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Hunter Housing Costs

$6,777 On-Campus Room Typical Cost
$1,364 Books & Supplies Typical Cost
$5,763 Other Living Expenses Typical Cost
$10,429 On-Campus Room & Board Typical Cost

What are the Hunter Living Expenses?

Room, board, as well as other expenses will add up to a great deal. How much does Hunter request for these necessities, and just how does it compare to other schools?

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Hunter Room and Board Expenses Hunter College offers nearly all of its classes online. If you are an online student, your living expenses will probably continue as is. Take this into account when planning for your college degree.

Hunter College offers housing options. The on-campus housing cost for a typical student was $6,777 in 2021. Hunter does not provide a meal plan.

The following table outlines average prices at Hunter College both for on-campus and off-campus housing as well as other expenses.

ExpenseOn CampusOff Campus
Room and Board$10,429$17,188
— Housing      $6,777
Other Living Expenses$5,763$5,763
Books and Supplies$1,364$1,364

What is Room & Board Over Four Years? The Projected Sum Comes to $80,607

On-campus housing and dining at Hunter have changed around 7.9% per year these past five years, compared to a nationwide average change of 2.4%. Incoming first year students in 2022 can expect to spend an average of $18,518 for housing and dining expenses based upon existing trends. Associate degree students would pay somewhere around $19,553 in their last year, while those pursuing a bachelor's degree will probably spend about $21,867 for their last year.

Bachelor's degree students will wind up paying a total sum of approximately $80,607 in room and board by the time they complete their degree, while associate degree students will pay a total sum of about $38,072.


* estimated

How to Finance Your Hunter Education?

Details on Campus Living Arrangements

Are you wondering whether you may be required to live on campus? If you are a first-time full-time student, some schools may require it. See the table below to find out whether Hunter does or not, as well as the on-campus housing capacity.

Are Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?No
On-Campus Housing Capacity706

Room, Board & Other Expenses are Above Average

Students at Hunter spend $17,556 to live on campus, however the average student nationwide will pay just $15,282.


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