On the Upper East Side a few blocks from Central Park, Hunter College’s 68th Street campus is in the heart of a vibrant cultural neighborhood. The main campus includes the Schools of Arts & Sciences and Education, modern laboratory facilities, a nine-story library, sophisticated academic computing services, the Sports Complex with its array of gymnasia and fitness facilities, and beautiful spaces for music, dance, and theatre productions.
Nearby Roosevelt House is home to Hunter’s Public Policy Institute. The Brookdale campus on 25th Street houses the Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing and the School of Health Sciences. The Silberman School of Social Work and the CUNY School of Public Health are in the complex on 119th Street.
Macaulay students at Hunter begin their studies within the School of Arts and Sciences, where they benefit from personalized advising, intellectual and social contact with Hunter’s distinguished faculty, access to internships and study abroad opportunities, and programs in undergraduate research. Macaulay students have won many prestigious honors including the Rhodes, Goldwater, and Truman Scholarships.
- Free dormitory room for the fall and spring semester of your freshman and sophomore years
- Sportsplex is one of the premier athletic facilities in New York City
- Schools of Arts & Sciences, Education, Health Professions, and Social Work