Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

student life

The Office of Student Life is here to serve you! We publish the weekly Coffey Break to keep you up to date on campus happenings and opportunities.

Take advantage of our many services designed to help with personal and academic needs. Individual counseling by trained counselors is available on a confidential basis. Seminars and individual counseling in academic skills development are also provided by this office.

Residence directors and assistants are available for mentoring and adjusting to University life. Students are encouraged to seek out these resource persons in addition to faculty and other administrators.

The Learning Center, located in the Loew-Brenn, provides academic support to students in individual or small group settings.

The Career Development Office offers a multitude of services ranging from TEDS online occupation and graduate school searches to seminars on preparing for the job search. The office cooperates with nearby colleges in an annual Job Fair with multiple employer interview opportunities and conducts an annual career fair with returning alumni from a variety of occupations.

Career services are available to alumni.

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news & events

U.S. News ranks HU as ‘Best College,’ ‘Best Value’U.S. News & World Report has ranked Huntington University in the top 15 “Best Regional Colleges,” top 5 “Best Values” and top 5 “Best Regional Colleges for Veterans.” In the 2015 edition of the magazine’s guide to the nation’s Best Colleges, U.S. News named Huntington a top-three school in Indiana and No. 14 in the Midwest.
Community partnerships creates unity among area ministry leadersHuntington University has partnered with community organizations to orchestrate its first collaborative youth ministry conference. The conference aims to aid in developing relations and unity between area ministry leaders.