The application process for admissions to the Nutrition and Foods Science major is open to all students that meet the eligibility requirements and prerequisites (see below). Please see the application steps below.
-Admission to the program occurs once a year, in the Fall semester.
-Official transcripts of all high school and previous colleges (if applicable) are required
-TOEFL is required if undergraduate degree is from a country where the official language is a language other than English
-Proof of Immunization is required. You can download the form at http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/studentservices/counseling-and-wellness/wellness/forms. A copy of a non-Hunter form confirming the required immunization is acceptable (WHO card, employer form, or form submitted to another college.) The form is not required of CUNY students if it was previously submitted to Hunter College.
3. All official transcripts and supporting documents must be sent directly to:
University Application Processing Center
PO Box 359023
Brooklyn, NY 11235-9023
Follow the instructions at: http://cuny.edu/admissions/undergraduate/afteryouapply/after-you-apply-transfer.html
Applications received after the filing deadline will be considered on a space available basis.
Admission to the Nutrition & Food Science major is a competitive, selective process.
Admission to the NFS major is in the FALL only.
The UAPC processes applications for both Hunter and non-Hunter applicants. You should be notified of the decision status via email within 6-8 weeks of receipt of a completed application.
You may inquire into your status at the UAPC online site or by contacting UAPC via email or phone. You will need to provide your full name, social security number or CUNY application identification number, date of birth, and the semester for which you are applying. The office of CUNY School of Public Health is not informed of application status.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ,Telephone:(212) 997-CUNY (2869)