Online Degree Application Process

Take the Next Step

Advancing your career, taking life in a new direction, and embracing personal transformation are all just a few steps away. One task at a time, one class at a time, you’ll be on your way to earning a degree that helps you do more. Get started today by following the application process below.

Want to chat with us about your plans? Contact the admissions team at to schedule a visit and meet with an online programs admissions counselor over a cup of coffee.

Step 1

Complete the Online Application

Step 2

Tell Us About Your Goals

At the end of your application, there are a couple of questions to help our team get to know you and understand your educational goals. The online admissions team can help review this application requirement with you prior to application submission. 

Step 3

Request Transcripts

We require official transcripts from your graduating high school and each college you have attended, if applicable. Please contact each school and ask them to send an official transcript directly from the school to Huntington University via mail (Attention: Online Degree Programs; address listed above) or via

If you have taken at least 24 credit hours of college coursework at a regionally accredited college or university, you do not need to request your high school transcript.

Step 4

Financial Aid

If you plan on using federal financial aid, please be sure to complete the FAFSA online at using HU's school code (001803).

Learn more about financial aid at Huntington University by visiting the Office of Financial Aid webpage or by contacting the financial aid team at or (260) 359-4326.

Please review the tuition and fee information for Huntington University’s online degree programs. If you have questions, please feel free to contact the Business Office at (260) 359-4283.

We want to hear from you! Our admissions team is ready to connect with you and guide you through the enrollment process. Start a conversation by sending us a message via email or giving us a call at (800) 600-4888.