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Our Offices that provide Student Services are here to help you succeed and make the most of your Hunter experience. We offer a full range of services and resources to support you from your first semester through graduation. Our offices and centers provide everything from advising to counseling to career development to programs for enrichment and even relaxation in the new Sylvia E. Fishman Student Center.

This website presents a wealth of information about our services, including athletics, accessability, clubs and organizations, a virtual handbook for undergraduate students, and various Hunter College policies. Below is a list of our programs with descriptions. Do not hesitate to get involved or ask questions. Our dedicated staff is here to help you every step of the way.

Upcoming Events & Information:



HE 1214B, (212) 772-4857
Provides educational services for students with disabilities. It ensures a comprehensively accessible college experience for all students with documented disabilities.

HN 203, (212) 772-4490

Reviews and processes student admissions applications, answers questions and helps students transfer credits.

HE 1119, (212) 772-4882
Advisors help students understand academic requirements, clarify their goals, and devise action plans. We provide information about General Education Requirements and major prerequisites, and we assist students in decision-making. Advisors offer a supportive, safe environment for students to discuss issues affecting their College experience and refer students to appropriate resources.

HW 317B, (212) 772-4783
Provides students with a full-range of athletic opportunities. Students are encouraged to join one of the 18 Hunter teams that compete at the NCAA Division III level as a member of the CUNY Athletic Conference.

1st Floor, Hunter West, (212) 650-3970
The bookstore stocks required, supplementary and recommended textbooks (new and used), regulation school supplies, special course requirements and other academic and nonacademic items. The bookstore processes orders for textbooks and clothing/gifts online at and accepts most forms of payment, including book vouchers. The store also purchases used student textbooks up to 50% back at the end of each term.

425 East 25th Street, BC 117 North, (212) 481-4310
The Residence Hall houses 622 students in this "living-learning” community where residents get involved in social, educational, and cultural programs designed to enhance their learning and to promote positive relationships within the Hunter Community

BURSAR (See OASIS)                                                                                          
HN 238, phone: (212) 772-4401 fax: (212) 772-4411                             
Collects all tuition and fees in accordance with CUNY policies and procedures. The office also coordinates the rental payments for the Residence Hall and the distribution of student financial aid checks, and processes passports for the Hunter Community.

HE 805, (212) 772-4850
Assists students in a variety of ways: developing career opportunities, exploring career options, career counseling, internships, part-time and full-time jobs, resume writing, mock interviews and more. Services are also available to alumni.

HW 417, (212) 772-4890                           
Conducts workshops on time management, classroom note-taking, stress management, test-taking strategies, learning styles, and other topics. Provides individual assistance to students on academic probation and those experiencing particular study problems.

HN 207, (212) 772-4066      
An all-day early care and education program for children of Hunter College Students. The preschool program serves ages 2.5 year olds to age 6. The school-age program serves children ages 6-12. The center follows the academic calendar; including Saturdays. It also offers services during both Summer sessions, closing earlier and not including Saturdays. Registration is on-going; first come, first served.

TH 214, (212) 772-4510
Reviews and supervises all student activity fee-supported budgets.

HE 1123, (212) 772-4931
Professional counselors assist students with personal and emotional difficulties that may interfere with academic progress and success. In addition to short-term counseling, the office provides crisis intervention and referral services. The hours of operation are Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 7:00 pm and Friday 9:00am - 5:00 pm.

Office of Health Services
HN 307, (212) 772-4800

Health Education Resource Room
HN C001, (212) 650-3397
Wellness Services strives to reduce health-related barriers to students’ personal and academic success through activities in general health education, disease prevention and intervention. Provides healthcare delivery and health education information and resources. Walk-in services for health concerns, vaccinations, affordable follow-up care with EMTs and emergency healthcare are also available. A Nurse Practitioner and Nurses from the Hunter Bellevue School of Nursing are available for general healthcare. NYS EMT’s provide on-campus emergency care. The Health Education Resource Room is open Monday-Friday 10 am – 5 pm. Services available include: health information; immunization; activity cards; free HIV screenings; free blood pressure screenings; health education programs; Operation Enrichment; mental health screenings; stress-free zone; workshops and tabling; peer health education; Fall/Spring Wellness Fair; interactive CD programs; and the Online Healthy Lifestyle Questionnaire.

