The SEEK at Hunter Transfer Program provides participants with academic and counseling services that help transfer students transition into Hunter College. The program consists of an Orientation, a SEEK Transfer Course and a SEEK Transfer Club.
Yes. In order to participate in SEEK at Hunter, incoming transfer students must attend the SEEK Transfer Orientation where you will become acquainted with the SEEK at Hunter faculty, staff and program’s available services.
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The SEEK Transfer Club provides participants with access to workshops, opportunities to connect with fellow transfer students and occasions to engage in leadership and groups activities. All incoming SEEK at Hunter transfer students will become members of the SEEK Transfer Club. Participants must attend at least two club meetings.
The SEEK at Hunter office is located in Room 1013 Hunter East Building.
SEEK at Hunter provides its participants with individualized counseling, tutoring services and access to a computer lab.
Tutoring is available in the SEEK Learning Center, located in Room 929 Hunter East. Tutoring subjects offered include Chemistry, Mathematics, English, History and Psychology. Participants may submit a Tutor Request Form for subjects not currently offered.
The SEEK Computer Lab is located in Room 923 Hunter East. Each semester, SEEK at Hunter participants are allocated 100 pages of free printing.
Completion of the Hunter Core requirements depends on the number of transfer credits you have earned. You may review your progress towards the completion of the Hunter Core with a SEEK Counselor.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions, located in Room 100 Hunter North, will evaluate all incoming transcripts. After you have been admitted and committed to Hunter via CUNYfirst, then your academic records will be evaluated for transfer course equivalencies. Records are reviewed on a course-by-course basis.
Hunter College students are required to declare a major no later than the semester in which the combination of credits earned and credits attempted for the current semester total 61 credits or more. Failure to declare a major could lead to being declared ineligible for TAP.