The Campus and Montgomery
Students find a comfortable home away from home on Huntingdon’s beautiful main campus, nestled in the historic residential neighborhood of Old Cloverdale. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the campus features buildings of Collegiate Gothic architecture that surround a naturally picturesque park-like setting known as the Green. Just across the street from the main campus is the Cloverdale Campus, home of Hawks football, Lady Hawks volleyball, Hawks and Lady Hawks lacrosse, and the Leo J. Drum Jr. Theater, among other programs. View a campus map (PDF) or take a walking and virtual tour of Huntingdon’s main campus, visiting buildings and facilities. A list of the College’s buildings and facilities can be found on the tour or in the Huntingdon College Catalog.
Of course, the best way to see Huntingdon's campus and to feel the friendly atmosphere of the College, is to plan a campus visit. We welcome you!
Montgomery, Alabama, is the convergence of history with the future—a blend of Old South charm with New South sizzle. Visitors to Montgomery are awed by the history that surrounds them in this capital city. From the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement, many of the events that shaped American culture happened in and around Montgomery.
Today, Montgomery leads the way as the heart of the New South: progressive, vibrant, and culturally alive. On campus, students are minutes away from a variety of attractions, including the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, the Montgomery Zoo, Riverwalk Stadium (home of Montgomery Biscuits baseball), the Montgomery Performing Arts Center (in the Renaissance Hotel), downtown restaurants and shops, the state archives and legislature, ballet and symphony performances, international business centers and offices, and numerous historic landmarks. Just a block away from campus are the quaint shops and restaurants of the Old Cloverdale Business District.
Montgomery is within easy driving distance of Birmingham (90 miles), Atlanta (170 miles), the Gulf of Mexico (160 miles), and New Orleans (300 miles). The area enjoys a pleasant climate, featuring warm summers and mild winters.
A list of hotels, a map of the area, and airport transportation is included for your convenience as you plan your visit to campus.