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All registration is done online. are available online. If a particular class is full, you can add your name to the waitlist in the School of Education in Room 1000 West.
Yes, you can. You would have to meet with your program coordinator to discuss whether the courses are equivalent. If the course is approved, you must file an e-permit through the to take the course at another CUNY institution. If the course is taken outside of CUNY, you must submit a Permit to Attend Another College form.
4. I have a course (or courses) taken at another college before attending Hunter College that I want to use towards my program’s requirements. What do I do?
If the course you took is equivalent to a course in your program, you will want to see if the course can be transferred into your current program. Submit the Graduate Transfer of Credit Form with an official transcript to your program coordinator first. If approved, it will then be sent to the department and then the Dean for final approval. Ifthe course is not equivalent to an existing course in your program, you can see if the course can be exempted or waived. Each program has a maximum number of credits that can be exempted or waived. Keep in mind that you have a minimum number of total credits for your program. If a course is waived, you must take another course with the same number of credits that is approved by your department. Submit the Exemption/Waiver form to your Room 1000W.
5. If I am an undergraduate student and want to declare my major or minor in Education, what do I do?
You must first apply for admission to the School of Education. Applications are available online. There is usually a writing sample and an interview process.
Complete an undergraduate course at Hunter or elsewhere in the subject in which you are conditioned. For information about how to take undergraduate courses at Hunter as a non-degree student, contact the Welcome Center in room 203 in the North Building. Take a College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam in the subject in which you are conditioned and pass with a score of 50 or higher. There are CLEP tests in algebra, calculus, biology, chemistry, natural sciences, American History, American Literature, French, German, and Spanish. For more information, go to You can satisfy a foreign language requirement by showing proof of three years of the same foreign language in high school with grades of “B” or higher, or proof of completion of grade 10 or higher in a high school where courses are taught in a language other than English. You can satisfy a science requirement by taking an on-line course developed by the Museum of Natural History and offered for credit through the CUNY School of Professional Studies. Students can register through the CUNY e-permit system. Recommended courses include “The Diversity of Fishes” and “In the Field with Spiders.” For more information, go to You can satisfy an admissions requirement with a score of 4 or 5 on an Advanced Placement (AP) exam in the subject for which you are conditioned, or documentation on your transcript of college credit for.
Once you have satisfied your admission condition(s), please fill out the Admissions Conditions Request Form , attach an official transcript or score report, and bring it to the Office of Educational Services, Room 1000 West.
Students who wish to change program must reapply through the Office of Admissions by the official deadline. Students wishing to change from one track to another within their program should contact the Admissions Adviser.
Students who previously attended and wish to be readmitted need to complete a readmission application. The deadlines are: Fall - July 1st; Spring - December 1st; Summer - April 15th. A student with a GPA below 3.0 must apply for special permission for readmission on probation in Room 1000 West.
10. Whom should I contact if I have more questions or would like to speak with an admissions advisor?
Contact an Admissions Adviser for the School of Education at: or 212-772-4668
The four most common stops are ED , G , B , and 3D stops.
- If you have an ED stop, you should come to the Office of Educational Services in Room 1000W to resolve the issue. The most common reasons for ED stops are: a) You need to show proof of
registering for or taking the LAST; b) you are a non-matriculated students who
has registered for 12 credits and must be accepted for matriculation before you
can register for additional credits; c) you have two or more incompletes on your
record and need to complete at least one of them before you can take additional
- If you have a G stop, go to Graduate Admissions in Room 223N.
- If you have a B stop, you will need to go to the Bursar's office (Room 238N) to resolve your billing problem.
- A 3D stop is placed on your record if you have not completed your financial aid exit interview. Stop by OASIS (Room 217N) for more information.