Traditional Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2014-2015
Welcome to Huntington University!
Founded in 1897, Huntington University provides high-quality, Christ-centered education. U.S. News & World Report ranks Huntington among the best colleges in the Midwest. Four out of five Huntington University professors have the highest degree in their field (a figure higher than any other evangelical college in Indiana). The student-faculty ratio is kept low, enabling each student to be mentored by outstanding Christian scholars.
At Huntington, you are given the opportunity to
Impact your world...
for Christ, in Scholarship, through Service.
Learning to live fully and courageously; acquiring the intellectual emotional and spiritual maturity needed to live in a challenging, fast-paced world; these are the most difficult tasks facing you as a young adult.
Huntington is firmly committed to educating the whole person, exposing you to the broadest spectrum of human knowledge and helping you to order your inner life so that you can live with joy and dignity.
Huntington is committed to a strong liberal arts education. Regardless of the major selected, you will be introduced to the primary areas of learning through a program of liberal studies. You will also select one area for intensive study so that you may be well prepared for your chosen profession or for advanced study.
Within our philosophy of higher education, Huntington provides a firm foundation of religious instruction and experience in an atmosphere of Christian love. It is our conviction that each individual should find at Huntington an environment that will encourage the fullest development of a vital Christian faith.
The provisions of this Catalog are not to be regarded as a contract between any student and the University. Course content and University regulations governing admissions, tuition and campus life are under constant review and revision.
The University reserves the right to change any provision, regulation or requirement set forth herein and the right to withdraw or amend the content of any courses described herein as may be required or desirable by circumstances.
Final editing responsibility for this Catalog lies with Registrar Sarah J. Harvey. Questions related to interpreting policies should be addressed to the Academic Dean of the University.
Accreditations and Policies
Current Academic Catalog
Archived Academic Catalogs
2013-2014 Academic Catalog - Download full PDF (1.5 MB)
2011-2013 Academic Catalog - Download full PDF (3.5 MB)
2009-2011 Academic Catalog - Download full PDF (4.8 MB)
2007-2009 Academic Catalog - Download full PDF (11 MB)
2005-2007 Academic Catalog - Download full PDF (4.90 MB)
2004-2005 Academic Catalog - Download full PDF (1.37 MB)
2002-2004 Academic Catalog - Download full PDF (0.98 MB)