Academic Programs: A liberal arts core curriculum leads to a broad range of academic majors, pre-professional programs, and teacher education programs for elementary, secondary, and P–12 levels.
Career Placement: Step into your future with confidence. At Huntingdon you’ll learn what you are called to do, and you’ll be supported along every step of your career path.
Technology: A laptop computer is provided for each full-time day student for use all four years, his or hers to keep upon graduation; wireless and wired Internet access available.
Special Programs: The Huntingdon Plan provides books and information resources, travel-study opportunities during the senior year, the use of a laptop computer; and hands-on learning for every full-time day student. In addition, Huntingdon offers the Staton Center for Learning Enrichment, Joyce and Truman Hobbs Honors Program, academic and pre-professional advising, and a robust Center for Career and Vocation that works with students in preparing their resumes, sharpening their interviewing skills, professional networking, learning their personality types and aptitudes, finding part-time or full-time employment, preparing for graduate school applications, and securing externships and internships, among many other services.
Honors and Distinctions: Huntingdon is consistently listed among U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges.” The 2021 annual College Guide issue names Huntingdon College among the top five regional colleges focused on excellence in undergraduate teaching; among the top 10 Best Values in Regional Colleges—South, and among the top 15 colleges in the region. The Princeton Review has included Huntingdon among its annual release, “The Best Colleges, Region by Region,” for many years. Washington Monthly includes Huntingdon among a list of colleges that contribute to the public good. College Consensus names Huntingdon among the Best Colleges in Alabama and the Best Small Colleges in America. Huntingdon is a Tree Campus USA, and the campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.