Admissions

Information on Admissions for Prospective Students

Students wishing to apply to a degree program are urged to visit the appropriate website and review the admissions requirements. Attending an Information Session prior to applying is also recommended. Non-Degree seeking students please click here for more information.


Bachelor's Programs at the Hunter College Campus


        DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1 for entry in the Fall semester


To apply for an undergraduate major please look at the specialization areas below:


Master's Programs at the Hunter College Campus


DEADLINE: MARCH 1 for entry in the Fall semester

*Applicants who have completed all or part of their university studies in a non-US institution and/or require student visas must submit their applications no later than February 1 to be considered for Fall admission.

When you are ready to apply, proceed to the Hunter College Graduate Admissions Online Application . Attending an Information Session prior to applying is also recommended. For more details on admissions requirements for the Hunter College campus programs please review the specialization areas below:

All “Supporting Application Materials” must be sent to the Hunter College Graduate Admissions Office at:

Hunter College

Graduate Admissions Office,

Room 223 North 695 Park Avenue

New York, NY 10065

 

Follow this link for more details on how to apply: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/graduateadmissions/applying/degree-application/supporting-application-documents

The College Code is 2301 for GRE and TOEFL scores to be sent electronically.


Doctoral Programs at CUNY School of Public Health at The Graduate Center

DEADLINE: december 15th for entry in the Fall semester


 

All “Supporting Application Materials” must be sent to the CUNY Graduate Center Admissions Office at:

 

Admissions
City University Graduate Center
365 Fifth AvenueNew York, NY 10016

 

 

Follow this link for more details: http://www.gc.cuny.edu/Prospective-Current-Students/Prospective-Students/Admission-Requirements

The College Code is 2113 for submission of GRE scores.

 


NON-DEGREE STUDENTS AT CUNY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AT tHE HUNTER COLLEGE CAMPUS

Available only to graduate programs in Public Health Nutrition (MPH), Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (MPH & MS) and Epidemiology & Biostatistics (MPH). 

Select programs in the CUNY School of Public Health at the Hunter College Campus permit Non-Degree students to take a maximum of four courses (12 credits). Admission is not guaranteed and registration approval is based on space availability. Those interested in taking more than 12 credits must apply for Matriculation. Please note that Non-Degree students are not entitled to financial aid.

To become a Non-Degree student in the Nutrition MPH or Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences MPH & MS or Epidemiology MPH programs, you must:

1. Email the following qualifications to sphpro@hunter.cuny.edu

  • Unofficial copy of your undergraduate (and graduate if applicable) transcripts
  • Resume
  • GRE scores (if available)

2. Upon receiving an emailed evaluation response from your Program Director, you must then submit the following materials to the Hunter College Graduate Admissions Office:

  • Proof of bachelor’s degree
  • Paper Application (Download from Hunter College Graduate Admissions). Your letter of approval from your Program Director MUST BE ATTACHED TO THIS APPLICATION.
  • Proof of immunization (Non-Hunter forms also accepted)
  • Application Fee will be due upon successful registration for your course(s) and not at the time of application.

3. Once you are accepted by Hunter College, you must gain registration approval from your program director to select appropriate courses in order to become entered into the SIMS registration system.

4. Register in accordance with the procedures and dates for Non-Degree registration as given on the Registrar's website.

5. Pay tuition by the deadline. If you decide not to take courses, please inform Ms. Diane Brows at dbrows@hunter.cuny.edu and cancel your registration before the first day of the semester to avoid tuition charges.

6. A Hunter email address will be created once you become registered and must be checked regularly for updated information.

7. Then proceed with the following:

- Get your Hunter College photo ID Card (OneCard) at Oasis (Registrar's office), 68th Street and Lexington Avenue

- Retrieve your Hunter email/NETID

-Complete the Non-Degree Information Form (for students that have already gained approval from their Program Director and have been accepted by Hunter Graduate Admissions only)

- Familiarize yourself with Blackboard, an electronic teaching tool used by most faculty to post syllabi and communications. Instructors post texts and/or required materials on Blackboard or will announce course requirements the first day of classes.

-Refer to the Hunter College “Student Gateway” for details on additional campus resources (Costs, Housing, Maps, Directory, Calendars, Bookstore, Bursar, Registrar and Additional Student Services and Programs)

2180 Third Ave NYC 10035
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