Consumer Information

Retention, Placement, and Licensing Rates

Levittown Occupational Education Data Survey (OEDS)
Hunter Business School, Levittown, New York
July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022

Campus Level Standards
Retention: 89%Placement: 78%
Program Level Standards
Program (Certificate/Diploma)RetentionPlacement
Computer Technician Networking Specialist94%73%
Medical Assistant82%84%
Medical Billing Specialist96%74%
Medical Office Administration With Billing and Coding92%71%
Practical Nursing95%78%
Radiologic Technology100%100%
Web Application Design and Development94%75%

Medford Occupational Education Data Survey (OEDS)
Hunter Business School, Medford, New York
July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022

Campus Level Standards
Retention: 85%Placement: 75%
Program Level Standards
Program (Certificate/Diploma)RetentionPlacement
Computer Technician Networking Specialist86%71%
Diagnostic Medical Sonography99%95%
Medical Assistant81%75%
Medical Billing Specialist89%62%
Medical Office Administration With Billing and Coding88%77%

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Retention Rate
The retention rate reported to the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, a nonprofit organization that establishes, maintains, and promotes quality standards for educational programs in Diagnostic Medical Sonography, for 2022 was 96%.

Practical Nursing Licensing Rate
The percentage of graduates from the Practical Nursing program who became licensed under New York State law in 2022 was 67%. Licensing statistics are calculated by calendar year.

Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System

The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) is a system of interrelated surveys conducted annually by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), a part of the Institute for Education Sciences within the United States Department of Education.

IPEDS consists of 12 interrelated survey components that are collected over three collection periods (fall, winter, and spring) each year as described in the Data Collection and Dissemination Cycle.

The completion of all IPEDS surveys is mandatory for all institutions that participate in, or are applicants for participation in, any federal financial assistance program authorized by Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended.

[Wikipedia (2017, December 4). Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Postsecondary_Education_Data_System]

For the National Center for Education Statistics IPEDS Data Feedback Report for 2018 for Hunter Business School, please go here.

Licenses, Accreditations, Approvals, and Memberships

If any student has a complaint relating to Hunter Business School’s Title IV eligibility, administration of the Title IV programs, the quality of education received at Hunter Business School, or the accreditation standards of MSA-CESS, he/she can submit said complaint to

Cancellations and Refunds

  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 900-hour program is divided into two terms, each consisting of 15 weeks. One-half of the total tuition is allocated to each term.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first term, the school may retain<• Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fifth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fifth week of instruction in the term
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the second term, the school may retain
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the term
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 2,470-hour program is divided into five terms. The first and second terms consist of 17 weeks each. The third, fourth, and fifth terms consist of 16 weeks each. One-fifth of the total tuition is allocated to each term.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first term, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fifth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fifth week of instruction in the term
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during any subsequent term, the school may retain
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the term
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 910-hour program is divided into two terms, each consisting of 15 weeks. One-half of the total tuition is allocated to each term.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first term, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fifth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fifth week of instruction in the term
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the second term, the school may retain
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the term
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 910-hour program is divided into five quarters. The first and second quarters consist of 12 weeks each. The third, fourth, and fifth quarters consist of 11 weeks each. One-fifth of the total tuition is allocated to each quarter.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first quarter, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Twenty-five percent (25%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy-five percent (75%) during the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during any subsequent quarter, the school may retain
    • Twenty-five percent (25%) during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy-five percent (75%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the third week of instruction in the quarter
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 180-hour program is completed in one quarter consisting of 11 weeks.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the quarter, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Twenty-five percent (25%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy-five percent (75%) during the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
  5. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 600-hour program is divided into two quarters, each consisting of 10 weeks. One-half of the total tuition is allocated to each quarter.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first quarter, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Twenty-five percent (25%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy-five percent (75%) during the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the second quarter, the school may retain
    • Twenty-five percent (25%) during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy-five percent (75%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the third week of instruction in the quarter
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 600-hour program is divided into three quarters. The first and second quarters consist of 13 weeks each, and the third quarter consists of 12 weeks. One-third of the total tuition is allocated to each quarter.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first quarter, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Twenty-five percent (25%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy-five percent (75%) during the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during any subsequent quarter, the school may retain
    • Twenty-five percent (25%) during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy-five percent (75%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the third week of instruction in the quarter
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 1,332-hour program is divided into three terms, each consisting of 15 weeks. One-third of the total tuition is allocated to each term.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first term, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fifth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fifth week of instruction in the term
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during during any subsequent term, the school may retain
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the term
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of quarters in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the quarter during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous quarters completed.
  3. This 1,332-hour program is divided into four quarters, each consisting of 14 weeks. One-fourth of the total tuition is allocated to each quarter.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first quarter, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fifth week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fifth week of instruction in the quarter
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during during any subsequent quarter, the school may retain
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the first week of instruction in the quarter
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the second week of instruction in the quarter
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the quarter
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the quarter
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 2,080-hour program is divided into four terms, each consisting of 15 weeks. One quarter of the total tuition is allocated to each term.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first term, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fifth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fifth week of instruction in the term
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during any subsequent term, the school may retain
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the term
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.
  1. Students who cancel within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement will have all monies paid returned to them, with the exception of the nonrefundable registration fee.
  2. Thereafter, students will be liable for (1) the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted and (2) tuition liability as of the last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is divided by the number of terms in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the term during which a student withdraws or is terminated and any previous terms completed.
  3. This 900-hour program is divided into two terms, each consisting of 15 weeks. One-half of the total tuition is allocated to each term.
  4. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the first term, the school may retain
    • Zero percent (0%) prior to or during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fifth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fifth week of instruction in the term
  5. If a student withdraws or is discontinued during the second term, the school may retain
    • Twenty percent (20%) during the first week of instruction in the term
    • Thirty-five percent (35%) during the second week of instruction in the term
    • Fifty percent (50%) during the third week of instruction in the term
    • Seventy percent (70%) during the fourth week of instruction in the term
    • One hundred percent (100%) after the fourth week of instruction in the term
  6. Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations.

Any monies paid to the school in excess of the sum due the school by the student who cancels, withdraws, or is discontinued will be refunded within the time required by state and federal regulations. Certificates and/or transcripts will be withheld until the student satisfies all monetary obligations to the school.

Failure of a student to notify the director in writing of withdrawal may delay any refund of tuition due pursuant to Article 101, Section 5002, Standards for Licensed Private Schools and Registered Business Schools of the New York Education Law.