Orientation is a dynamic program designed to guide you through your transition into college life, in general, and Huntingdon College, in particular. The program provides an opportunity for students to connect with other incoming students, meet upperclassmen as mentors, interact with faculty and staff, register for fall classes and receive more information about academics and student life at Huntingdon. A separate program for parents is held simultaneously at each session to better acquaint parents with College services and resources.
At Orientation, students meet in groups led by Orientation Leaders—select sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have enthusiasm and knowledge and want to share both with you. These students are chosen for their strong leadership abilities, their consistent character, and their love for Huntingdon. Their main goal is to welcome incoming students into the Huntingdon family and to assist in the transition of the newest Hawks.
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION SESSIONS, 2016:
- Session I: Thursday and Friday, June 16–17, 2016, Orientation & Registration
- Session II: Thursday and Friday, July 28–29, 2016, Orientation & Registration
- Session III: Thursday, August 18, 2016, Orientation & Registration
Schedules, what to pack, and other information available soon. Check back!
The bookstore will be open so that you can plan ahead for book purchases or rental costs or even buy your books later in the summer.
During Orientation, meals and on-campus housing are covered for each incoming student. For two accompanying individuals (parents/siblings/grandparents/etc.), meals are provided, although accompanying participants must obtain off-campus accommodations. Additional accompanying participants may attend at a rate of $40.00 each and must also obtain off-campus accommodations.
See Plan Your Visit for hotel and air transportation information, directions to campus, and a campus map.
Incoming students receive orientation information automatically after their deposits are received. If you have any questions about orientation, your admission counselor will be happy to assist you.