Huntingdon College


2024 Summer Bulletin

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Admission Procedures

Transient Status

Communications regarding courses, attendance as a transient student, and requests for a transient application should be addressed to the Office of the Registrar. An individual desiring to study as a transient student must submit a completed transient application and written certification of good standing from the institution in which the student is regularly enrolled, signed by the student’s Registrar or Academic Dean. These documents must be submitted and approved by the Huntingdon College Registrar (334-833-4431) prior to registration for any summer session.

Admission as a Freshman or Transfer Student

A person who plans to apply for admission as a freshman or transfer student and initiates attendance during the summer should contact the Office of Admission (334-833-4497) for application procedures in advance of the opening date of the summer session.

Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid


  • Cost, per semester hour…………………………………………………………………………. $566
  • Audit, per semester hour……………………………………………………………………….. $566

Typically, tuition for a three credit hour course would cost $1,698.

Course Fees
Music CoursesFee
Accompanist Fee Instrumental students for 2 half-hour lessons–1 credit hour$100
Accompanist Fee Voice students for 2 half-hour lessons–1 credit hour$125
Recital Fee in Music (MUAP499-I, P, V$25
Studio Instruction Music (2 half-hour lessons–1 credit hour)$500
Sport Studies CoursesFee
SSPE207 Emergency Care and Injury Prevention$30
SSPE309 Outdoor Recreation$30
SSPE312 School Health Education$30
Teacher Education CoursesFee
EDUC235 Human Growth, Development, and Learning$160
EDUC321 General Secondary Methods$140
EDUC348 Reading II$150
EDUC436 Practicum in Elem Educ/Collab Spec Edu$140
EDUC437 Practicum in K-12$140
EDUC439 Practicum in Collaborative Spec Educ 6-12$140
EDUC488 Internship in Collaborative Spec Educ (6-12)$300
EDUC490 Internship in Elem Educ/Collab Spec Educ (K-6)$300
EDUC497 Internship in Secondary Education$300
EDUC498 Internship in K-12$300
MUSC321 Music in the Elementary School$140
MUSC498 Internship in P-12 Music$300
SSPE431 Methods of Teaching Physical Educ in Sec Schools$140
SSPE498 Internship in Physical Education P-12$300


Housing may be available based upon demonstrated interest of any current Huntingdon College student.

Payment Policy

Payment is due in full by the first day of class for each Session. For Session I, payment in full is due on Monday, May 6. Payment in full is due for Summer Session II classes on Monday, June 17. A Summer Deferred Payment Plan fee of $100 will be charged to students attending summer classes or students charged for summer housing if a balance is not paid in full by Wednesday, July 24. Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services at 334-833-4428 for information regarding payment of tuition and other charges and fees.

Financial Aid

Federal financial aid will be determined individually based on courses taken and eligibility. No institutional aid is offered for summer sessions. An exception is made for mandated Veteran Affairs institutional matching funds and Employee Scholarship funds.  Dropping or withdrawing from a course may reduce aid eligibility (if applicable). CONSIDER THIS CAREFULLY BEFORE DROPPING OR WITHDRAWING FROM A COURSE.

Course Load Reduction Refund Policy-If a student reduces his or her course load, the following schedule will be followed to determine the amount of refund:

Session ISession II% refund
May 6 – 7June 17 – 18100%

No refund of tuition will be made for dropping from a class after May 8 for Session I, or June 19 for Session II.

Withdrawal Refund Policy– If a student receiving Title IV aid for the term voluntarily withdraws from the college by dropping all courses during the summer term, the college will follow federal guidelines to determine the amount of federal aid the student has earned and the amount of institutional charges based on the percentage of the term completed.

Motor Vehicle Registration

All student vehicles must be registered with the Campus Security Office located in the Wilson building. Campus Security will issue a parking decal, which must be prominently displayed, and provide parking regulations when a vehicle is registered. The College reserves the right to ticket or tow vehicles in violation of the parking regulations. Parking fines must be paid before transcripts will be released.

Administrative Office Hours

The Administrative Offices of the College are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. mid-August through mid-May and 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. mid-May through mid-August. The official address is:

Huntingdon College
1500 East Fairview Avenue
Montgomery, Alabama 36106

Contact information for the Office of the Registrar is (P) 334-833-4431, (F) 334-833-4313 and The College’s home page is located at

