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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Huntingdon College!

College offices will be closed Dec. 20–Jan. 4. Thank you for remembering HC in your year-end giving!

Walking Tour

Huntingdon College Campus

Huntingdon College Campus

Put on your walking shoes and let’s take a walking tour of the historic Huntingdon College campus! You may view photographs of our campus by choosing a building/location below or take a virtual tour of our campus using eCampusTours.com (make sure you disable your pop-up blocker to view this page).  You may also download and print the Huntingdon College Campus Map PDF. Please note that the building numbers on the PDF map do not match those on this page.  

Buildings and Facilities—Main Campus

  1. Carolyn and Wynton Blount Hall (Residence hall for upperclass students, coed by floor or wing)
    1. 1P. Blount Parking Lot
  2. Bellingrath Hall (Sciences)
  3. Hubert F. Searcy Hall (Residence hall for freshman men) 3P. Searcy Parking Lot
  4. Miriam Jackson Home (Staton Center for Learning Enrichment, Hobbs Honors Program, faculty offices for academic programs in Religion, Phyllis Gunter Snyder Center for Campus Ministries)
  5. John Jefferson Flowers Memorial Hall (Offices of the President, Provost, Admission, Communication, College and Alumni Relations; Jean Rodgers Chapel; faculty offices for academic programs in English, French, Spanish, History, and Teacher Education; and classrooms) 5A. Leon and Myra Allman Ligon Chapel 5P. Flowers Parking Lot
  6. Julia A. Pratt Hall (Faculty offices, Commuter Lounge, Art programs, student clubs and organizations) and Weenona Hanson Hall (Residence hall for upperclass women)
  7. Julia Walker Russell Dining Hall (Includes Stallworth Dining Room)
  8. James W. Wilson Center (Offices of the Registrar, Student Financial Services, Business and Finance, Event Planning, Campus Security, faculty offices for Business, Accounting, Mathematics; and classrooms) 8P. Wilson Parking Lot
  9. John E. Trimble Memorial Building (AISA offices)
  10. The Delchamps Residence (President’s Home)
  11. Ligon Memorial Hall (Residence hall for freshman women)
  12. Seay Twins Art Gallery
  13. Willard D. Top Stage
  1. Massey Beach and Gibbs Tennis Center championship court 14P. Narrow Lane Road Parking Lot
  2. The Hut (Offices of Student Life, Greek Life, Student Involvement, Campus Recreation & Intramurals, Campus Ministries, Student Health Services)
  3. Houghton Memorial Library
  4. Catherine Dixon Roland Student Center (Athletic offices) 17A. College Bookstore 17B. Catherine Dixon Roland Arena 17C. Print and Mail Services Center 17P. Delchamps Parking Lot
  5. Neal Posey Field
  6. Sybil Smith Hall (Music classrooms, practice studios, faculty offices) 19P. Smith Parking Lot
  7. Soccer and Softball Fields
  8. North Tennis Courts—Gibbs Tennis Center
  9. South Tennis Courts—Gibbs Tennis Center
  10. The Green

Bowman Ecological Study Center Golf Courses

Buildings and Facilities—Cloverdale Campus

  1. Cloverdale Administrative Building and Leo J. Drum Jr. Theater
  2. Will and Kelly Wilson Community and Athletic Center, including James W. Wilson Jr. Gymnasium (Athletic offices for football and volleyball)
  3. Dr. Laurie Jean Weil Center (academic programs in Sport Science and Physical Education; athletic offices for lacrosse, wrestling, athletic training; Pro Impact Sports Medicine Clinic)
  4. Theater program supply building; future home of Hawks Wrestling
  5. W. James Samford Jr. Stadium
  1. Charles Lee Field
  2. Buzz Phillips Field House
  3. Cloverdale Business District
Huntingdon’s American Chestnut Trees

no smokingHuntingdon College is a smoke-free campus.