Enter to Grow in Wisdom
This is education for the real world. Critical thinking. Involved learning. Creative problem-solving.
From your first year forward, you will be challenged to think beyond comfortable boundaries, to explore new ways of knowing, and to learn what you are called to do with your life. A broad liberal arts core curriculum introduces you to subjects you have never thought about and careers you have never considered.
Take your education into your own hands through involved learning opportunities, such as internships, student-faculty research, service, independent study, travel-study, academic clubs. and honor societies. You will graduate with a resume filled with experiences gained both inside and outside the classroom.
See Accreditation and Memberships for information about Huntingdon’s accreditation and academic affiliations.
- Dr. Tom Perrin, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, Flowers Hall, Room 107
- Ms. Elizabeth B. Rogers, Director, Office of Academic Affairs
- Dr. Michele Scharff Olson ’86, Director, Institutional Review Board (IRB) for Human Subjects Research; Senior Clinical Professor, Sport Science and Physical Education
- Dr. Sarah Sours, Associate Dean of Faculty, Flowers Hall, Room 109
- The School of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; Dean: Dr. Kristine Copping The School of Fine Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences includes the following departments: Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, and Psychology; Fine Arts; History and Political Science; Language and Literature; and Religion.
- The School of Applied Sciences, Mathematics, and Natural Sciences; Dean: Dr. William Young The School of Applied Sciences, Mathematics, and Natural Sciences includes the following departments: Accounting and Business; Biology; Chemistry; Mathematics; and Sport Science and Physical Education.
- The W. James Samford Jr. School of Graduate and Professional Studies; Dean: Dr. Maureen Kendrick Murphy ’78. The W. James Samford Jr. School includes the Evening Studies Program, the Master of Athletic Training Program, and future graduate programs to be developed.
- The School of Teacher Education; Dean: Dr. Carolyn Corliss
- Department of Accounting and Business, Dr. Jane Goodson, Chair
- Department of Biology, Dr. Erastus C. Dudley, Chair
- Department of Chemistry, Dr. Doba Jackson, Chair
- Department of Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, and Psychology, Dr. Siobahn Stiles, Chair
- Department of Fine Arts, Dr. Brandon Slocumb, Chair
- Department of History and Political Science, Dr. Blake Ball, Chair
- Department of Language and Literature, Dr. Jennifer Fremlin, Chair
- Department of Mathematics, Dr. Johnathan Barnett, Chair
- Department of Religion, Dr. Stephen Sours, Chair
- Department of Sport Science and Physical Education, Dr. Sara Shoffner, Chair
- Department of Teacher Education, Dr. Carolyn Corliss, Chair
- Maryann Mooney Beck ’92, Registrar
- Dr. Lisa Olenik Dorman, Dean of Academic Enrichment; Professor of Physical Education and Sports Studies; Section 504/ADA Coordinator; Director of the Ability Sport Network
- Faculty Athletic Representative. Dr. Sara Shoffner, Assistant Professor of Sport Management
- Dr. Sidney J. Stubbs, Vice President for Institutional Research and Accreditation; Office of Institutional Research
Houghton Memorial Library
- Mr. Eric A. Kidwell, Director of the Library, Title IX Coordinator
- Ms. Joel Godfrey, Administrative Assistant
- Houghton Memorial Library website
Thomas and Emma Staton Center for Academic Enrichment
- Dr. Lisa Olenik Dorman, Dean of Academic Enrichment
- Staton Center for Academic Enrichment
Joyce and Truman Hobbs Honors Program
- Bria Rochelle-Stephens ’18, B.A., M.Div., Vice President for Strategic Academic Initiatives; Director of the Huntingdon Presidential Fellows Program
- Joyce and Truman Hobbs Honors Program