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Panel on Applying to Policy Graduate Programs: NYU, Columbia, GW

School deans and admissions officers will explain what you need to know to write a great application for graduate programs in policy at NYU (Wagner School of Public Service), Columbia (School of International and Public Affairs), and George Washington (Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration). Discover what grad schools are looking for, and have the chance to meet and network with school representatives. This panel is especially useful for alumni and seniors applying for the 2016-17 cycle, or those planning to apply the following year, including rising Juniors.

Use the summer to get a jump on the fall admissions process!

Date: Wednesday, May 11
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Place: Room 819, East

For more information, please contact the Roosevelt Scholars at (212) 772-4889, email or visit our website.


The Mentoring Program is Recruiting Now!

One Way to Succeed At Hunter . . . And Beyond! - GET A MENTOR!

The Mentoring Program is recruiting for the 2016-17 Academic Year. If you are a motivated student who could benefit from a planned mentoring partnership, and are willing to invest the time and energy for a successful relationship, you should apply for a mentor. This program is especially helpful to sophomores and juniors, but is open to all undergraduates. Students are connected to successful alumni and friends of the College who could help expose them to professional and social skills they will need to succeed after Hunter.

Space is limited. Don't delay, apply today!

Find out if the program is right for you. For an appointment, please email

Apply Now!

For more information, please contact Eunice Lewis-Broome at (212) 772-4879, email, or visit our web site.


Last Chance to Complete the NSSE Survey!

To those of you who completed the NSSE Survey we thank you!

If you received an invitation and have not completed the survey, this is your last chance to do so. Please let your voice be heard. Your opinion is very important to us!

More than 1,000 four-year colleges and universities in the United States and Canada have participated in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) to measure the extent to which institutions engage in effective teaching and learning activities, in order to develop practices that foster student engagement. Randomly selected Hunter College freshmen and seniors are participating — and you may be one of them — so check your Hunter email for your invitation!

Dates: through April

For more information, please contact Joan Lambe at 212.772.5462, email or visit our website.


CUNY Has Revised Payment Options for Tuition and Fees

Effective as of March 13, 2016
All credit and debit card transactions will be processed via the University's Payment Plan, giving students and their families the option of paying their tuition and fees over six months. This deferred payment plan will reduce the burden of paying all tuition and fees prior to the start of the academic term and is an interest-free benefit for students and their families.

For Summer 2016, the enrollment fee for the Payment Plan will be $95 per term. Students and their families who opt for direct withdrawals from their bank accounts will pay a discounted enrollment fee of $40 per term.

The eCheck payment option through CUNYfirst Self-Service remains available, and is also cost-effective since it does not require an enrollment fee.

For more information, please visit the Bursar's web site.

Effective Now


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