Appeals, Special Circumstances and Transcript Requests
If you are experiencing an emergency that will impact your academics please reach out to your faculty and administrative advisor for support. Locate your advisors through the Advisors Page.
To resolve registration issues after the registration appeal period has ended, submit the School of Education Dean’s Request. Please note, a request requires extenuating circumstances. Students are not approved if two or more classes have been missed.
To appeal a registration or financial issue, please use the Dean’s Request form. Please note, a course refund request requires extenuating circumstances. 100% refunds are only considered for students who have never attended a course. Fees are non-refundable. The review adheres to the colleges published deadlines for add/drop and refunds. Students are only permitted one request during the time in their program.
Course refunds due to COVID-19 are not permitted. CUNY has extended the deadline to withdraw from a course for Spring 20. Additionally, students can elect to take all Spring 20 courses as Credit/No Credit. For support in navigating your options for Spring 20, please contact your faculty advisor or administrative advisor.
All matriculated graduate students who have exceeded the time limit allowed for the completion of their degree, are required to file an application for time extension. Please complete the form at the link below, sign digitally and email to email@example.com. We will support with gaining any additional required signatures.
To request a Leave of Absence, please complete the form and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Matriculated students are eligible for up to two semesters of leave. This form is to be used for Graduate matriculated students only. This form is not an authorization for an official withdrawal of courses in progress. You must still drop any in progress courses in CUNYfirst. When you wish to resume your graduate studies, you must file a readmission application with the Admission’s Office.
A Graduate Degree student who is not registered for any course(s) but is completing other degree requirements for graduation must complete the registration procedure by registering to maintain matriculation (for maintenance fee). A student must be on file for the semester in which they are planning to graduate. If you have been out of attendance for one semester or more, you must file for readmission to Hunter College. Students may not register for other course work during the semester in which they maintain matriculation. You will be prompted to log in with your Net ID in order to complete the form.
Students wishing to withdraw from their program must contact their School of Education faculty advisor, drop all courses in CUNYfirst and complete the program withdrawal form.
Pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Hunter College does not release personally identifiable education records without the written permission of the student whose education records are involved. This includes to spouses, family and friends. If you wish to have your education information released, please complete the following form.
Depending on your circumstance submit to OneStop or the Hunter College School of Education Office of Academic and Student Affairs at email@example.com.