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General Information for All Students

Join us this summer as you can take classes at several Schools at Hunter College.


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Hunter College offers two summer sessions in a variety of lengths.  Students can take up to 7 credits per session.

Summer Session (2013)     

Students may register for the 4,5, 6, 8, 10 or 11 week options in Summer Session I & II.

School Session 1               Session 2      

Arts and Sciences 6 Weeks:  June 3-July 15

5 Weeks: July 16- Aug 19

8 Weeks:  June 3-July 29

11 Weeks:  June 3-Aug 19

Education 4 Weeks: June 3-June 27
4 Weeks:  July 8- Aug 1

Health Sciences & Nursing 6 Weeks: June 3-July 15

8 Weeks: June 3-July 29
5 Weeks:  July 16- Aug 19

Social Work
5 Weeks: June 3-July 8

5 Weeks:  July 9- Aug 12

10 Weeks:  June 3-Aug 12

Students are advised to submit completed applications for the Summer Session by April 1st. However, apply as soon as possible to ensure access to the best available courses and avoid late registration fees. 


Visit the Summer 2013 Schedule of Classes to view courses offered this summer.  Keep in mind that availability is subject to change.

Hunter College offers a wealth of courses in the liberal arts and social sciences to visiting/non-degree students as well.  Please note that courses in math and the sciences are typically not available to visiting/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. 

Would you like to be a visiting student at Hunter College this summer? Click here for more information and to apply.

A note to visiting students wishing to transfer core courses back to their institution: as Hunter College cannot guarantee transferability, be sure to check with your home institution prior to applying and/or registration.


HW (Hunter West Building, 68th Street Campus)
HE (Hunter East Building, 68th Street Campus)
HN (Hunter North Building, 68th Street Campus)

TH (Thomas Hunter Hall, 68th Street Campus)

BC (Brookdale Campus): 425 East 25th Street

SSW (The Silberman School of Social Work): 2180 Third Avenue (at 119th Street)


Students may take up to 7 credits per summer session.

Base Rates for Degree-seeking students (not including fees)

NYS Resident
Undergraduate: $230/credit
Graduate: $365/credit

Non-NYS Resident
Undergraduate: $485/credit
Graduate: $675/credit

For additional information on student tuition and fees, please visit the Bursar's website.

Please check back soon for additional information on payment and registration schedule. 


Would you like to learn more about Hunter College? We encourage you to contact the Welcome Center to speak with a knowledgeable prospective student advisor about your goals and how Hunter can help you achieve them.

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