Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

general information

On Campus

Fax and copy machines are available for your use from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday in the Conference Office.

Lobby phones are available in each of the residence halls for local or credit-card calls.

Take time for a tour of the Robert E. Wilson Art Gallery or a stroll through the Arboretum, both located on campus.

Visit our bookstore, located in the Huntington Union Building, for reading material, supplies, or souvenirs.

We ask that you respect the standards of behavior adhered to by college personnel; drinking of alcoholic beverages, smoking, or dancing is not permitted on campus.

Near Campus

Thornhill Nature Preserve and Reiff Nature Center, owned by the University and located approximately 10 miles from campus, offer a beautiful outdoor environment for hiking and nature study.

For shopping, a movie, or dinner at a restaurant, visit downtown Huntington or take a short drive to nearby Fort Wayne. Click here for information. 

The Huntington area features numerous parks and outdoor recreation areas, including the Sunken Gardens in Memorial Park, Lake Clare on the east side of Huntington, Huntington Reservoir, Salamonie Reservoir, and the Salamonie State Forest. A number of public golf courses are available in the Huntington area.