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Hunter College

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On Campus living... Hunter Has resident halls How Am I Getting In ? Freshman Applicants... * An average academic GPA of 88.7
* Average SAT score of 1220
( Only considering the math and reading portions) Rolling Admission Due Date : Under Graduate Student Body 25% ( latest status update) Students that get accepted : 24,701 Students that apply : Students that attend now : 22,000 Applications received prior to this date will be given the strongest consideration. You should still apply for financial aid if you don't make this due date. Colleges give the strongest possible consideration to applicants received by the priority deadline. March 15 Feb 1 Sept 15 APPLICATION TIMELINE May 1 Life On Campus The Brookdale Campus is located at the Brookdale Health Sciences Campus on 425 East 25th Street between First Avenue and the FDR Drive. The 92nd Street Residence is located at 1395 Lexington Avenue just 3 blocks from Central Park and the Museum Mile. The 97th Street Residence is located 1760 Third Avenue just blocks away from Central Park, the Whitney Museum and Serendipity. Only a limited number of Hunter's 23,000 students have the opportunity to live in the Hunter Residences. The application process is highly competitive, therefore, we recommend that students complete a housing application as early as possible. Whitney Muesum At A Glance... A large, 4-year, public liberal arts college. This coed college is located in a very large city in an urban setting and is primarily a commuter campus. It offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. Total undergraduates

First-time degree-seeking freshmen

Degree-seeking undergrads

Graduate enrollment Large school Commuter Campus

Urban Setting

Very Large City 6,265 16,802 1,974 15,867 Activities: Choral Groups
Concert Band
Film Society
Jazz Band Literary Magazine
Musical Theather
Radio Station
Student Yearbook
Television Station Sports DIVISION Basketball
Cross Country
Wrestling Division teams are ranked by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), based on level of competition. Intramural teams compete with each other within a college. Intramural Basketball
Football (non tackle)


Foreign Language




Science- Lab

Social Studies

Visual/ Performing Arts

Academic Electives: 1 2 3 4 Required Not Required Recommended ARE YOU ON THE RIGHT TRACK? Financial Aid Application Due: Annual College Cost Before Financial Aid In- State Costs SAT Test Scores *
Critical Reading: 520-620
Math: 540-640
Average: 1220 Reminder: Schools At Hunter:
There are in total Education The School Of Health Sciences Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing Silberman School Of
Social Work The School Of Arts And Sciences The main campus is home to the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education.
It features numerous facilities that serve not only Hunter, but the surrounding community, and is particularly well known as a center for the arts. The Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse, a 675-seat proscenium theater, has over 100,000 visitors annually and hosts over 200 plays The Frederick Loewe Theater, a 50 x 54-foot black box performance space is the site of most department performances The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery hosts professionally organized art exhibits. Departments African Puerto Rican / Latino Studies
Biological Sciences
Classical and Oriental Studies
Computer Science
Economics and Accounting
Film and Media Studies
German History
Mathematics and Statistics
Physics and Astronomy
Political Science
Romance Languages
Urban Affairs and Planning Out And About
Hunter Museums Food Places Asian American Studies Program
Creative Writing Program
Human Rights Program
Jewish Studies
Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Public Policy Program
Women and Gender Studies
Macaulay Honors
Thomas Hunter Honors Program Programs Honors Program There are many opportunities for Hunter students to participate in rigorous and rewarding honors programs. Only the very best and brightest students seek to enter an honors program, and those who do are surrounded by other high-achieving students and are provided with a host of academic resources, including concentrated faculty attention and guidance. How Do You Apply? You apply to Hunter online,
The online application will guide you through a straight forward application process.

Be Sure to start your application early so, that you have enough time to complete all the required forms prior to the deadline of your program. Guggenheim Museum American Museum of Natural History 1071 5th Avenue (88th & 89th Street 79th St. & Central Park West The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue (82nd & 83rd) Times Square Central Park Some Facts: Hunter was ranked #2 among "Best Value Colleges for 2010" according to the Princeton Review and USA Today. Ratings, Rankings and Awards The 2010 edition of the Princeton Review's "Best 371 Colleges" guidebook gave Hunter high marks for its Diverse Student Population, Financial Aid, Selectivity of Admissions, Green or Environmental Awareness, Academic Bang for the Buck and Fire Safety.

Average 1st year financial aid package
Financial aid can include grants, loans, scholarships and work-study jobs. Every student’s financial aid package varies depending on individual circumstances. Financial Aid Distribution Undergraduate aid typically awarded as shown $6,914 Thank You For Visiting Hunter College! Nickolet,Mayling, Alyssa, Nickendra Skywalks: The skywalks make it easy for students to go between buildings without having to go out into the street, which comes in handy when it’s raining or the streets are particularly busy. Hunter College @CunyHunter @HunterCollege
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