Undergraduate Admissions

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Christ. Scholarship. Service. 

At Huntington University, we do more than provide you with a nationally-recognized education. We help you discover who God wants you to be through building the whole you. And when it comes to building the whole you, nobody does it better.

That’s because Huntington provides the premier Christian college experience. A solid foundation for the rest of your life. A close-knit, Christ-centered community where you belong.

If you're still on the path to becoming a Forester or if you're just beginning your college search, keep scrolling! All the information you need is right here. 

If you need to contact the Office of Admissions for any reason, feel free to email us at admissions@huntington.edu or call us at (260) 359-4000. 

Financial Aid

The purpose of the Office of Financial Aid at Huntington University is to provide assistance to students who can benefit from further education but who cannot afford to do so without such assistance. HU’s first priority in providing financial assistance is to full-time students living on campus who excel in academic achievements and performance areas. Many of the awards are need-based, although several important awards are not. Our competitive tuition and fees work together with financial aid and payment options to make a Huntington University education a possibility for many students. For more information and scholarship opportunities, visit our scholarship page.

If you come from a North American minority background, make sure you check out Huntington University's Horizon Leadership Program!

Schedule a visit to campus!

Visit once! Visit twice! Visit as often as you'd like, just visit! Come check out a class, meet your future faculty, eat lunch in the Dining Commons, and interact with your future classmates. We want you to experience Huntington University and all it has to offer. 

You may visit us as part of a group visit day or, if you prefer, schedule a personalized visit, and we offer campus visit options during the summer. All you have to do to visit is fill out the visit form

Become Part of the Forester Family

Test-Optional Admissions


Save money. Save time. Jumpstart your future!

Huntington University’s concentrated programs will allow you to earn your bachelor’s degree in three years. The 1-in-3 degree program is designed for those students who are dedicated and focused in achieving their life goals and who would like to take an expedited journey through college.

Even though you’ll save time and money, you won’t miss any of the traditional college experiences.

Follow these steps to become part of the Forester Family!
  1. Complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
  2. Visit campus 
  3. Select your New Student Advising Day
  4. Create an eRezLife Profile for on-campus housing or complete the off-campus housing application 
  5. Sign up to receive the Coffey Break 
  6. Finalize your payment plan
  7. Consider student employment opportunities 
  8. Prepare your technology with these recommendations for computers and necessary software
  9. Purchase textbooks 
  10. Send your final high school transcript to admissions@huntington.edu
  11. Submit dual credit college transcripts and/or AP scores for college credit
  12. Save the date for move-in on August 22, 2024

Alternative Education Options