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About the School:

Located in New York, Hunter College is a public institution for higher learning. It was established in 1870 and is a part of the City University of New York. Hunter is also one of the highly ranked colleges in the US. It has an annual enrollment of over 17,000 and educates students in over 170 academic programs.

Hunter College offers a myriad of certificates, professional, master’s, and doctoral programs in the fields of arts & sciences, education, health professions, nursing, social work, and urban public health. Many of its programs are recognized nationally for the achievements of both students and faculty.

The starting average salary for a Hunter College Alumni is around $50,000. The popular careers by major include biological & biomedical sciences, English language & literature, and health professions. Tuition & fees charged by the college on in-state students is around $7,300, whereas out-of-state students pay around $19,000.

Online Presence:

Hunter uses Blackboard learning management system for its online courses. Their website has all the resources and guidelines for distance learning. Refer to those in case you are having any issues. To get the complete list of course offerings, visit its academics page.

Laptop Programs:

Hunter College is providing laptops to students who don’t have a computer to transition to online classes. These loaner laptops are offered free of charge, and students can keep the device through the end of the semester. To know more details about the program, visit Hunter’s laptop loaner program’s page.

Accreditation:

Hunter College has accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).

To know more about laptop programs, click here.