Hunter College is a pretty decent school. Academics are great, top notch for the price, great location too. Professors can be a hit or miss as for grading, but all of them definitely know what they're talking about. It can be stressful at times if you're a commuter (which most people are) with getting around and making it to class on time. But the plus side is, you're right near central park! And a 6 train away from everything. Clubs are definitely really active on site, with a lot of bake sales and free food to keep your broke tummy full. The little events held by the clubs and USG are mostly the only real social points of the school year. Besides these events, Hunter can be a really antisocial school- everyone's bustling around on a New York minute trying to get their own stuff done, without much time to socialize. If I was staying in the city, I would probably choose to go to this school all over again but I'd much rather dorm at an away school, just to get the full college experience, I kind of regret not moving away for school, but everyone's different.