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Huntingdon College is a community of faith and wisdom preparing skilled leaders to serve a new world. Celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2004, Huntingdon serves the United Methodist Church and the Southeast, providing an outstanding liberal arts education in an atmosphere that supports spiritual growth and inquiry. Huntingdon's Enrolment consistently represents 25 states and more than 13 countries.

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Huntingdon College:

  • is grounded in the principles of the Christian faith;
  • is rich in community interaction and activities;
  • intentionally prepares students to be mature and responsible adults;
  • gives students skill sets enabling them to be leaders; and
  • maintains the principle that there is no higher calling than to be of service.
Huntingdon's liberal arts curriculum provides students the basis for discovering their talents, interests, and strengths, and for finding what they are called to do with their lives. The College's unique Huntingdon Plan provides a laptop computer for each student's use, and opportunities for travel/study within regular educational costs.

The Huntingdon Plan

Huntingdon College is a community of faith, wisdom, and service, committed to developing skilled leaders to serve a complex world. We strive to wholly educate the student while remaining true to our motto: "Enter to grow in wisdom. Go forth to apply wisdom in service. "A Huntingdon education embodies the College's commitment to its mission and motto and includes:

  • A laptop computer for each first-year student for use all four years; and yours to keep at graduation.
  • An outstanding liberal arts education and personal choice in a broad range of core courses. The Huntingdon core addresses skills and knowledge necessary for professional success: writing, communication, a second language, and a fundamental knowledge of Western culture through historical and biblical study.
  • Hands-on learning, such as research, experimentation, writing, working, interning, travel, and service.
  • Travel/study opportunities in the U. S. and abroad. Students have traveled in organized groups or in individual experiences to six continents in recent years.
  • Huntingdon is about people. Students know and are known by their faculty and their peers. Nearly 80% of classes have fewer than 20 students. The low student-to-faculty ratio is 15:1.
  • Levelized tuition guarantees that the tuition first-year students pay will be the same for each of their four years at Huntingdon!
  • Personalized academic advising and special advising for career, pre-professional, and first year experiences


International Students

Huntingdon College is pleased to receive and review applications for admission from international students. Since correspondence for international admission can be extensive and time consuming, it is strongly recommended that students apply by May 15th for the fall semester, and by October 15th for the spring semester. Basis of Selection Academic Preparation Entrance Examinations Financial Verification International Student Application Procedure International Students Enrolment Verification Procedures Additional Responsibilities

CONTACT

 

Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, Flowers Hall

1500 East Fairview Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama 36106



Tel. : (334) 833-4497

 1-800-763-0313

Fax: (334) 833-4347

Email: admiss@huntingdon.edu

Website: www.huntingdon.edu

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CONTACT

 

Office of Admissions and Financial Aid, Flowers Hall

1500 East Fairview Avenue, Montgomery, Alabama 36106



Tel. : (334) 833-4497

 1-800-763-0313

Fax: (334) 833-4347

Email: admiss@huntingdon.edu

Website:

www.huntingdon.edu

  United States Universities, Colleges and Schools