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The Department of Psychology will continue to have online/virtual advising in the 2020 fall term. Click here for advising hours. Students can book a virtual advising session directly through the navigate app or website:


For course permissions, transfer credit evaluations, major/minor declarations, or any advising-related inquiries: please either write to or click here to book a virtual advising session with an undergraduate advisor. 



2019 Faculty Position - Animal Behavior and Cognition

The Department of Psychology at Hunter College of the City University of New York (CUNY) invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level in Animal Behavior, with a focus on applied and/or basic research in canine behavior and cognition.



The purpose of The Psychology Collective is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship for its members, and to aid the advancement and knowledge of psychology in all its specializations. It is also dedicated to improving the overall well-being of its members and the Hunter College community through social events and various seminars, workshops, and field trips, culminating in the Annual Hunter College Psychology Convention every spring. 

The Psychology Collective welcomes students from all disciplines and backgrounds who are interested. The best way to keep up with the latest is to sign up for our email list!

Membership in Psi Chi is open to students who are majoring or minoring in psychology. Qualified candidates include those of any age, sex, sexual orientation, race, handicap or disability, religion, national and ethnic origin, and who meet the minimum qualifications.

The BP-ENDURE program, administered through Hunter College, is conducted in partnership with New York University, Brown University, University of Michigan, and Vanderbilt University to expose BP-ENDURE trainees to a research-intensive curriculum and an environment of active research.

The Rockowitz Writing Center offers workshops to support Hunter students with various aspects of their academic writing. Workshops are held on Wednesday afternoons at 1:15pm and Wednesday evenings at 5:35pm at the RWC, in the East building room 704.

Established in 1980, the Hunter College MARC U-STAR program has been assisting with the scientific and professional development of undergraduates who aspire to obtain a Ph.D. degree in the sciences. MARC scholars must have at least 60 credits and commit to the program for 24 months. Participating faculty vary from Cell and Molecular Biology, Cell Physiology, Biochemistry, Behavioral Neurobiology, Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Biopshysics and Bioinformatics.




Dept. Office: Room 611 North Building
Phone: (212) 772-5550
Fax: (212) 772-5620

Department Chair:
Glenn Schafe, Ph.D.