Hunter College Schools
Student services will continue to offer the majority of its services remotely. All office hours, virtual drop-in times, and contact information are posted at each service area website. In many cases, our offices have made many exciting adaptations to improve its ability to support students in a remote format. The following are examples of the remote delivery of our services, including notable enhancements, that will continue this fall:
|Office||Business Hours||Virtual Drop-in Hours||Where Hours Are Posted Online|
|AccessAbility||M-F 9am-5pm||Same as business hours; email or phone
|Admissions and Recruitment||M-F 9am-5pm||Same as business hours; via Live Chat or phone 212-772-4490. Also by appt via Skype.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Admissions and Recruitment|
|Zoom/Live Chat for 6hrs/wk, times to be posted on website. Also available by appt via Navigate.||email@example.com (general use)
firstname.lastname@example.org (dedicated to freshmen)
|Athletics and Recreation||M-F 9am-5pm||Daily group fitness offerings; see Recreation website for schedule.||Staff Directory||Athletics|
|Bursar||M-F 9am-5pm||Email email@example.com||OneStop|
|Career Services||M-Th 9am-6pm,
|By appointment, via Zoom.||firstname.lastname@example.org||Career Services|
|Counseling and Wellness||M-F 9am-5pm||Same as business hours, email preferred (response time often immediate).||email@example.com||Counseling and Wellness|
|Education Abroad||M-F 9:30am-5:30pm||M-F 9:30-11:00 via Skype. By appointment firstname.lastname@example.org||Education Abroad|
|Financial Aid||M-F 9am-5pm||Same as business hours; Email or phone
|Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students||M-F 9am-5pm||Email or phone 212-772-4878; response within 1 business email@example.com||Dean of Students|
|Registrar||M-F 9am-5pm||Email firstname.lastname@example.org||OneStop|
|Student Activities||M-W 9am-5pm,
|Zoom video chat drop-in:
|email@example.com||Office of Student Activities|
Our Purple Apron Food Pantries will operate at both the 68th Street Campus and at Brookdale, and via mobile pantry delivery vans. This service provides students with groceries including non-perishable canned and dry goods, supplemented by fresh produce, dairy, and frozen meat. Each grocery bag supplies students with four to five meals free of charge. The Purple Apron Food Pantry is open to all currently enrolled Hunter students.
Laptops and mobile hotspot devices are available for loan to students. students on loan for one semester at a time. Students may request devices by completing an online form and a staff member will follow up with fulfillment details.
Hunter College is offering “Are You Ready?” – a free online readiness course – that teaches students essential strategies for online learning.
This optional but strongly suggested 30-minute online course will cover:
Most students are already enrolled in the course on Blackboard. It will appear as “Hunter College CUNY-Student Online Readiness Course – Are You Ready” under “My Organizations”.
Students who complete the course will receive a certificate to show their readiness to handle online coursework.
Study spaces will be made available in the Student Success Center of the Library on Floors 6 and 7 (68th Street Campus) for those who are attending in person course activities. Printing is also available on Floor 7. Students must complete all campus safety requirements and will be physically distanced throughout their study session on campus. Furniture will be removed and seats will be marked with signage identifying physically distanced locations. Study space access will be by appointment and monitored by Hunter staff. A reservation is required! To use one of these spaces, please reserve a spot for these dates:
Additional spaces that have met the criteria for safe opening will be added as need to increase capacity to meet student demand. We anticipate this may occur during midterms and finals when there is an increased need for quiet study space, access to printing resources, and wireless connectivity. Such spaces may include Thomas Hunter Hall Student Union, North Building classrooms, the Assembly Hall, and additional floors of the Library. Available Study Spaces and drop-in availability will be posted on the website.
Students living at Brookdale Residence Hall will have access to the Brookdale Cafeteria for study space. For additional study spaces at Brookdale, see Residential Life.
A limited number of computer labs with specialized software that is not available through CUNY or Hunter remote licensing (Adobe Creative Suite, ArcGIS, and others) will be made available in the North Building. Additionally, computer terminals with desktops and monitors will be available in both the Library and select ICIT Computer Labs.
Physical distancing will be maintained by removing furniture/computers and marking approved seating locations with signage.
Rooms will be cleaned by Facilities staff daily.
ICIT will be responsible for disinfecting keyboards. Students will be provided with sanitizing wipes or disinfectant spray for wipe down before and after use.
Bike Parking is available at the North Building 69th Street Plaza as well as Poses Park (on 68th Street).
To get a Hunter ID card, students must schedule an appointment to have a photo taken and pick up the card—safely. Visit Hunter ID Card Appointment and select the preferred half-hour time slot between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. The OneCard team can process 15 appointments per half hour. After you submit your appointment request, you will receive a confirmation email with your appointment time.