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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.

Tuition & Fees Information

All tuition and fees are determined by the City University of New York (CUNY) Board of Trustees and are subject to change without notice. In the event of an increase in the tuition and fee prices, payments already made will be treated as a partial payments.

On June 25, 2019, CUNY Board of Trustees approved a tuition rate increase. Students who paid in full prior to this date must check their accounts for the incremental charge added.

Notification will be given to students concerning the amount owed and the deadline date to pay.

Tuition is charged based upon the following criteria:

  • Residency Status; NY State Resident or Non-NY State Resident
  • Student Status; Undergraduate or Graduate Student
  • Degree Status; Degree Student (Matriculated) or Non-Degree Student (Non-Matriculated)
  • Full-Time Student or Part-Time Status (Some groups pay per credit so please review the table of charges.)
  • Program of Study - Some graduate programs have a different tuition and fee structure due to the requirements of the programs. As such, students enrolled in these programs pay an Academic Excellence Fee. These fees are used to enhance academic excellence at the University, including, especially, the hiring of faculty to teach additional course sections needed to meet student needs, reduction of class sizes to improve the quality of instruction, operation of instructional facilities to serve Hunter's student population, and support services at the heart of the academic enterprise, notably libraries and computing. The Academic Excellence fee is charged either on a full time basis of on a per credit basis. Please follow link to determine if your program charges the Academic Excellence fee and how much it will be based upon your registration.  Academic Excellence Fee
      Number of Credits (As applicable. Some students pay flat rates so please review the table of charges.)

Mandatory Term Fees are charged based upon the following criteria:

  • Full-Time/Part-Time Status
  • Student Status; Undergraduate or Graduate Student
  • Semester

If a student is enrolled full-time and drops to part-time status on or after the first official day of classes, the full-time fee rate is charged. Mandatory fees are non-refundable except for students who drop all their classes prior to the first official day of classes.

The College also charges General Fees for services or special documents. These fees include application fees, re-admission fees, transcript fees, etc.

For a complete listing of all tuition rates and fees, please review the followings:

Tuition and Fees Schedules:

Tuition ONLY Table (Limited)
Tuition costs only, for undergraduate and graduate students based on number of credits, as well as residency and matriculation status.

Tuition & Fee Table (Limited)
Tuition and fee costs, for undergraduate and graduate students based on number of credits, as well as residency and matriculation status.

Mandatory Fee Schedule
Mandatory fees applied to semester bills, including the student activity, technology, and consolidated service fees.

General Fee Table
General fees, including application, duplicate services, and other instructional and non-instructional fees such as late registration and senior citizen audit fees.

Tuition Calculator
An interactive tool allowing students to calculate their tuition and fees for upcoming semesters based on their individual status and amount of credits planned.

Registration Information
Student can view registration and payment dates as well as other basic important information by semester.

New York State Residency
Click here to learn find important forms and information about how your residency (in state or out of state) and how it affects your tuition and expenses.

For new students who need to pay their commitment deposit, please click this link:    Instructions on how to pay your Commitment Deposit.

For Payment Questions click here.

Click on the above link to learn more details and information about your tuition and fees.

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