CUNY Hunter College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (7)
It was hard, challenging and life changing!!
Great education for a reasonable price. If going to SW School and are a resident of NY State I would highly recommend Hunter College. Private college for Social Work is twice as much for same education.
I learned a lot of a Hunter and had great professors. It's a commuter school, so it's not a traditional college campus environment and it may not be for everyone. But if you're really focusing on your studies and you are looking for quality instruction, I'd highly recommend checking out Hunter!
I wouldn't choose Hunter again if I could do it over for my Masters of Urban Planning. The program was lacking in both great teachers (most were just okay - even if they had real world experience). Also, Hunter's Master of Urban Planning program has absolutely Career help or advice. You better know someone or you're all on your own and in this economic climate, that's not good. Hunter in itself is just a series of three towers (16 stories each) and getting to class in an elevator only (escalators go up to 6th floor I think) takes too much time. There is no green space whatsoever and it's a commuter school to the max.
If you are a NY State residence I would highly recommend Hunter as you get a great education for half the price as competing private schools.
My college experience was fine. I enjoyed my classes and the friends I met. My school was a good fit. I felt it was both challenging and rewarding. My career services was helpful when I was looking for a job which resulted in an internship.
No, I would have chosen Business.
In school, take the time to go to college fairs to learn about different jobs. If you find a job that interests you speak to your career services advisor to see if they are looking for an intern. Also speak to your education advisor, about what classes will prepare you for that specific industry or role. In college, be focus and work hard but enjoy your experience.
I loved Hunter because it introduced me to my major, Community Health Education.
Yes. I plan to purse a Master's in Public Health (MPH).
While enrolled, complete as many internships that you can to advance your knowledge in the field that interests you. Also, dedicate an efficient amount of time to your job search during your final year. Do not wait until after you graduate.