A successful high school student may be permitted to enroll in Huntington University residential classes as an Early Entry student during their senior year of high school. Early Entry students may not enroll in more than six credits each semester of the senior year before high school graduation. Scores on standardized tests and grades that indicate potential for success at Huntington University, as well as the recommendation of the high school guidance counselor or principal are required. Special tuition rates enable such students to earn college credits at Huntington for later enrollment or to transfer the credits to other colleges.
To be admitted to the Early Entry program, students must fill out the Early Entry application at www.huntington.edu/apply. Admission as an Early Entry student does not guarantee regular admission to the university upon graduation from high school.
Incoming new Huntington University first-time freshmen may take summer classes at the Early Entry tuition rate during the summer between their high school graduation and their first semester of college.
Contact the Office of Admissions for more information regarding the enrollment process and classes available for Early Entry students at email@example.com or 800-642-6493.