Additional Categories of Visiting Students
Hunter College offers a wealth of courses in the liberal arts and social sciences to many categories of non-degree students. Please note that courses in math and the sciences are typically not available to non-degree students as the seats in these courses are usually occupied by Hunter College’s continuing students. However, should you find a space in a math or science course for which you qualify, you are more than welcome to register for it.
|Visiting High School Graduates||Applications & Registration Instructions|
|Visiting High School Students and College Now Students||Events & Activities|
|Postbaccalaureate Students||Hunter College Facilities and Resources|
High School graduates who are not affiliated with any college or university may take classes at Hunter College. Visit the Non-Degree Admission website for more information and to apply.
Qualified high school students may take classes at Hunter College with written approval of their high school principal. College Now students must also obtain approval of the College Now Coordinator at Hunter College. Visit the Non-Degree Admission website for more information and to apply.
College graduates not currently affiliated with any college or university may take classes at Hunter College. Visit the Non-Degree Admission website for more information and to apply.
New York State residents 60 years of age or older may audit undergraduate courses at Hunter College on a tuition-free, space-available basis. Visit the Senior Citizens web page for more information and to apply.
Senior Citizens follow a separate process. For Senior Citizen application instructions, please click here
Step 1: Complete and submit the Undergraduate Non-Degree application
Non-CUNY Students interested in registering for undergraduate courses must complete an undergraduate non-degree application and pay a $65 application fee which is collected at the time of first registration. Click here for additional information on undergraduate non-degree admission.
Undergraduate Non-Degree Summer Session Application Deadline: April 1
Applications received after the deadline will be considered based on a space available basis.
You can obtain this application by:
- Downloading the Undergraduate Application (PDF)
- Picking Up an Application at the Welcome Center:
Stop by Hunter’s Welcome Center to pick up an application. Head to the Visitor’s Center in the West Lobby at 68th Street and Lexington Avenue to obtain a visitor’s pass. Then head to the Welcome Center which is located in the North Building on the first floor, Room 100 and is open from 9AM to 5PM Monday to Thursday and 10AM to 4PM on Fridays. Applications are also available outside of the office, so you can stop by at your convenience.
Step 2: View the Schedule of Classes.
Check the schedule of classes for Summer sessions I and II on the Registrar's website.
Step 3: Check your email for important information from the Office of Admissions.
After completing and returning the application, students will be e-mailed registration and enrollment information from the Office of Admissions.
Important Note: All formal communications are sent via email. Please make sure to monitor your email closely for important updates and information.
Hunter College offers a wide range of events and activities. From renowned guest speakers to seminars and social events, Hunter College has as much to offer outside of the classroom as inside. Click here for a list of summer happenings and check back frequently for updates.
New York City is an exciting place to be in the summer! Click herefor a list of events and activities going on around the city. Check back frequently for updates.
The college’s facilities and resources are available to be visiting students. Visiting students may make use of the college’s wonderful libraries, free fitness center that includes a cardio/weight room, pool, and aerobics classes; health services office; on campus art gallery, Starbucks and cafe.