Information for Your Success
Use the academic resources in this section to keep you on track toward graduation.
- Academic Calendars show class start and stop dates, final exam schedules, registration dates, and academic deadlines. College holidays (offices closed/no classes) and In-Service Days (offices open/no classes) are also included.
- The Catalog outlines the academic requirements necessary for graduation. In most cases you will follow the catalog core requirements and program of study under which you entered, even if the curriculum or requirements change during your enrollment. Some exceptions to this policy apply.
- Houghton Library connects you with resources for research and support of your studies.
- Academic advising is a treasured part of the Huntingdon experience. Use your faculty advisers as mentors. Huntingdon faculty are there for you every step of this educational adventure.
- If you feel the need for extended time on tests or have other requests for learning assistance, contact the Ability First Resource Center (see Disability Services).
- The Scarlet and Grey Shop (Bookstore) distributes information resources at the beginning of the semester, collects them at the end of the semester, and provides other supplies you may need to support your studies. The bookstore is also your source for great Huntingdon gear.
- The Center for Career and Vocation, housed in the Office of College and Alumni Relations, is your source for help with resume writing, interviewing skills, internships, part-time jobs while you’re a student, full-time jobs after graduation, and related information regarding your next step.