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If you have registered for courses and change your mind about attending please be sure to drop all classes, and don’t simply assume the school will run a cancellation process absolving you of any charges. You must withdraw from your classes prior to the first day of the semester to avoid tuition and fee drop charges. Any student that does not officially withdraw from classes prior to the start of the term will be charged tuition and fees based upon the University’s academic calendar.

Collection Agency

Hunter College turns all student accounts that are delinquent for more than one term over to a CUNY designated Collection Agency. Before this occurs, the College will bill a student multiple times reminding them of their obligation. In addition, the College will bill a student immediately prior to sending the account to collection to arrange for payment by a particular date.

Once a student's account has been remitted to a Collection Agency it CANNOT be settled at the College. The student will be required to pay the Collection Agency directly. The amount due the Collection Agency will include their original debt with the College and approximate fees of 14% or more of the balance due the College.

Before you call a Collection Agency, please call the College's Bursar's Office at (212) 772-4401 for more information about your Collection Agency debt.

If you have a BIC stop on your student account, your debt is with CUNY's primary Collection Agency and you should contact:

ICR - Immediate Credit Recovery, Inc.

If you have a BAZ stop on your student account, your debt is with CUNY's secondary Collection Agency and you should contact:

ACT - Account Control Technology, Inc.

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