Every student, staff, or faculty member at Hunter College is issued a NetID to log into Hunter networked services, including faculty and staff e-mail, wireless networks, and the Library proxy server. The Hunter NetID is created on commitment to Hunter College (students) or employment (faculty and staff) and contingent on continued registration or employment.
Please note that the Hunter NetID is NOT the same as the CUNY Portal ID which is registered and maintained by CUNY systems.
Students' Hunter email account has migrated toOffice365 (CUNYfirstID@myhunter.cuny.edu), for more information, click on Office365 Information.
You can manage your NetID through NetID Central, which allows you to change your password, look up your NetID if you don't know it, and reset your password if you have forgotten it. Please read the NetID Central page for more information.
Non-Degree students and Senior Auditors: Your NetID will be created after you have registered 24-48 hours for classes.
Undergraduate students: Your NetID will be created after you commit to Hunter (by going through MyChoice), and the NetID is usually sent to your personal email that you gave during the admissions process. If you did not get that email, and it has been more than a week since you committed via MyChoice, you can look up your NetID using NetID Central.
Graduate students: Your NetID will be created after you have registered for classes for the first time. This is an automatic process. If you did not get that email, and it has been more than a day since you registered for classes, you can look up your NetID using NetID Central.
IELI (International English Language Institute) and Cont. Ed. (Continuing Education Student) Do Not receive a NetID.
Faculty and staff will receive their Hunter NetID subsequent to approval of hiring papers by a payroll authority such as Human Resources or Research Foundation. The NetID for faculty and staff is likewise used for their Hunter e-mail address, but full time staff and faculty (including adjuncts) will also have a long form e-mail address or alias, corresponding to the first.last name used in official hiring papers.