Welcome to Huntington University! My name is Dr. Sherilyn Emberton, and it is my honor to serve as the 13th president of this great institution. Huntington University celebrates a rich history of faith in Jesus Christ, scholarship and service.
In 2016, we are honoring Christ, promoting scholarship and exhibiting service in many ways. I chose my 5 favorite examples to share with you…
Huntington University is launching a School of Digital Media Arts in Peoria, Arizona. Digital Media Arts programs continue to enroll the largest number of students at Huntington University, and the new opportunity in Arizona will enhance these programs both for new student enrollment and student study exchanges between faculty and sites.
The University’s chapter of Alpha Chi brought home the equivalent of a national championship in winning the national chapter of the year award. Go Foresters!
The doctorate of occupational therapy program (OTD), located on HU’s facility in Fort Wayne, continues to be recognized for excellence, as evidenced by a recent ranking of #1 by the student peer review for occupational therapy students nationwide.
HU celebrated the successful launche of the Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies. New track on Animal Production and Ag Education are planned for 2016-2017!
Students, faculty and staff at Huntington University reach an incredible mark of over $250,000 raised for mission and service abroad efforts including national sites in California, Illinois, Michigan and New York, as well as international projects in China, England, Haiti, India, Israel, Japan, Thailand and Turkey.
I’m so proud of everything that HU has done and is doing! 2016 already shines as a great year, and we look forward to seeing what the Lord will continue to do in and through HU.
Our prayer at Huntington University comes from Psalm 90:17. Pray with us that God will continue to show favor on us and to establish His work with our hands. Our prayer for you will be that He will give you the desires of your heart as you seek His will for your life.
Dr. Sherilyn R. Emberton