The following is a list of resources and student support services throughout Hunter College.
Once you declare a major, you'll be assigned to a Faculty Advisor affiliated with your department or program. Your faculty advisor will then be your resource for planning your major requirements for graduation, exploring research programs, and even discussing post-graduate and career planning opportunities.
You may schedule an appointment with many faculty advisors using the Hunter Navigate Student mobile app. Other academic department contact information can be found in the Hunter College Catalog.
The Project for Return and Opportunity in Veterans' Education (PROVE) program serves student veterans on seven (7) CUNY campuses, including Hunter College. The PROVE staff, including social work field instructors, social work interns, and student veteran mentors, work together in order to provide current and new student veterans with resources that will assist their transition from military to college life.
The Student Veterans Club at Hunter College was started in 2007. It is open to any service member with any type of discharge along with dependents of veterans. Past events have included; Bowling Nights, End of the Semester Appreciation Dinners, Veterans' Week Events, along with other social events and working groups. The Club is also known for co-sponsoring various workshops focused on various benefits with Project for Return and Opportunity in Veteran Education (P.R.O.V.E).
Student veterans have access to the Student Veteran Resource Center (SVRC). Located in C118 of the North Building, the SVRC is an on-campus space specifically dedicated to our student veteran population. It provides free use of several computers (with enhanced WiFi to provide better reception from the lower level) and printers for student vets, and includes comfortable couches to relax in between classes.
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