HN 241, (212) 772-4820
Provides comprehensive financial assistance and counseling for our students and their families. Financial aid counselors are on duty and available in the Office of Financial Aid in Room 241 North during the following hours. Monday-Thursday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. Friday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.

A bi-weekly update of Student Services programs and activities, important administrative announcements, and other information of interest to Hunter students. The Hunter Gatherer is distributed to students via their Hunter email and can be found at

HE 1108 & 1109, (212) 772-4864, (212) 772-4579, (212) 772-4903, (212) 772-4859; (212) 650-3147-Fax; Email:
Iris Aroyewun-Birchwood,
Xavier Remigio,
Serves the specialized needs of Hunter College's international students (F-1, J-1) and their dependents. Services include comprehensive immigration counseling and the communication of relevant information to students and staff through workshops and orientation programs. The office ensures Hunter’s compliance with all U.S. immigration regulations and procedures and is one of the college's liaisons to the Departments of State and Homeland Security. Advice is provided to departments seeking to hire or enroll foreign nationals under the F-1 and J-1 visa classifications. The office offers guidance on academic issues to ensure progress towards timely degree completion. It also provides help with naturalization, assists students with travel issues and cultural adjustment and refers students to other resources when warranted.


Student Help Desk: HN 1001, (212) 650-3624
Student Quicklinks Web Site:;
CUNY Portal:
OneCard Web Site:

Offers technology resources including email, Internet connectivity, campus networks, computer labs, telephones, audio-visual equipment, printing and copying. For more information or help with the following services visit, visit HN 1001 or call the Student Help Desk at (212) 650-3624 (650-EMAIL).

Your Access To Computing At Hunter
All official college correspondence, both administrative and academic, will go to your Hunter email address, which you received prior to arriving on campus.

Hunter NetID
This is the username (and its password) you use to access services hosted specifically at Hunter, for the Hunter community only. These services include access to the wireless network, PAC terminals, and OneCard. Your NetID is also used for your Hunter email address. All official communications to you will be sent to this address.

Public Computing: PACs & Labs
There are three Public Computer Labs equipped with Macs and PCs: 10th floor North Building, 4th floor Thomas Hunter Hall and E015 at the Brookdale campus. PACs (Public Access Computers) are web-browser terminal kiosks, and are placed in convenient locations all around the Hunter campuses.

The OneCard System – Safe, Convenient and Tax-Free
Turns your college ID into a payment card that can be used for a wide variety of services across the campus, such as making copies, printing documents in the computer labs, paying library fees, buying from vending machines, and dining at the campus cafeteria.

Student Laptop Loan Program
Students can borrow laptops to use in the main and Health Professions libraries. Inquire at the Reserve Desk in each library for further information.

Podcast Program -- Download. Listen. Know.
Listen to podcasts produced by students for students, as well as course materials, administrative information, and much more at

The CUNY Portal ID
Many of the online academic resources you will use at Hunter are actually hosted at the City University of New York (CUNY), rather than on the Hunter campus. To use most of these services, you will need a CUNY Portal ID. To obtain an ID, register at CUNY’s website at You will be asked to select a username, and we suggest you use your Hunter NetID (or your Hunter email address) and password to reduce the number of IDs and passwords to remember.

Use the electronic Student Information Management System (eSIMS) to register for classes, check grades, view transcripts, and see your current bursar bill. To access eSIMS, you will need to log in to the CUNY Portal with your CUNY Portal ID and password.

Have your wireless device search for the network called “hunternet,” and then enter your Hunter NetID and password.

