Take Note

A NIGHT OF HALLOWEEN MUSIC

Friday, October 31, 7:30 p.m., Ligon Chapel; costume contest; free and open to the public

Cost of Attendance

Mystery Trip photo

2014 Mystery Trip to DC and meeting with U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions ’69

Huntingdon’s tuition is a bargain among national liberal arts colleges, while our class sizes, student-to-faculty ratio, and placement rates are among the best in the country.  Recognized as one of the “Best Southeastern Colleges” by the Princeton Review, Huntingdon provides a number of benefits to full-time day students as part of the Huntingdon Plan, including a personal laptop computer (yours to keep upon graduation), international travel-study during your junior or senior year within regular educational costs; Fixed Tuition; and an outstanding liberal arts education that focuses on critical thinking and communication skills.  In short, Huntingdon provides an invaluable education at a real value.

Huntingdon College administers millions of dollars of financial assistance annually in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study to nearly 100% of full-time day students.  This assistance comes from College, federal, state, private, and community sources.