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Rankings name HU top in Indiana for economic value
Rankings name HU top in Indiana for economic valueHuntington University has been ranked as the top school in Indiana for its economic value by Educate to Career’s recent college rankings.
Edgel, Ruiz recognized as May Peer Award recipients
The Huntington University Peer Award recipients for May are Molly Edgel, financial aid counselor, and Dr. Matthew Ruiz, associate professor of exercise science.
Five incoming freshmen selected for Horizon Scholarship
Five incoming freshmen selected for Horizon ScholarshipFive incoming Huntington University freshmen have been awarded the Horizon Leadership Scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year. The students will join a program that is helping to create a more racially and ethnically diverse campus.
Living the college dream
The loan repayment program has transformed lives. People are who they are today because they chose to stay at Huntington University. And the LRAP made that possible.
Students recognized with Free to Dream award at banquet
Fears of college costs and rising student debt are deterring many from attending their first-choice college, but some Indiana students are receiving a little help to make their academic and career dreams come true.
Local students awarded ‘Free to Dream’ from LRAP Foundation
LRAP Foundation will be awarding two high-school students from Northern Indiana with the LRAP Free to Dream Award, promising that, if their income after college graduation is low, they will receive help repaying their loans.
Sommers hired as new director of financial aid

Alexander publishes a book

Sommers hired as new director of financial aid

02/12/2013

Mr. Robert Sommers, formerly the head of financial aid at Indiana Wesleyan University, has been hired as HU’s new director of financial aid. Sommers comes to the university having most recently served as the technology coordinator for financial aid at Indiana Wesleyan. Prior to that position, he worked as the Midwest regional director for Edfinancial Services/EdAmerica for four years and director and then executive director of financial aid at Indiana Wesleyan for seven years.

Free to Dream with new LRAP award
Free to Dream with new LRAP awardHuntington University and the LRAP Foundation are partnering together to give more students the dream of a college education.
University to rebuild wireless network, add cloud printing
Huntington University will overhaul its campus wireless network and add cloud printing capabilities during the summer months to greatly enhance the services available to students when they return for fall semester.
University announces tuition freeze for 2013-14
University announces tuition freeze for 2013-14Huntington University today announced a tuition freeze for the 2013-14 academic year. The tuition freeze will apply to all incoming and returning students, including traditional undergraduates, adults enrolled in professional programs, and graduate students.
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