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    Hunter College
   
 
  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018

The Office of the Bursar


238 Hunter North
(212) 772-4401
www.hunter.cuny.edu/bursar ; bursar@hunter.cuny.edu

The Office of the Bursar collects all tuition and fees and other funds for the college in accordance with CUNY policies and procedures set forth by Federal, State, and City Government.

Method of Payment for Tuition and Fees

Students may pay for tuition and fees by cash, check, or money order in person at the cashier windows; through the mail using a money order or check; online by credit card (MasterCard, American Express, VISA or Discover); or an EFT from a bank account. A 2.65% processing fee is charged for each credit card transaction. All checks and money orders must be made payable to Hunter College in U.S. currency only and mailed to the Bursar’s Office, 238N. The college will only accept payments of cash, checks and money orders at the Bursar Office cashier windows. Students can make payments online using their credit card or an electronic funds transfer from their bank checking/savings account. Additional details concerning payment options are available online at www.hunter.cuny.edu/bursar.

Financial Obligations

Students are expected to settle their bill by the college’s designated due dates. Pursuant to CUNY policy, students who have unsettled bills by the term start date may be subject to cancellation for non-payment. Student accounts that remain unpaid for one semester or more are turned over to the university’s collection agency. Students who have a negative service indicator (stop) for unpaid balances will not be permitted to register for classes or obtain a transcript.