Academic Policies and Procedures

  • A typical load is six semester hours per session. Permission to exceed a seven hour load is limited to students with exceptional grade records, and must be secured from the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College.
  • Enrollment changes – A student may not add a class after the third day of the beginning of a Summer 2024 session. Dates for dropping or withdrawing from a course are indicated in the 2024 Summer Calendar.
  • Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) is reviewed following the end of the Summer semester. Students can be placed on Academic Probation, Academic Suspension, or Good Standing following the Summer semester.
  • A supplemental learning management system (LMS) provided by Canvas is used for courses and requires internet access. Student Canvas courses are not automatically generated upon a student’s registration into a course via the Campus Cafe registration process. Registered students are given access to the Canvas LMS class one week prior to the class beginning.
  • Courses listed as Online (OL)/Distance Education are considered online courses.  Distance Learning/Online courses are not available to California (CA) resident students, per federal guidelines.  Courses designated as Distance Learning/Online are notated with the section “OL”
    • Individual online classes may have specific requirements for physical attendance for tests/presentations.  Specifics regarding required physical attendance can be obtained from the instructor.
    • Online courses may require the student to secure proctoring services (and cover associated fees for services) for specified assignments.  Specifics regarding those requirements are available from the instructor.
  • Enrolled students who do not have any attendance/participation as of the third day of the beginning of a Summer 2024 session will be administratively dropped from the course.

The 2023-24 Catalog should be referred to for other academic policies and procedures.

2024 Summer Calendar

November 27MondaySummer Pre-Registration Period Begins* 11:30 a.m.
April 12FridaySummer Pre-Registration Period Ends* 11:30 a.m.

* On Monday April 15, 2024, the College will begin to reevaluate which courses will be offered and which will be cancelled based on enrollment.

Eligible students will be permitted to register after the end of the Registration Period until the end of the Drop/Add period.

Session I

Date Day Event
May 6 Monday Classes begin.
May 7 Tuesday Drop /Add period ends – Last Day to receive a reduction in tuition charges due to course load reduction.
May 16 Thursday Last day to withdraw from a course without grade penalty and receive a “W.”
May 27 Monday Memorial Day – No Classes/Offices Closed
May 28 Tuesday Last day to change to P/N grading, audit or noncredit in courses.
June 3 Monday Last day to withdraw from course without grade penalty and receive a “WP” or“WF.”
June 11 Tuesday Classes end.
June 12 Wednesday Final Exams (during regularly scheduled meeting time).
June 14 Friday Grades due to the Office of the Registrar by 12:00 p.m.

Session II

June 17MondayClasses begin.
June 18TuesdayDrop /Add period ends – Last Day to receive a reduction in tuition charges due to course load reduction.
June 19WednesdayJuneteenth – No Classes/Offices Closed
June 27ThursdayLast day to withdraw from a course without grade penalty and receive a “W.”
July 4ThursdayIndependence Day – No Classes/Offices Closed
July 9TuesdayLast day to change to P/N grading, audit or noncredit in courses.
July 15MondayLast day to withdraw from course without grade penalty and receive a “WP” or“WF.”
July 23TuesdayClasses end.
July 24WednesdayFinal Exams (during regularly scheduled meeting time).
July 26FridayGrades due to the Office of the Registrar by 12:00 p.m.

Schedule of Classes & Final Examinations

The schedule of classes published for the summer sessions are for informational purposes. The College reserves the right to cancel any class for which there is not sufficient enrollment or for other reasons deemed in the best interest of the institution. The credit in semester hours and the time the class is offered appear after each title.  Courses in Marine Science are available to Huntingdon College students with the Marine Environmental Science Consortium housed at Dauphin Island Sea Laboratory (DISL). Further information can be obtained from the Biology Program, specifically Dr. Paul Gier.  In order to be enrolled at both DISL and the corresponding HC class for credit, students will need to complete an enrollment form for Summer registration related to DISL courses for credit. Internships are available to Huntingdon College students.  Students should contact the Coordinator of Internship Development.

Please consult the 2023-2024 Huntingdon College Catalog course descriptions for prerequisites.

For in person instruction, lecture classes typically meet 4 days a week (Monday through Thursday; MTWR) for 1 hour and 45 minutes each meeting day and labs typically meet twice a week for 3 hours and 30 minutes each meeting day.

Final exams will be held on Wednesday, June 12th for Summer Session I and Wednesday, July 24th for Summer Session II.

