School Catalog will bring you to the current Hunter Business School catalog, where you can discover facts about the school, the admissions process, the various programs and course descriptions, financial information (including loans), and general policies and information. See below for a little introduction.
History and Philosophy
Hunter Business School was founded in 1972 for the purpose of providing quality career training through intensive and innovative programs. The original mission was expanded in 1999 to include a change of ownership and new programs for Medical Assistant and Computer Technician Networking Specialist.
In keeping with this mission, we have added the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ultrasound), Practical Nursing, Web Application Design and Development, and Radiologic Technology programs to complement Hunter Business School’s existing offerings.
Hunter Business School’s mission is viewed as a living, organic expression of potential growth, but at its root still remains essentially the same.
To provide students with the opportunity to receive a high quality education for the career best suited to their ability, interest, and ambition in an educational environment characterized by high expectations and staffed by professionals who are knowledgeable, compassionate, supportive, creative, and effective. As a result, we can provide the best training that enables our students to enter or enhance their career in the shortest amount of time without sacrificing the quality and depth of the training experience.
Equal Opportunity in Education
Go here to learn about Hunter Business School’s policy against discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment, assault, and violence.
Go here to read Hunter Business School’s notice of nondiscrimination.
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, admissions process and other consumer data regarding programs leading to gainful employment, please visit Consumer Data Regarding Programs Leading to Gainful Employment.
Classes will not be in session on these holidays.
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day – 01/21/19
- Presidents’ Day – 02/18/19
- Good Friday – 04/19/19
- Memorial Day – 05/27/19
- Independence Day – 07/04/19 to 07/05/19
- Labor Day – 09/02/19
- Rosh Hashanah – 09/30/19
- Yom Kippur – 10/09/19
- Columbus Day – 10/14/19
- Veterans Day – 11/11/19
- Thanksgiving – 11/28/19 to 11/29/19
- Christmas Recess – 12/24/19 to 01/01/20
In addition to the holidays above, there are no evening classes the week of July 4.
- July 1, 2019 through July 5, 2019
Notice of School Closings
The closing of Hunter Business School in inclement weather will be announced on the school’s website and Facebook page. For the most up-to-date information, a message will also be posted on the school’s answering machine.