Huntingdon’s tuition is lower than the national average for independent higher education, while financial aid and scholarships are generous. In addition, Huntingdon is the only college in the region to offer Fixed Tuition, meaning that your tuition will not increase for four consecutive of full-time day enrollment. In the chart below, Huntingdon costs are reported for 2014–2015. All other colleges’ costs are for the 2013–2014 academic year.
|School||Tuition||Room & Board/Fees||Total|
|Huntingdon College||$23,500||$9,600||$33,100 *|
|Spring Hill College||$29,054||$13,166||$42,220|
*Huntingdon Costs for 2014–2015 are based on Fixed Tuition, which promises that your tuition will remain the same during four consecutive years of full-time enrollment. No other college in the region offers this promise.
Note: Huntingdon is a private college and therefore does not differentiate between in-state and out-of-state students in assigning costs.