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No on-campus classes from March 12-18. Most classes will move to distance learning on March 19 for the remainder of the semester. CUNY schools, dorms, libraries, research facilities, day care centers remain open. Read more »

For related courses that are still held on campus, our office is not in a position to advise students about whether to stay home or attend classes. Instead, we urge you to seek consultation from you medical provider. In the event your provider recommends you refrain from attending classes, please be in touch with our office again so we can assist in collaborating with you and your instructors. 
 Please feel free to check in with your counselor in our office via email per need.  Although our physical offices and the Center are currently closed, you can reachout to us via email and we do our best to respond within the same business day.  Students, please preiodically check your emails, this website and the Hunter College's website for updates and relevant information.  Faculty and Staff can also reach out to us with questions regarding accommodations or any other concern they may have at all times.  

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance while we do our best to secure your accommodations during this time.
You may find our contact information on the following link 

Please stay safe!
Sudi Shayesteh

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It is my pleasure to welcome you to Hunter College and provide you with some information about our program. Our staff is here to make your transition to this wonderful senior CUNY campus as rewarding as possible.

Our office is committed to promoting access and awareness as a resource to all members of the Hunter College community. We work in collaboration with all departments and divisions of the college to facilitate and advocate for our students, and assist them to maximize their potential while helping them develop and maintain independence. 

While complying with the law, the Office of AccessABILITY embraces its spirit by providing services to all students with permanent or temporary disabilities to ensure that all Hunter College programs and activities are accessible. Our philosophy is one that promotes self-awareness, self-determination, and self-advocacy in a comprehensively accessible environment. So, please stop by to say hello and let us know how we can be of assistance. We are here to help you reach your academic goals, while helping you take advantage of what Hunter's diverse community has to offer!

Sudi Shayesteh

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