Non-Degree Policy & Procedure
|Fall Semester||July 1|
|Winter Session||October 15|
|Spring Semester||December 1|
|Summer Session||April 15|
The Silberman School of Social Work is DOES NOT OFFER COURSES to NEW graduate non-matriculated students for the SUMMER or WINTER session.
Please note: This status is intended only if you would like to take GRADUATE LEVEL COURSES, not undergraduate level courses.
In order to be considered for admission to Hunter College as a graduate non-degree student, you must hold the equivalent of a US bachelor's degree.
A $125 application fee is required of all applicants. It will be collected at the time of your first registration. DO NOT SEND THE APPLICATION FEE WITH YOUR APPLICATION. Please note, you will be responsible for paying the $125 processing fee; even if you register and drop your courses prior to the first day of the semester. Students currently enrolled on the graduate level at another CUNY College as a graduate non-matriculated student, will have their application fee waived if proof of enrollment for the appropriate semester is shown. In example: If you are enrolled, and registered for courses for the Summer session 2014 at a CUNY institution and applying as a graduate non-matriculated student for the Summer session 2014 at Hunter College, the application processing fee can be waived.
Review and Notification:
If your are US Permanent Resident, you must present your Alien Registration Card to the Graduate Admissions office along with your application.
If your application and the supporting proof of BA degree conferral are acceptable, registration materials will be sent with further instructions about two weeks prior to the start of registration.
Please Note the Following Restrictions:
The School of Education, the School of Nursing, Communication Sciences, Art History, Art Studio, Creative Writing, Urban Affairs, and Urban Planning Programs DO NOT OFFER NON-DEGREE ADMISSION.
- CUNY School of Public Health - MUST OBTAIN WRITTEN APPROVAL FIRST IN ORDER TO APPLY. Please visit the CUNY School of Public Health website for more information on obtaining permission.
Admission as a graduate non-degree student does not guarantee approval to take a specific course - you must present your registration material, and usually an additional copy of your academic transcript, to the program advisor to obtain course approval prior to registration
Acceptance as a non-degree student does not imply admissibility as a degree student in a future semester
Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid
Non-degree students are not eligible for student visas