Rank: 77

CUNY Hunter College

Median SAT/ACT
1160/NA
Enrollment
20,737
Hunter College offers a double benefit for its reasonable tuition: intellectually demanding academics along with the resources, opportunities, and cultural outlets that come with going to college on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The college-one of 11 senior colleges in the City University of New York system-has more than 170 areas of study in its six schools. Particularly strong...
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costs
Est. Full Price 2017-2018
$22,600
% of students who get any grants
56%
Est. price for students who receive aid
$11,800
Average price for low-income students
$5,400
Financial Aid from the College
% of students with need who get grants
82%
% of need met
72%
% of students who get merit* grants
5%
Average merit grant
$3,200
student success
Graduation rate
54%
Average time to a degree
4.7 years
Average student debt
$8,586
Average salary within 5 years
$46,000
% of low-income students who become upper middle class
36%
admissions
Acceptance rate
39%
Median SAT/ACT Score
1160/NA
SAT/ACT required?
Yes
key deadlines
Early decision application
N/A
Regular application
15-Mar

* Share of full-time undergraduates who had no financial need and were awarded grants.

Sources: U.S. Department of Education, Peterson's, PayScale.com, MONEY/College Measures calculations, Equality of Oppourtunity Project.

See what students are saying on Niche.com

Overall the school is good. The professors are very helpful and they care about you. If you are outgoing and like to make new friends, join different clubs and student government. Average class size. The school is great....
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So far, I enjoy being a Hunter student. It is easy to make friends at Hunter. It is a nice environment, there are also many clubs and activities available. Advisors are always available when you need help....
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The professors know what they're teaching, and are passionate about their subjects (at least the ones I've had). The diversity of courses are prevalent. Class sizes range from large lecture halls with around 600-800 people to smaller classes with 20-30 students. Quality of classes differs from professor to professor....
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* Share of full-time undergraduates who had no financial need and were awarded grants.

Sources: U.S. Department of Education, Peterson's, PayScale.com, MONEY/College Measures calculations, Equality of Oppourtunity Project.

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