Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

office of student success

Is being in college more difficult than you imagined?
Is being at college boring and you need more out of your studies?
Is being at Huntington not what you imagined?
Is everything going great at HU but you want more?
Are your finances, friends or frustrations overwhelming and keeping you from doing your best at HU?
Do you feel like you are getting the runaround?
Would having a trained and experienced “advocate” step up to the plate, for your best interest, help?
What if you are successful?
What if you are not successful?

There are almost always options!

Lots of people will help you at HU! But when you feel like you are out of options, you have the OSS! The purpose of the office of student success (OSS) at Huntington is to be your advocate, to pull and analyze information for you to give you options that you never knew you had and recommend various creative and pragmatic tactics that will enable you to overcome your obstacles positioning you for success.

You define what “Your Success” looks like. It is our job to help you be successful.

Sometimes, you might feel alone, and not know where to turn. As the old proverb says, “when you are in a hole, quit digging!” dedicated to being available and making sense out of the chaos. More than likely, “we’ve” been doing “success” at college longer than you have been alive. So, we know the academic ropes, the educational policies, the assistance resources, and the magnificent people who can help you be successful at HU.

Our services are confidential.

contact me

Scott Raymond, Executive Director of Student Success
Walk in – Becker 140
Call me – 260-224-8151 (Cell/text),
E-mail me – sraymond@huntinton.edu
Call my HU office – extension 4328
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Retention rates jump for HUThis year, Huntington University saw its highest freshman-to-sophomore retention rate in more than a decade, in part due to freezing tuition and the university’s Loan Repayment Program.
A bright financial futureBrandon and Brenda Borders are the first HU grads to receive Loan Repayment Assistance.