In the Community
Hunter College has been a strong presence in Manhattan since its creation in 1870. Hunter’s mission of public service, its commitment to academic excellence, and the involvement of its students, faculty, and staff in public service activities throughout New York City and in the commercial life of the metropolis have given the College an outstanding local and national reputation.
Hunter extends a warm invitation to the community to learn about the many opportunities for participation in the life and excitement of the College.
Items of Interest to the Community
At Hunter, there is a vast array of cultural, artistic, and intellectual activities and services of which the broader community can avail itself. Follow the links below to learn about the many happenings right here on 68th Street.
Advance Your Career, Expand Your Mind
- Over 150 Graduate and Undergraduate Degree and Certificate Programs
- Continuing Education
- International English Language Institute
- Enroll as a non-degree student
Work at Hunter
Experience the Arts, Enjoy the Vibrancy of 68th Street
- Calendar for The Kaye Playhouse
- The Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Gallery
- The Frederick Loewe Theatre and Lang Recital Hall
Watch a Game, Cheer on the Hawks
Shop at Hunter, Support the Hunter Hawks
Make Your Life More Convenient, Use Our Services
- Cafeteria / Dining Services
- Central Reservations - Rent Space at Hunter
- Hunter Helpers - Connecting local community members with capable Hunter students
Getting in Touch With People at the College
Hunter College is committed to both public service and community outreach. Frequently, our faculty are called upon as experts by media professionals, and our staff are ready and willing to answer questions from the local community and the general public about all that's happening at the College.