Senior Citizen (Auditor) Admission
Applications for Spring 2015 now available!
If you are applying for the first time, Download the Non-degree application.
If you have taken courses before and would like to return, .
New York State residents 60 years of age or older may audit undergraduate courses at Hunter College on a tuition-free, space-available basis. Auditors do not receive grades or academic credit for their courses. There is a $65.00 General Fee that will be charged at the time of registration each semester/session (note: winter sessions are not available for auditors). Senior Citizens are also responsible for the $15.00 Consolidated Services Fee. Along with verification of age and New York State residency, applicants must file the undergraduate non-degree application to be considered for this program. Individuals over the age of 60, who do not wish to audit their courses, may receive academic credit provided the appropriate tuition is paid.
All Senior Citizen applicants must be New York State residents and must submit verification of age. The following forms of proof of age will be acceptable for admission: 1) Medicaid Card 2) Driver’s License 3) Birth Certificate 4) U.S. Passport
How to Apply
To apply to as a new senior citizen, you need to fill out a Non-Degree application. If you need help in filling out the application, please visit the Senior Citizens Student Association located in the North Building on the Commons Level, Rm. 117.
- Fall: May 1
- Summer: April 1
- Spring: November 1
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I receive a grade for the courses registered?
No. All courses registered as a senior citizen are audited.
How can I receive a copy of my Hunter transcript?
You can request a copy of your transcript online, or you can go in person to OASIS, located in the North Building, Room 217.