The fully virtual graduation ceremony for the class of 2021 included multiple factual errors.
Macaulay at Hunter, the sociology department and the School of Education are hosting in-person ceremonies for their students.
“That will be a major motivation for people to get the vaccine,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.
From Dec. 24 to Jan. 12, students can change grades ranging from B+ to D to “credit” and change an F grade to “no credit.”
For Hunter students who must limit gatherings because of COVID-19, this will be a Thanksgiving like no other.
To be social in-person, Brookdale residents have to work around COVID-19 restrictions by meeting outdoors.
Hunter’s Vietnamese Student Association didn’t let a pandemic prevent it from getting its annual spook on.
The CUNY board of trustees voted to extend remote classes into spring 2021, while keeping open the option of a transition to in-person learning.
Since the financial aid office began operating remotely, the problem with wait times for students seeking help has worsened.
Grade distribution reports show that Hunter students took advantage of CUNY’s flexible credit/no-credit policy.