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    Hunter College
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Tuition and Fees


Effective Fall 2015

All tuition and fee charges listed in this catalog and in any registration materials issued by the college are subject to change by action of the Trustees of the City University of New York without prior notice.

Students who now live in New York State but have had an address out of the state must submit proof of New York State residency. New students submit their documentation to the Admissions Office and continuing students to the Registrar’s Office. Applications for proof of New York State residency can be obtained in the Office of the Registrar, Room 217 Hunter North, Hunter College, 695 Park Ave., New York, NY 10065. If, at the time of registration, proof of New York State residence has not been approved, students must pay out-of-state tuition; if acceptable proof is submitted and subsequently approved by the Registrar’s Office during the semester, a refund will be issued from the Bursar’s Office.

Please note: Veterans who are not New York State residents are charged the same tuition rate as New York State residents for a period of 18 months from the first date of attendance at a CUNY college.

Undergraduate – Matriculated

 
Resident  
  Full-time $3,615/semester
  Part-time $275/credit
Non-Resident  
  Full-time $560/credit
  Part-time $560/credit

Other Undergraduate

 
NYS Resident  
  Non-degree $400/credit
  *Senior Citizen fee $65/semester
  or session (plus a $15 consolidated services fee)  
  *Enrollment on a “space available” basis only  
Non-resident  
  Non-degree $840/credit
Program Specific Fee (in addition to tuition)  
  Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Health Careers Preparation  
      NYS Resident full-time        $500/semester
      NYS Resident part-time $50/credit
      Non-NYS Resident $90/credit

Graduate - other than Master’s in Social Work (MSW), Nursing (MS), Accounting (MS), Education (MA and MS), Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Studio Art; and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)

 
Resident  
  Full-time $5,065/semester
  Part-time $425/credit
  Excess hours $65/hour
Non-Resident  
  Full-time $780/credit
  Part-time $780/credit
  Excess hours $85/hour
Maintenance of Matriculation:  
  Residents $210.00
  Non-Resident $340.00

Masters in Social Work (MSW) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

 
Resident  
  Full-time $6,685/semester
  Part-time $560/credit
Non-Resident  
  Full-time $910/credit
  Part-time $910/credit

Master’s in Nursing (MS) and Master’s in Accounting (MS)

 
Resident  
  Full-time $5,065/semester
  Academic excellence fee $500/semester
  Total per semester full-time $5,565
     
  Part-time $425/credit
  Academic excellence fee $50/credit
  Total per semester part-time $475
     
Non-resident  
  Full-time or part-time $780/credit
  Academic excellence fee $90/credit
  Total per credit full- or part-time $870
     

Effective spring 2016 - Master’s in Arts (MA), Master’s in Science (MS) and Advanced Certificates in Education which prepare candidates for initial certification in the categories of:

 
 
  • General Education across Adolescent, Childhood, and Early Childhood levels
  • Special Education across Adolescent, Childhood, and Early Childhood levels
  • Creative Arts Education and TESOL across K-12 levels
  • As well as Master’s in Science (MS) Degrees in the programs of
    School Counseling and Mental Health Counseling
Resident    
  Full-time $5,065/semester
  Academic Excellence Fee $50/credit
     
  Part-time $425/credit
  Academic Excellence Fee $50/credit
  Total per credit part-time $475/credit
     
Non-resident  
  Full-time or part-time $780/credit
  Academic Excellence Fee $50/credit
  Total per credit (full- or part-time) $830/credit
     

Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Studio Art

 
     
Resident    
  Full-time  $5,065
  Academic Excellence Fee $40/credit
     
  Part-time $425/credit
  Academic Excellence Fee $40/credit
  Total per credit part-time $465/credit
     
Non-resident    
                        Full- and part-time $780/credit
  Academic Excellence Fee $40/credit
  Total per-credit full- and part-time $820/credit

Doctor of  Physical Therapy (DPT)

 
Resident  
  Level I (7 or more credits) $5,460
  Level I part-time $625/credit
  Level II full-time only $3,770
Non-resident  
  Level I and Level II $985/credit
  Level II full-time only $7,240
Excess Contact Hours for Graduate courses that have more contact hours than credit hours  
   NY State residents

 

$65 per excess contact hour
  non-NY State residents $85 per excess contact hour

Combined BA-MA Program:

Students in combined programs will pay undergraduate tuition rates up to the number of credits required to earn a baccalaureate degree in that particular program. Any credits in excess of that number toward the combined degree are billed at the graduate level. A combined BA-MA degree ranges from 120 to 141 credits.

