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Business administration degree national rankedOffered through the university's EXCEL Adult Degree Programs, the online bachelor’s degree in business administration was ranked ninth in the Top 10 Online Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Programs of 2011.
Bischoff named HU bowling coachHuntington University has announced that Jim Bischoff will join the Forester coaching staff as head coach of the men’s and women’s bowling programs.
LRAP program gains national attentionHuntington University is excited to announce the Loan Repayment Assistance Program (or LRAP for short) to all new freshmen students enrolling full time in the 2011-2012 academic year.
Bernie Hull joined the Board of Trustees in 1965 and served continuously, including six years as chairman, until his death in March. Hull was named chairman emeritus by the Board of Trustees in May. This eulogy was offered at the funeral by his daughter-in-law, Nancy, in remembrance of his life and legacy.
The Race Not Yet RunLearn about plans for the MPERC in the most recent issue of the Huntington University Magazine.
Wilson named interim campus pastorThe Rev. Arthur Wilson is stepping into the role of interim campus pastor for the 2011/12 school year.
The HU softball team has added a local product to its roster for next season with the signing of Southern Wells High School standout Cristin Carter.
The Huntington University men's tennis team has added its first recruit for the 2011-12 year with the signing of Westview High School standout Steve Blinco.
Huntington University men’s soccer coach Russ Lawson is putting the finishing touches on his 2011-12 squad by adding five more players to the roster.
The NAIA has announced the 2011 Men's Golf All-Americans and among the list of honorees was Huntington University’s Jordan Dawes.
Alumna publishes devotional bookA 1972 Huntington University graduate has published a devotional book titled, “Listen to HIS Heartbeat: Drawing from HIS Presence.”
HU education graduates rank top in state for social studies, special education contentHU ranks No. 1 in the state for social studies content and is tied for first in the exceptional needs (special education) category in the Praxis II results for 2009/10.
Administrative reorganization to create new opportunities for Huntington UniversityHuntington University is reorganizing its administrative team to create more opportunities for innovation and entrepreneurial ventures for the institution as well as improving collaborative relationships in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana.

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