All Hunter faculty are provided with Blackboard accounts for managing your courses.
- How do I access VoiceThread?
- How do I submit an assignment?
- How do I update my email in Blackboard?
- How do I access Blackboard Collaborate?
- How do I access my SPARC training certificate?
- My class says unavailable. What should I do?
- Answer: If your course is unavailable, the instructor of the course has not made that particular course and section available for students. The instructor makes the change.
CUNYfirst provides essential student, human resources and finance administration across the University via an integrated enterprise technology solution.
All Hunter Faculty, Staff, and Students receive an email account automatically. Email is provided by different services and platforms depending on user category.
Every student, staff, or faculty member at Hunter College is issued a NetID to log into Hunter networked services. The Hunter NetID is created on commitment to Hunter College (students) or employment (faculty and staff) and contingent on continued registration or employment.
OneCard is a Hunter College ID card that is used to enter Hunter college campuses and pay for various services at Hunter.
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Hunter students and faculty can borrow equipment such as laptops, printers and tablets free of charge and get technical support through Hunter’s Audio Visual Department and Helpdesk.
Public Computing Services (PCS), a division of ICIT, provides over 225 computers for public use in eight labs at Hunter’s 68th Street and Brookdale campuses.See All in Equipment
Hunter College maintains an extensive wireless network throughout all campus locations.
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Phishing is an attempt by hackers to obtain your personal information. Spam is unsolicited commercial email. Learn how to protect yourself from being hacked.
Some campus systems have rules about how passwords must be constructed and how often they need to be be changed.See all in Security
Hunter College offers faculty members an interactive web conferencing platform called Zoom that can be used for a variety of teaching and research purposes, including hosting virtual class sessions.
Hunter students use Splashtop Business to remotely access on-campus lab computers from their own devices.
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