To access Hunter College's catalog online, begin on the institution's home page and click on the Academics tab. On the next page, click Catalogs in the menu on the right side of the page to access the course catalog page.
On the Catalog page, a drop down list lets users choose either an undergraduate or graduate catalog. This page also provides access to archived catalogs for the 2000 to 2010 school years, as well as links to general information about the college, the institution's foreign language requirement, course descriptions, programs of study and lists of faculty. There are also links to specific schools within the college, such as arts and sciences, education, nursing and public health.
A search box on the page allows users to search by keyword. An advanced search option lets users explore within specific parameters, such as course or program descriptions.
Hunter College was founded in 1870 as the Normal College, a women's school for prospective teachers. Hunter later became part of The City University of New York and has over 22,000 students. The college has six schools with more than 55 undergraduate and 70 graduate programs. It is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.