(Office of Administrative and Information Services)

HN 217, (212) 772-4474
The OASIS is the One Stop Service Center for already enrolled students. It provides information to students regarding registration issues, bursar queries and financial aid. The OASIS should be the first stop for students inquiring about their financial aid. OASIS Service Representatives are available to students in 217 Hunter North. For issues that cannot be handled by the OASIS, student will be referred to the appropriate office. Please be sure to check the Registrar’s website ( for all current and updated information.

HW 209, (212) 772-5700
The Chanin Language Center is a state-of-the-art multi-media foreign language learning facility. It includes two independent study labs equipped with 66 multi-media workstations. Students can supplement their language learning from the elementary to the advanced level by working with computerized study modules, CD-ROMs and digitized audio-visual programs based on textbooks and/or lab manuals. A 30-minute orientation must be completed by all first time users. Hours of operation and additional information can be found on our web site:

(212) 772-4179
The Hunter College Libraries consist of four facilities: the Jacqueline Grennan Wexler (Main) Library located in the East Building, the Health Professions Library at the Brookdale campus, the School of Social Work Library at 79th and Lexington, and the Visual Resources Library on the 16th Floor of the North Building. Your Hunter OneCard serves as your library card and should be activated at the Circulation Desk at one of the libraries. The collections include approximately 800,000 print volumes, over 2,000 periodical subscriptions, access to over 25,000 e-journals and newspapers, over 40,000 digital images, and subscriptions to over 125 databases, many with full-text articles. In addition to books, students may borrow laptops to be used in the library, videos, CDs, and other materials.

There are a wide range of social, cultural, media-oriented, spiritual, and academic clubs on campus offering students opportunities to network, develop leadership skills and get involved outside the classroom

HW B122, (212) 772-4521, (212) 772-4548 Fax,

Director: Louis Mader

Emergency Numbers (Fire and Ambulance, 24 hours)
68th Street and School of Social Work Masters of Fine Arts: (212) 772-4444
Brookdale Campus: (212) 481-4444
Campus Schools: (212) 860-1264
New York Police Department: 911

Non-Emergency Numbers
68th Street: (212) 772-4447
Brookdale Campus: (212) 481-4374
School of Social Work: (212) 452-7080
Masters of Fine Arts Building: (212) 629-5130
Campus Schools: (212) 860-1264
Provides protection and service to the Hunter community by helping to ensure a safe environment to learn and work. Visit the web site for information on crime prevention, internet safety, policies, lost and found, and to sign up for CUNY Alert to receive text or voice alerts of emergencies or weather related closing via cell or home phone and email.

HN 217 (Also See OASIS), (212) 772-4474
Provides assistance with registration (course scheduling, permission to take classes at another college, registration issues). Maintains students’ official record (transcript, grades, academic variances, FERPA compliance). Confers degrees and distributes diplomas.

HN C001, (212) 772-4924
Assists student organizations in program development, leadership development, organizational management, conflict resolution, and other student-activity related issues.

TH 218, (212) 772-4309
Charters clubs, allocates funds, and represents graduate students on campus.

HN 121, (212) 772-4261
Charters clubs, allocates funds, and represents undergraduates on campus.

HE 1103, (212) 772-4847
Eija Ayravainen, Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students
Madlyn Stokely, Associate Dean of Student Support Services
The Office of Student Services provides undergraduates with a wide range of support services, free workshops and events, and co-curricular experiences outside the classroom. The Office includes numerous areas AccessABILITY, Academic Advising, Athletics/Recreation, Residence Life, Career Development, Children’s Learning Center, International, Counseling and Services, and Student Activities.

HW 417, (212) 650-3282 
This centrally located center provides a safe and supportive environment for students to discuss academic issues with professional and peer advisors. In addition to helping students create a strong foundation for their education, the center is also a popular venue for hosting programs and activities from various departments. Along with these events, the center also hosts co-curricular activities that promote student development and success.

HE 1119, (212) 772-4882

Provides support, resources and information that meet the unique needs of the student-veteran. The website provides information on getting started at Hunter, veterans’ benefits, academic policies and on- and off-campus resources.

HN 100, (212) 772-4490
Pre-admission advisement Center that provides information and resources for prospective undergraduate students.