th Street at the Brookdale Campus). All of the libraries house both circulating and non-circulating books, journals and magazines, and other materials. You can search for materials held by Hunter and other CUNY schools by using the online library catalog, CUNY+. The Hunter College Libraries provide wireless Internet access, multiple computer terminals, circulating laptop computers available for check-out, quiet and group study areas, and research assistance. Additionally, the Libraries subscribe to a variety of electronic resources, or databases, available both on and off-campus, through which you can access articles from a variety of publications (magazines, journals, newspapers, etc.) as well as electronic books, encyclopedias and dictionaries.
Office of Health Services
Room 307, North Building
Room 117, Brookdale Campus
Residence Life helps students to find housing. Once students become residents, the staff encourages personal growth, responsible living, and community development.
Room 1119, East Building
The primary mission of Advising Services is to help students. Its advisors and counselors provide academic advising and personal counseling, and peer advisors are available to answer academic questions.
Room 805, East Building
This Office has an extensive up-to-date listing of part-time jobs that are available throughout New York City. There are job opportunities in various areas, such as tutoring, medical office work, retail, office assistant, computer work, bookkeeping, and customer service.
Room 1123, East Building
Balancing the demands of college and personal life can be challenging; The Hunter College Personal Counseling Services is here to help students handle this stress and pressure successfully and constructively. At times, just talking can make a difference; while other times, more intervention is needed. At the Office of Personal Counseling Services, we strive to help our students manage the demands of life through confidential and individualized personal counseling services. Our licensed counselors can assist students in overcoming personal, academic, and/or crisis situations. Personal Counseling Services works closely with the Office of AccessABILITY, Wellness Education and Advising Services to provide comprehensive and coordinated services to all students. We work to create a learning environment where our students feel safe, respected and valued and facilitate the process of developing a balanced and healthy lifestyle, including care for self and others that could negatively impact their progress and success at Hunter.
Room 812, East Building
The entire purpose of premedical planning is to become a competitive candidate. Towards this end the Pre-health Professions Office provides workshops on pertinent topics: interviewing techniques, writing the personal statement, financial aid for health professionals, as well as a credentials service which houses your evaluations and letters of recommendation in preparation for applications to your professional school.
Room 416, Thomas Hunter Building
The Reading and Writing Center provides tutoring assistance in reading and writing for undergraduate and graduate students at Hunter. Students can register for a weekly tutorial session throughout the semester or can utilize the Center on a drop-in basis during scheduled hours. Throughout the semester, it offers a variety of workshops designed to improve reading and writing skills and word processing abilities. Students can use the computer labs during scheduled hours throughout the semester.
West Building, Levels B2-4
Recreation Office Room B315, West Building
Recreation/intramurals sponsor events for students, staff and faculty. Currently, there are over 20 different individual and group activities. To participate, a member of the Hunter community must have a valid ID and a physical activity card. Recreation hours include time for basketball, racquetball, tennis, volleyball, aerobics, weight room training, swimming, and martial arts. Intramural events include the Turkey Trot, Full Court Basketball, Flag Football, Racquetball, and many other events.
This office sponsors 19 intercollegiate athletic teams during the fall, winter, and spring seasons, and competes in the CUNY Athletic Conference. Fall sports include men’s soccer, women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, and men’s and women’s cross country. Winter sports are comprised of men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s fencing, wrestling, women’s swimming, and men’s and women’s indoor track. Spring sports are women’s softball, men’s tennis, men’s track and women’s track. The Hunter Sportsplex is located on the B2 and B3 levels of the West Building. Admission is free to all athletic events at the Sportsplex and generally takes place after 6pm. Athletic schedules may be picked up in WB312 or WB317.
Room B125/B122C West Building
Law enforcement/peace officers provide security/protection to the college community. They conduct foot, mobile, and bike patrols throughout campus buildings and surrounding areas and perform various security-related services for the college community. Upon request, they will provide security escort service for students, faculty, and staff members who need assistance. Security personnel are located at fixed posts in each building lobby, and they assist with general information questions about the college and provide public safety information to the public.
Room 606, West Building
The Lab has 18 personal computers available to students. The PCs run Windows 2000 and Microsoft Office X, as well as specialized applications such as SPSS, Stata, SAS, and MapInfo. Lab assistants are available to answer questions. When classes are not being held in the lab, walk-in hours are scheduled. Class schedules change weekly, so students should check the lab’s website for the current week’s schedule of walk-in hours.
Room 919, North Building
This is a learning center for biology students, but all Hunter students are welcome to use the facilities in the Center. It offers tutoring in biology, and features study programs on Macintosh computers. Textbooks, study aides, and informational videotapes also are available.
Room C001, North Building
The Office of Student Activities is committed to achieving a pluralistic community and to assisting the student body in developing rational, critical and creative capabilities. This office works on encouraging and supporting activities that include athletics, recreation, student clubs and organizations, performing arts, and student government.
Room 121, North Building
Student Government represents the student body on matters of school policy. They also allocate the student activity fee and deal with chartering student organizations.
Room 417, West Building
The Student Center, an extension of the Office of Advising Services, was created for the purpose of helping students become members of the Hunter College community. The goal is to provide a safe, friendly, educational, and supportive environment for all students and to help them build a strong foundation for their education.
Room 202, Thomas Hunter Hall
The Student Resource Center offers free but limited photocopying, a fax machine, computers, and a microwave for student use. The lounge area may be reserved for student activities. The Center also sponsors different programs centering on student leadership.
Room 150, North Building
The Testing Center currently administers the following tests:
- The Basic Skills Assessment Tests
This battery of tests includes reading, writing, and mathematics and is administered to incoming students.
- Mathematics Placement Exam
This exam assesses a student’s knowledge of intermediate algebra, trigonometry, and pre-calculus, and is a pre-requisite for all mat courses except MATH 100. This exam is administered to incoming and current students.
- CUNY Proficiency Exam (CPE)
The CPE is designed to test a student’s ability to understand and think critically about ideas and information to write clearly, logically, and correctly at a level associated with success in upper-division courses. This exam is administered to currently enrolled Hunter students.
- The NLN Exam
This exam is administered to students who wish to apply to the Generic Pathway nursing program.
First Floor, North Building
The Kaye Playhouse features various shows and performances to the Hunter Community. Students can obtain discounted or free tickets for most shows.
Room 1119, East Building
Hunter aims to facilitate the student’s success by providing support, resources and information that meet unique needs such as that of a veteran. Our veterans’ services web site provides information on getting started at Hunter, veterans’ benefits, academic policies and on and off-campus resources.
Room 100, North Building
The Welcome Center, the recruitment office of Hunter College, reaches out to prospective students throughout the metropolitan New York area. In the Center, counselors meet with drop-in visitors and schedule counseling sessions with prospective students, new and returning and undergraduate and graduate, who have particular concerns. Recruiters visit high schools, community colleges, and community organizations to meet with prospective students, college advisors, transfer advisors, and others who influence college choice. It distributes Hunter literature across the country and throughout the world via email and regular mail.