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Please follow these steps to ensure that you are prepared for advisement and registration at Hunter College for the Spring 2010 Semester:

  1. Review your acceptance letter (via email only) and complete the online My Choice response form to accept admittance.
  2. Take any required placement and/or assessment tests.
  3. Check on financial aid or enroll in the TuitionPay tuition payment plan.
  4. Review your transcript evaluation.
  5. Submit your proof of immunization.
  6. Attend your advising session.
  7. Register online for Spring 2010 Semester.
  8. Obtain an official bill from the OASIS (Room 217 North Building) or print bill out online.
  9. Submit payment.
  10. Apply for your Hunter ID and Spring 2010 Semester sticker at the OASIS.
  11. If you are a student with a documented disability, register with AccessABILITY.

Acceptance Letter and Response Form

You will receive an emailed acceptance letter from the Office of Admissions. Please read it carefully. Complete the online response form at the MyChoice website as soon as possible. Your login information is provided in your acceptance letter.

Please Note: Completing the on-line response initiates the transfer credit evaluation process. If this step is missed, the credits you plan to transfer will not be evaluated. Additionally, you will not be invited to attend a Transfer Student Orientation and Advising session until this is completed. The completion of this step initiates the evaluation of your prior college transcripts for course equivalencies at Hunter and prepares you for academic advising and in choosing future courses.

Questions about admissions? Contact Undergraduate Processing in the Office of Admissions, Room 203 in the North Building, or call (212) 772-4498 or 4499.

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Placement and Assessment Tests

The Hunter College Testing Office focuses on two different tests; the Math Placement Test and the Basic Skills Test. You may be required to take a placement and/or assessment test before your first advisement session and registration at Hunter College. Please see below for specific details about each test.

Math Placement Test

The following majors or programs at Hunter require higher level mathematics and/or statistics courses: Accounting; Biological Sciences; Chemistry; Computer Science; Economics; Education (all programs); Health Professions (Community Health Education, Medical Laboratory Science, Nursing, Nutrition and Food Science); Mathematics and Statistics; Physics; and Psychology.

If you do not have the required mathematics and/or statistics course(s) through transfer credit, you will have to complete the course(s) at Hunter College. To ensure appropriate placement you must take the Math Placement Examination.

Questions about Testing? Contact the Testing Center, Room 150 in the North Building, or call (212) 772-4898.

Basic Skills Assessment Tests

If you have been admitted on a conditional basis to Hunter College, your acceptance letter contains important information about the Basic Skills Assessment Tests. You will not be permitted to proceed with the advisement/registration process until you have satisfied this enrollment requirement.

Questions about the Basic Skills Assessment Tests? Contact the Testing Center, Room 150 in the North Building, or call (212) 772-4898.

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Financial Aid

If you filed a FAFSA for the 2009-2010 academic year, make sure information about you is on file with Hunter's Office of Financial Aid at the OASIS located at Room 217 North Building. The Financial Aid web site has extensive information.

Questions about your financial aid package? Contact Financial Aid or call (212) 772-4820.

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Transcript Evaluation

Responding to the MyChoice web site initiates the evaluation of your transcript (s) from other academic institutions for Hunter course equivalencies. When your evaluation is complete, you will be sent an e-mail that will help you better understand your Hunter transcript. Please be sure to review it carefully and understand it.

If you attended an academic institution during the Fall 2009 semester, arrange to have an official transcript with final grades for that semester sent directly to the attention of the Evaluations Unit, Office of Admissions, Room 203 North Building, Hunter College, 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065.

Questions about your evaluation? Contact the Evaluations Unit in the Office of Admissions, (212) 772-4508 or 4793.

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Proof of Immunization

You will not be permitted to register until you submit proof of immunization to Hunter College's Health Services Office, Room 307 in the North Building. You may fax a completed form to the Office of Health Services (212) 650-3254 or bring the form in person to Room 307 North.

The form may be downloaded at: http://registrar.hunter.cuny.edu/forms/immunizationform.pdf

Please note that your medical records from your previous school(s) are NOT a part of your academic record and therefore NOT AUTOMATICALLLY TRANSFERRED. However you may be able to obtain a copy of your Immunization Record from your previous school.

Questions about immunization? Contact the Health Services Office, (212) 772-4800.

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Advising Sessions

Once Admissions completes your transcript evaluation, you will receive an email instructing you to schedule an orientation, advising, and registration session at Hunter for the Spring 2010 Semester. During the advising session, you will have an opportunity to meet with an advisor from the Office of Advising Services. The advisor will provide you with important academic information regarding degree requirements. You will be eligible to register only after you have attended the advising session and submitted proof of immunization.

How can you speak with a faculty advisor? There will be Common Department Advising Days (to be announced) in department offices. However, please click here to access additional information regarding different major departments.Curious about other advising services at Hunter? Check out the Advising website.

Questions about the advising sessions? Contact The Sylvia E. Fishman Student Center, (212) 650-3282. The Center is open Monday through Thursday from 10:00am to 5:00pm and Friday from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Want more information?  Visit Advising online for information about Hunter's General Education Requirement (GER), declaring a major/minor, FAQs, and more. Please visit the academic department web pages for specific major requirements.

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Registration

The online registration process will be described during your advising session. If you want to preview registration services, visit the Registrar's website. Please remember that you will not be permitted to register until you submit proof of immunization to Hunter College's Health Services Office, Room 307 in the North Building.

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Tuition and Fee Payment

Your tuition and fees must be received by the due date specified on your bill to avoid cancellation of your Spring 2010 Registration. Acceptable forms of payment are:

* cash, personal check, money order
* credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover)
* approved TuitionPay tuition payment plan
* confirmed third-party payment vouchers
* confirmed financial aid awards

Questions about payment? Visit the Bursar's Office, Room 238 in the North Building, or call (212) 772-4400.

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Students with Disabilities

If you are a student who has a documented disability and who is eligible for services under the Americans with Disabilities Act, you must register with the Office of AccessABILITY to receive accommodations at Hunter College.

Questions about accommodations? Contact AccessABILITY, (212) 772-4857, Fax: (212) 650-3449.

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