What is the Accuplacer?
Accuplacer tests your knowledge in math, reading, and writing, but Huntington University focuses solely on the math portion. Accuplacer tests help identify your strengths and weaknesses in a given subject area. HU uses your Accuplacer test results, along with information about your academic background, goals, and interests, to steer you toward courses that match your skill level and give you the best opportunities for success.
How do I prepare for the Accuplacer?
We highly recommend that you take advantage of these online resources from the Accuplacer website to sharpen your math skills prior to taking the Accuplacer. Other helpful online resources include the Test Prep Review, as well as these college level study materials from the ARCC Mathematics Department.
As a Christian college of the liberal arts, Huntington offers a wide range of degree programs. Four out of five Huntington University professors have the highest degree in their field (a figure higher than any other evangelical college in Indiana). The student-faculty ratio is kept low, enabling each student to be mentored by outstanding Christian scholars.
Huntington University offers high-quality graduate degrees and professional education challenging you to engage in experiential-aimed scholarship and spiritual development, integrate what you learn into your unique professional context, and transform the community in which you live and serve.
Classes for adult degree programs are offered in Huntington, Fort Wayne, and Columbia City as well as online. Classes are offered in an accelerated five-week format, with classes held one night a week. Online classes allow for maximum flexibility with no requirements of being online at specific times.