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Emergency Food & Shelter
Immunization Records
Student Conduct
Title IX
Voter Registration

Emergency Resources

Emergency Support

Hunter College is dedicated to the health, wellness and safety of our student body. We offer a variety of resources that are available to all currently enrolled students, including food pantries; laptop and mobile hotspot loans, and referrals to legal assistance. If they are relevant to your situation, we urge you to make use of them.

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Emergency Funding

Hunter College provides emergency grants to students who encounter short term financial emergencies. The emergency situations range from issues such as eviction, family issues, job loss, separation or divorce, natural disasters, robbery and other extenuating circumstances.

Awarded funds can cover anything from living expenses, transportation, bills and other non-college related expenses. The funding cannot be used to cover tuition or dorm fees and can be awarded only once.

Basic Criteria:

  • Student must by enrolled in classes for the semester they are requesting funding
  • Student must have a current FAFSA on file (exceptions may be made based on immigration status, when appropriate)

Your application and documents will be kept confidential

Submit your request for emergency funding >

Immunization Records

We manage student immunization records and are responsible for assuring student compliance with New York State Immunization laws. We also host health insurance enrollment Navigators & Certified Application Counselors to assist with applying for affordable health coverage through the New York State Health Marketplace.

Services offered:

  • Immunization Processing
  • Referral to Community-Based Resources

Visit Immunization Records>

Student Conduct

The Office of Student Conduct is responsible for acting on behalf of Hunter College in matters of student discipline. The office deals primarily with alleged instances of academic integrity and other student misconduct. Their function is to investigate alleged violations of College and CUNY policies, and when necessary, sanction students who violate the College's rules and policies.

Their goal is to educate students regarding their individual responsibility and accountability, while promoting concepts of fairness and due process. Their hope is that through this process students will come to recognize mistakes and learn from them.

Title IX

Hunter College is committed to maintaining a fair and equal environment for both its employees and student body, consistent with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments Acts of 1972, which state that:

No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subjected to, discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance...

Any individual who believes he or she has been discriminated against on the basis of gender in any area outside the purview of the Sexual Harassment Panel, may direct all inquiries, concerns and complaints to Dean John Rose,, Title IX Coordinator, Hunter College

See Hunter's and CUNY's Title IX policies >


Voter Registration

The Office of Student Activities is your resource for student voter registration and election information.

Who Can Register to Vote

You must meet all criteria:

  • A U.S. Citizen
  • A New York City resident for at least 30 days
  • 18 years of age before the next election
  • Not imprisoned for a felony conviction
  • Not claiming the right to vote elsewhere

How to Register

  1. You can register to vote, or update your registration, online, in person, or by mail.
  2. The New York City Board of Elections must receive your new or updated registration at least 25 days before the next election for it to be effective for that election.
  3. If you registered to vote in the past, and you have changed your political party, your name, or your home address, you will need to submit an updated registration form. You will also need to re-register if you have been in prison for a felony.

Forms and Resources

Accessible Voter Registration Forms

Once the form is completed, you need to print the form, sign and date it, and mail the form to your county board of elections.

Voter Registration Coordinator for Hunter students
Teneia Wooten,, Assistant Director, Office of Student Activities

Board of Elections
For more information on voting, elections dates and voting/campaign policies, visit the Board of Elections website >

Voter Advocacy

NYPIRG supports their mission of student advocacy by conducting voter registration drives and tabling events. Visit NYPIRG of Hunter College: >

Vote Better NY is a coalition of community and advocacy organizations and good governance groups from across New York that advocate for increased voter participation and improvements in the voting process.
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Become a Poll Worker

Because of COVID-19, New York is experiencing a critical shortage of poll workers for upcoming elections. Poll workers get paid for training and each day they work. You are eligible to become a poll worker if you are a New York State registered voter.

Citizenship Assistance

CUNY Citizenship Now >
Provides free, high quality, and confidential citizenship and immigration law services to all New Yorkers.

Naturalize NY >
Are you eligible to become a US citizen and live in NY, but don't have the money to apply? Naturalize NY helps New Yorkers who face economic obstacles to becoming naturalized citizens.



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