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Last Chance to Apply for Spring 2016 Housing!

Are you interested in Living@Hunter? Our Spring 2016 housing applications are online. Apply today!

Deadline: Friday, November 20

How to apply: visit our website.
For more information, please contact Hunter College Residence Life at 212.481.4310.


Do You Need Tickets to Graduation?

Do you plan to participate in Commencement Exercises on January 21, 2016? You must RSVP in order to reserve tickets for your guests.


For more information, please visit the Commencement web site.


When Coming Out is a Death Sentence

Policy Strategies to Address the Persecution of LGBT Persons Under ISIS

The LGBT Social Science and Public Policy Center at Roosevelt House cordially invites you to join us for a discussion with experts working on policy solutions to address the complex set of issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the large areas of Iraq under the control of ISIS.

Speakers include:

  • Yanar Mohammed, Organization of Women's Freedom in Iraq
  • Omair Paul, UN Representative, Muslims for Progressive Values
  • Hossein Alizadeh, MENA Program Coordinator, Outright Action International
  • Lisa Davis, Human Rights Advocacy Director, MADRE and Clinical Professor of Law, CUNY School of Law
  • Frankie Hermann and Hilal Khali, International Women's Human Rights Clinic, CUNY School of Law

Moderated by:
Jessica Stern, Executive Director, Outright Action International

Date: Tuesday, November 24
Time: 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Place: Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, 47-49 East 65th Street, New York

Please click here to RSVP online.


Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, The LGBT Social Science and Public Policy Center at Roosevelt House, CUNY School of Law, MADRE, and OutRight Action International.


Hunter Partners with Duane Reade for Free Flu Vaccines for Students

Hunter College is once again partnering with local Duane Reade pharmacies to provide seasonal flu vaccines for the Hunter College community. Avaliable to students on a first come, first serve basis, while supplies last. (There is a discounted price of of $25.99 for faculty and staff with a valid Hunter OneCard. Duane Reade will accept most medical insurance for the vaccine.)


  • 1124 3rd Ave (btw 65th and 66th Street); closest to our 68th Street main campus
  • 773 Lexington Ave (btw 60th and 61st)
  • 465 2nd Ave (26th street); for Brookdale Campus community
  • 2108 3rd Ave (116th Street) for School of Social Work and Public Health students at our new East Harlem Campus

While Supplies Last

Remember, you must bring your valid Hunter ID.

For more information about the flu and vaccines, visit the Centers for Disease Control's website at or CUNY's Flu Resources page.


East Harlem Gallery Exhibit — "If You Leave Me Can I Come Too?"

The Hunter College East Harlem Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition: "If You Leave Me Can I Come Too?" This group exhibition showcases artworks that reveal the power and beauty that arise from the acknowledgement of death. The show features 12 international contemporary artists working in a variety of media, including photography, sculpture, installation, and video.

Reception: Now through January 9
Place: East Harlem Art Gallery

For more information, please contact Arden Sherman at (212) 396-7819, email or visit our web site.


Launch of HCSpace - A Forum for Our Future

HCSpace is a year-long process to evaluate and plan improvements to our 68th Street Campus, consistent with our vision of a research-oriented, student-centered university. Our campus has the potential to enhance our identity as an emerging university, increase student success and engagement, and foster a commitment to accountability, openness, and inclusion. With the acquisition of the Baker Theater Building on E 67th Street, ongoing renovations to the Cooperman Library, the reopening of the Parliamo Italiano Building on East 65th Street, and the construction of our new Science and Health Professions Building on East 74th Street, this is the right time to be planning for our future.

Our plans for the future, big and small, are dependent on you. Over the next few weeks, the Senate Master Plan Committee will be hosting a wide array of programs to engage our community in a conversation about space. You will be able to contribute your ideas through a series of engagement tools —- surveys, focus groups, and an ideas lab — that will be sure to kick-start our conversation. This is your campus — get involved!

The Senate Master Plan Committee thanks you in advance for the generous contribution of your time and ideas to this important work.

Date: Online Now through Wednesday, December 23
Place: Online

For more information, please contact HCSpace at or visit our web site.






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