Academic Planning

So, what does it take to earn a Hunter degree? 120 credits made up of Core Requirements, a completed major and elective courses. At least a 2.0 GPA. Application for graduation. It’s challenging work, but we have the resources to help you get it done.

Let’s get started on your college career.

Get Support & Achieve Success

Hunter’s rigorous academic standards are a big part of why you chose to study here, but we know juggling it all can be stressful. We’re here to help you along the way so you can achieve your goals.

  • The Office of Advising will assign you peer and professional advisors to help walk you through your course choices and help you come up with a strategy if things get tough. You will also have a departmental faculty advisor to assist you with anything related to your major.
  • Get tutoring help and academic support at our learning centers.
  • If you are a student with a disability, the Office of AccessABILITY collaborates with you and all departments and divisions of the college to facilitate and advocate for you and maximize your potential.

Think Long-term

Visit the Office of Prestigious Scholarships, the Office of Career Development, and Pre Professional advisors early to include future goals into your college plan.