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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.

We have also added a new program beginning in June 2024 called the Nurse Aide program. Follow the link to read about it.

Here you can find information on school tuition and fees.

Attendance Standards

All students must attend 80% (90% for Practical Nursing and Radiologic Technolog) of their total program class hours.

Refer to course syllabi for additional attendance requirements that apply to specific courses. Clinicals and externships require 100% attendance.

  • Each student is required to maintain a minimum attendance of 80% (90% for Practical Nursing and Radiologic Technology) per course.
  • If at the end of each evaluation point of a term or quarter your attendance is less than 80% (90% for Practical Nursing and Radiologic Technology) or less than 100% in clinic or externship, you will receive a “W” (Withdrawal) and be required to retake the course.
  • Training will be terminated following 14 consecutive calendar days of absence. Readmission is at the discretion of the director of education. If a student is terminated, he or she is still financially responsible for all charges.

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.

Equal Opportunity in Education

Go here to learn about Hunter Business School’s policy against discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment, assault, and violence.

Nondiscrimination Notice

Go here to read Hunter Business School’s notice of nondiscrimination.

School Holidays

Classes will not be in session on these holidays.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day – 01/15/24
  • Presidents’ Day – 02/19/24
  • Good Friday – 03/29/24
  • Memorial Day – 05/27/24
  • Juneteenth National Independence Day – 06/19/24
  • Independence Day – 07/04/24
  • Labor Day – 09/02/24
  • Rosh Hashanah – 10/03/24
  • Columbus Day – 10/14/24
  • Veterans Day – 11/11/24
  • Thanksgiving – 11/28/24 to 11/29/24
  • Christmas Recess – 12/24/24 to 01/01/25

Evening Students

In addition to the holidays above, there are no evening classes the week of July 4.

  • July 1, 2024 through July 5, 2024

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.

Hours of Operation

  • Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday closed

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