Session Course Title Instructor Day Time Room Start Date End Date
MSESI ACCT201-OL Principles of Accounting I C. Clark 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII ACCT202-OL Principles of Accounting II C. Clark 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT510-01 Emergency and Acute Care in Athletic Training D. Bothwell V. Henderson W,TH 08:00a-11:00a WE105B 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT511-01 Orientation to Clinical Education in Athletic Tra D. Bothwell V. Henderson M 12:00p-02:00p WE105B TH 12:00p-02:30p WE105B 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT512-01 Anatomical and Physiological Basis of Injury and J. Ballard D. Bothwell M,TU 08:00a-11:00a WE105B 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT513-01 Community Health Promotion and Injury Prevention i J. Ballard V. Henderson TU,W 12:00p-03:00p WE105B 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT514C-01 Clinical Education in Athletic Training I D. Bothwell V. Henderson 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT540-01 Pharmacology in Athletic Training J. Ballard TU 08:30a-11:30a WE103 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT541-01 Psychological Aspects of Sport in Athletic Trainin J. Ballard M 11:00a-02:00p WE103 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT543C-01 Clinical Education in Athletic Training IV D. Bothwell 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
GMAIN ATHT544-01 Organization, Administration and Management in Athletic Training V. Henderson M 09:00a-10:30a WE103 05/13/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI BADM200-OL Introduction to Business J. Goodson 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI BADM203-OL Quantitative Methods in Mgmt J. Deloach 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI BADM220-OL Diversity in the Workplace A. Rowe 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII BADM302-OL Business Law C. Clark 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI BADM311-OL Business Finance C. Balit-Moussalli 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII BADM312-OL Principles of Management A. Rowe 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESII BADM333-OL Entrepreneurship J. Goodson 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESII BADM499-OL Sr. Capstone in Bus Administratio J. Goodson 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI BIOL101-OL Principles of Biology E. Dudley 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI BIOL141-OL Medical Vocabulary E. Hare 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI BIOL161-OL Environmental Science G. Ehinger 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI CALL300-OL Perspectives on Ethics and Vocation L. Davis 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI CHEM105-OL General Chemistry I D. Jackson 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII CHEM106-OL General Chemistry II J. Patterson 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI CHEM115L-OL General Chemistry I Laboratory D. Jackson 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII CHEM116L-OL General Chemistry II Laboratory J. Patterson 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI CHEM305-01 Organic Chemistry I J. Berch M,TU,W,TH 10:00a-11:50a BGB4 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII CHEM306-01 Organic Chemistry II J. Berch M,TU,W,TH 10:00a-11:50a BGB4 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI CHEM315L-01 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory J. Berch TU,W 01:00p-04:30p BGB8 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII CHEM316L-01 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory J. Berch TU,W 01:00p-04:30p BGB8 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI CMST201-OL Introduction to Communication E. Rogers 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI ECON201-OL Principles of Microeconomics C. Balit-Moussalli 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII ECON202-OL Principles of Macroeconomics C. Balit-Moussalli 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESII ECON206-OL Personal Finance J. Deloach 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESII GEOG200-OL Historical Geography B. Ball 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI HIST111-OL World Civilizations I B. Ball 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII HIST112-OL World Civilizations II B. Ball 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI HIST205-OL American History to 1877 B. Ball 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII MATH154-01 College Algebra L. Veazey M,TU,W,TH 10:00a-11:50a WI210 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESII MATH155-OL Precalculus Mathematics L. Veazey 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI MATH171-OL Introduction to Statistics J. Barnett 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII MATH255-OL Calculus I J. Barnett 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI PSCI209-OL World Politics C. Primiano 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII PSYC201-OL General Psychology K. Bodily 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI RLGN240-01 Biblical Interpret Christ Ethics J. Moore M,TU,W,TH 10:00a-11:50a FL203 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESII RLGN242-OL Biblical Interpret in Church History L. Davis 06/17/2024 07/24/2024
MSESI SSPE302-OL Organization and Administration S. Shoffner 05/06/2024 06/12/2024
MSESI SSPE332-OL Sociology of Sport S. Shoffner 05/06/2024 06/12/2024

Non-Discrimination Statement

Huntingdon College is committed to a policy against legally impermissible, arbitrary, or unreasonable discriminatory practices. Therefore, Huntingdon College, in accordance with Title IX and Section 106.8 of the 2020 Final Rule under Title IX of the Education Amendments

of 1972, other applicable federal and state law, and stated College policy, prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex. Furthermore, Huntingdon College, in accordance with applicable federal and state law and stated College policy, prohibits discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived gender, gender identity, race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, age and/or national origin in its education program or activity, including admission and employment.

Huntingdon College also prohibits retaliation against any person opposing discrimination or participating in any discrimination investigation or complaint process internal or external to the institution. Sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking are forms of sex discrimination, which are prohibited under Title IX by policy

Any person may report discrimination (whether or not the person reporting is the person alleged to have experienced the conduct), and may do so in person, by mail, by telephone or by email using the contact information below.

Inquiries and/or complaints that are not related to disability discrimination can be addressed to:

Huntingdon College Title IX Coordinator
Eric A. Kidwell
1500 East Fairview Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36106
Email: and telephone: 334-833-4420 (This number is for discrimination-based reporting.)

Huntingdon’s full policy and process, including an online reporting form, may be found at:

Inquiries and/or complaints may also be addressed to (though it is advised the College’s process be first utilized):

Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
Office for Civil Rights (OCR), National Headquarters
U.S. Department of Education
Lyndon Baines Johnson Dept. of Education Building
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-1100

Telephone: (800) 421-3481
Fax: (202) 453-6012;
TDD:(800) 877-8339

Student Access Services

Within any resolution process related to this policy, Huntingdon College provides reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities when that accommodation is consistent with state and federal law. For disability-related inquiries or complaints:

Huntingdon College Director of Student Access Services/504 Coordinator
Dr. Lisa O. Dorman
1500 East Fairview Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36106
Email:  and telephone: 334-833-4465 (This number is for requesting disability accommodations.)

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