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 Business Administration
- Masters Degree in Counseling
- Masters Degree in Education
- Masters Degree in Global Youth Ministry
- 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 78% 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 sophomore ace Mason Shinabery was named the Crossroads League Baseball Pitcher of the Week as announced by the league earlier this afternoon.
Shinabery tossed a one-hit shutout and collected ten strikeouts against just one walk in the Foresters’ 5-0 win at Saint Francis. The right-hander has issued just eight walks on the year to rank 16th in the NAIA.
The Foresters (13-13) boast an 11-1 league record for the top spot in the Crossroads League…