As we stay home and keep ourselves and our families healthy and safe, students — and colleges — must use this time to socially distance productively. Toward that end, Hunter is planning to offer the most diverse menu of summer courses in its history, featuring top scholars, teachers and practitioners, so students can turn a lost season into a productive one. At the same time, recognizing that many students will be unable to secure summer jobs to help pay for their education, Hunter is working to make summer offerings more affordable. To date, we have raised more than $300,000 from generous donors like Jonathan and Mindy Gray. It has provided nearly 500 students with funds to help shore up their financial situations.