Over 70 Programs of Study
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Music
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Bachelor of Social Work
- Athletic Training
- Masters Degree in Counseling
- Masters Degree in Education
- Masters Degree in Global Youth Ministry
- Masters Degree in Global Missions Leadership
- Masters Degree in Pastoral Leadership
- Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership
- Entry-level Doctoral Degree in Occupational Therapy
- Two 15-week semesters
- A 3-week January term
- Each school year, hundreds of HU students, faculty and staff volunteer thousands of hours of service to those in need -- in our local community, across America, and around the world.
- In an average year, 70-80% of resident students volunteer (more than 11,000 hours each year total)
- A wide range of opportunities are coordinated by HU's Friesen Center for Volunteer Service.
- 17 intercollegiate teams (NAIA)
- In the past decade, Huntington has produced 39 NAIA All-America honors and 234 All-America Scholar Athlete honors.
- Park-like, contemporary, lakeside campus, covering over 160 mostly-wooded acres.
- Over $30 million in new facilities since 1990, including a state-of-the-art science building, arts center, residence halls and athletic venues.
- Located in Huntington, Indiana, a town of 18,000, near Indiana’s second largest city, Fort Wayne—ideal for internships, recreation, and shopping.
- A university-wide approach for spiritual growth featuring traditional chapel services, campus-wide small groups, mid-week Vespers and student-led services, midday prayer gatherings and opportunities for outreach and service.
- Undergraduate students must acquire 30 credits per semester to fulfill the requirement. Most credits are earned through students' attendance and participation in the previously mentioned spiritual growth experiences.
- More than 80% of faculty have earned their Ph.D. or other terminal degree.
- 13:1 student/faculty ratio
High Student Satisfaction
- According to national student satisfaction surveys, Huntington delivers one of the best college experiences in the country.
- We get especially high marks for excellent classroom instruction, knowledgeable faculty, and spiritual growth in and out of the classroom—all exceeding national norms at other Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) schools.
- More than $12 million in grants and scholarships annually.
- More than 90 percent of students receive some form of financial assistance.
- Scholarships: Academics, athletics, music, art, theatre, communications, children of alumni, United Brethren in Christ, Federation Churches, Youth for Christ/Campus Life, graduates of ACSI/CSI Christian schools... and more.
- On average, the typical Huntington financial-aid package covers half of the cost of attendance.
- Click here for more information about tuition and scholarships.
- If you are borrowing for college, Huntington has a loan-forgiveness partnership with Questa Foundation for Education.
More Than a Century of Tradition
- Chartered as Central College in 1897 by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ.
- Renamed Huntington College in 1917 and Huntington University in 2005.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. - Huntington University senior hurler Tanner Wyse was named the baseball Crossroads League Pitcher of the Week for the week of April 10, 2017.
Wyse tossed a complete-game shutout, a 5-0 decision, Saturday against the Bethel College Pilots. The Archbold native (Archbold HS) scattered just two hits and two walks while striking out eight for his fourth win of the year.
The Foresters (18-7) boast an 11-2 league record for the top spot in the Crossroads League standings.…