To verify your financial eligibility for SEEK at Hunter, you must do the following:
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Complete the NYS Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) application (Undocumented students must complete the Jose Peralta TAP application in lieu of the FAFSA and TAP applications.)
- Upload the following documents to the Office of Financial Aid via CUNY Student Forms:
- Dependent or Independent SEEK Program Student Application
- Signed Federal Tax Forms 1040 with schedules
- If applicable:
- Public Assistance Budgets
- Social Security Benefits
- Veteran Benefits
- Unemployment Benefits
- Additional Income
Once you have satisfied the financial criteria for SEEK at Hunter College, you will be invited via email to attend a small group interview with a member of the SEEK at Hunter team.
This mandatory interview will cover important details, including benefits of SEEK, the SEEK Summer Bridge program, and more.
Upon completion of your interview with the SEEK at Hunter team, you will be sent your official admission offer to SEEK at Hunter.
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To accept your offer of admission to SEEK at Hunter, you will be required to commit to Hunter College via your CUNYfirst account.
Your commitment informs us that you intend to:
- Attend the mandatory four-week, non-residential Summer Bridge program for incoming SEEK at Hunter participants.
- Enroll in Hunter College as a SEEK at Hunter student in the Fall.
In order to register for classes, you may need to show proof of immunization against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella and indicate receipt of meningitis information. You will not be permitted to register until you submit this proof to Hunter College's Office of Health Services.
You may submit your vaccination card or a completed immunization form to Immunization Records, Room 307 in the North Building. (212) 772 – 4800.Review Immunization Requirements
Students taking in-person or hybrid courses must be “fully vaccinated” when classes begin.
All students registering for a fully in-person and/or hybrid class must be “fully vaccinated” unless they have been granted a religious exception or medical exemption to the vaccine and must upload proof of their status to CUNYfirst so it can be approved by the start of classes.Review CUNY COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate
Math Milestones are used by Hunter College to establish a student’s past level of math achievement. Math Milestones enable students to register in mathematics and statistics coursework at Hunter College for which they show competent preparation. This Math Milestone will dictate which math course you may enroll in for the fall semester.
First time freshmen will be assigned a Math Milestone based solely on their high school math coursework and math GPA.
If that Math Milestone does not reflect your background and history of achievements in mathematics, you can take the Hunter College Math Placement Test (MPT). The MPT is a timed, multiple choice, computer-based test. The exam does not affect acceptance to the college. Click here to review information before deciding to take the MPT.
After you have taken the MPT, if you have reason to believe that your Math Milestone does not reflect your background and history of achievement in mathematics, you can initiate an appeal process. Click here to access the appeal form.
Questions regarding the administration of the MPT should be directed to the Testing Center via email at email@example.com.More About the Math Placement Test