Non-Hunter CUNY students
CUNY students not enrolled at Hunter College can take Arabic language, literature, and culture courses at Hunter College via an e-permit
Students who have taken one or more semesters of Arabic at a school other than Hunter must contact the head of Hunter's Arabic program before registering for any Arabic language class.
Arabic language, literature, and culture classes at Hunter are open to students not-matriculated in CUNY, or any other university, as long as they have a high school degree or the equivalent.
In order to take Arabic language, literature, and culture classes at Hunter one must apply to Hunter as a non-degree student
Information on how and by when to do so can be found here.
Tuition information for non-degree students can be found here.
Please note that admission to Hunter College as a non-degree student does not gurantee admission to a particular class, thus it is adviseable that students contact the head of Hunter's Arabic program before applying. Students must contact the head of Hunter's Arabic program before registering for a class.
Students at the CUNY Graduate Center
The Arabic Program at Hunter College welcomes students from the CUNY Graduate Center in its Arabic language courses.
In order to register for an Arabic class at Hunter during the academic year, CUNY GC students must have their advisor or E.O. sign a Permit Out Form
In order to register for an Arabic class in Hunter's Summer Arabic Program, CUNY GC students must apply to Hunter as a non-degree student (see above).
Before submitting a Permit Out form or applying as a non-degree student CUNY GC students must consult with the head of Hunter's Arabic program for placement.
Please note that Arabic 101-202 at Hunter college are not open to native/heritage speakers of Arabic. See courses for more information on courses available for native/heritage speakers.
For more information please contact:
Christopher Stone, Associate Professor and
Head of Arabic Division
Department of Classical and Oriental Studies
1303 Hunter West
Hunter College, CUNY
695 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10065