Student Activity Fees

 
Fall and Spring  
  Undergraduate full-time $85.10
  Undergraduate part-time $55.05
  Graduate $13.45
Summer  
  Undergraduate part-time $27.15
  Graduate no fee

Other Required Fees

 

Consolidated Services Fee:

 
 

All students, including Senior Citizens

$15

Technology Fee:

 
 

All students, except College Now and Senior Citizens

 
 

Full-time

$125.00
 

Part-time

$62.50
  General Fees  
  Late Payment Fee $15.00
  Late Registration Fee $25.00
  Change of program fee $18.00
  Maintenance of matriculation (Resident) $210.00
  Maintenance of matriculation (Non-resident and foreign) $340.00
  Excess hours - contact hours in excess of credit hours - (Residents) $65/hour
  Excess hours - contact hours in excess of credit hours - (Non-Residents) $85/hour
  Duplicate Identification Card Fee $10.00
  Special Examinations Fee - first each semester $25.00
  Special Examinations Fee-each additional after the first exam $5.00
  Thesis Binding Fee $15.00
  Duplicate Receipt Fee $5.00
  Transcript Fee $7.00
  Readmission (except non-matriculated) $20.00
  Readmission (non-matriculated) $125.00
  Returned check/EFT Reprocessing Fee $20.00
  Duplicate Diploma Fee $30.00
  Material Fee  
  Certain courses such as laboratory or studio courses, have a material fee. These fees are listed in the course description for each applicable course. The fees will be included in the student’s bill and are payable to the bursar.  

Refunds

Cancellation Policy

 The college’s cancellation policy is both published on our website (www.hunter.cuny.edu/bursar/tuition-fees/cancellation-of-classes) and detailed on student’s online bills. The policy is also outlined in the sched­ule of classes.

CUNY Policy This policy relates to all students who withdraw from courses prior to the 1st day of the 4th week of class. The refund policy is as follows:

  • 100% tuition and fees prior to 1st official day of term
  • 75% tuition only prior to 1st day of 2nd week of term (fees are not refundable)
  • 50% tuition only prior to 1st day of 3rd week of term (fees are not refundable)
  • 25% tuition only prior to 1st day of 4th week of term (fees are not refundable)

Federal Title IV Funds/Pro-Rata Refunds Students who completely and officially withdraw or unofficially withdraw from ALL their class(es) and received Federal Financial Aid are subject to a Return of Title IV Funds Calculation. The college will calculate how much Title IV aid has been earned by the student based on a period of atten­dance. The unearned portion of the Title IV funds must be returned to the Department of Education by the college and the student.  It is recommended that all students who have financial aid and plan to withdraw from classes seek the advice of the Office of Financial Aid before taking any action.

Special Provisions for Students in the Military

The following policies apply to students who leave CUNY to fulfill military obligations. Military personnel for whom these provisions apply must register each semester with the Veterans Affairs representative in Student Affairs, Room 1119 Hunter East. 

Students called up to the reserves or drafted before the end of the semester

  1. Grades In order to obtain a grade, a student must attend 13 weeks (five weeks for summer session).

  2. Refunds A student called up to the reserves or drafted who does not attend for a sufficient time to qualify for a grade is entitled to a 100% refund of tuition and all other fees except application fees.

Students who volunteer (enlist) for the military

  1. Grades Same provision as for students called up to the reserves. In order to obtain a grade, a student must attend 13 weeks (five weeks for summer session).

  2. Refunds The amount of the refund depends upon whether the withdrawal is before the 5th week of classes.

    1. Withdrawal before beginning of the 5th calendar week (3rd calendar week for summer session): 100% refund of tuition and all other fees except application fees.

    2. Withdrawal thereafter: 50% refund.

Other Provisions for Military Service:

  1. Resident Tuition Rates These lower rates are applicable to all members of the armed services, their spouses and their dependent children, on full-time active duty and stationed in the State of New York.

  2. Re-enrollment of Veterans Veterans who are returning students are given preferred treatment in the following ways:

    1. Veterans who were former students with unsatisfactory scholastic records, may be readmitted with a probationary program.

    2. Veterans, upon their return, may register even after normal registration periods, without late fees.

    3. Granting of college credit for military service and armed forces instructional courses.

    4. Veterans returning too late to register may audit classes without charge.

  3. Late Admissions Veterans with no previous college experience are permitted to file applications up to the date of registration and are allowed to begin classes pending completion of their application and provision of supporting documents.

  4. Readmission Fee Upon return from military service, a student will not be charged a Readmission Fee to register at the same college.

  5. Veterans Tuition Deferrals Veterans are entitled to defer the payment of tuition pending receipt of veterans’ benefits.

  6. New York National Guard Tuition Waivers Active members of the New York National Guard, who are legal residents of New York State and who do not have a baccalaureate degree, are eligible for a tuition waiver for undergraduate study

  7. For additional information, see the CUNY policy of military service. policy.cuny.edu/text/toc/mgp/ARTICLE%20VII/Policy%207.10/

Financial Aid Processing Center:

1605 HE
(212) 772-5017

The primary role of the Financial Aid Processing Center (FAPC) is to help students fulfill their tuition obligation by processing financial aid in coordination with the Bursar and Financial Aid Offices. Additionally, this office administers the Federal Work Study timesheets, the Federal Perkins Loan Program, processes emergency loans and monitors all accounts sent to collection agencies.