Room 217 Hunter North Building
One Stop combines the most vital administrative services at Hunter College into one conveniently located office in Room 217 Hunter North Building. The One Stop incorporates the information services of the Registrar, Bursar and Financial Aid Offices. The One Stop is designed to help students navigate the administrative arm of the college by eliminating most of the “traveling” previously done between offices. In addition, The One Stop is conveniently located within the Registrar’s office around the corner from the Bursar, Financial Aid and Admissions Offices, one floor up from the Hunter College Welcome Center and one floor down from the Medical Office.
Many of the forms and services available in the One Stop are also available on the One Stop web pages at http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/onestop.
Registration Procedures: Prior to each registration period, the registrar’s office develops a Schedule of Classes, available via CUNYFirst. Students are assigned registration dates and times based upon their academic progress. Prior to each registration, an e-mail is sent to students at their “myhunter” email address alerting them that their registration appointment has been established. Students may then view their appointment time online by accessing their CUNYfirst student account at http://home.cunyfirst.cuny.edu.
Each semester, as instructors submit grades, the grades are available for viewing at the student’s CUNYfirst account. Students should pay careful attention to their grade and if there are any errors, contact their instructor immediately.
Access to CUNYfirst is available at the CUNY web page at www.cuny.edu or at www.hunter.cuny.edu. Students may register, drop or withdraw, view their transcript, current schedule, current bill, change their non-permanent address or phone number, view open course sections and access their registration appointment times. All course registration is performed at CUNYfirst via each student’s CUNYfirst account.
Students wishing to register for courses at another CUNY campus may do so by applying for a CUNYePermit, also available in CUNYfirst. Effective fall 2004, grades for courses taken on permit are posted to students’ records and are computed in the GPA.