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Admitted Student Checklist
FAQ – Deposited Students
A: New freshmen and transfer students are placed in classes for the first semester by the Office of Academic Affairs. Students receive their schedules during New Student Orientation and may make adjustments at that time or during a designated time period, if necessary.
A: Don’t worry! Exploring and finding new paths for your life are what a liberal arts education is all about. If you don’t declare a major, you will begin as an “undeclared” student. There are selected advisers who work with students who haven’t yet declared a major. They will help you choose your first semester of classes and will work with you to choose a major that suits your interests, goals, and talents.
A: Roommates are selected on the basis of your responses to the roommate questionnaire in the housing forms you complete.
A: If you and a friend have chosen to room together, you must both indicate that you would like to room with each other on your respective housing forms. Freshmen live with freshmen.
A: Roommates are selected during July and selections are communicated toward the end of the month. After you receive notification, you should be in touch with your roommate in order to coordinate what you will bring to the room, as well as the décor (if that matters to you).
A: Your room assignment accompanies the information about your roommate. You can learn about room dimensions and more about the halls under the Student Life/Residence Life section of the website.
A: Yes. Once you receive your student ID (during Big Red Weekend), go to the Office of Student Financial Services, where you can add as much money as you would like to your ID card or purchase a Commuter Meal Plan. Your ID is then used as a swipe card when you eat meals in the DH or purchase items at The Coffee House or The POD. You may also pay at the door per meal.
A: For incoming freshmen and transfer students from 2016 forward, books and information resources are included within the cost of your student fee. Your books and information resources will be handed out during Big Red Weekend.
A: We put together a fairly comprehensive list of what you can pack for college under the Residence Life section of the website, but each student will bring items that suit her or his interests and needs.
A: Yes to both questions. Parking regulations are controlled by Campus Security.
Questions? (334) 833-4497 or 800-763-0313
New Student Deposits
New Student Deposits are applicable to U.S. citizens for the first semester of enrollment. International Students should consult the International Admission information for deposit amounts. Deposits are refundable if requested in writing before May 1 for fall term. Submit your Enrollment Deposit online or send via USPS.
- Campus Residents: $250.00
- Commuters: $200.00
Send Official Final Transcripts or New Student Deposits to:
Huntingdon College Office of Admission
1500 E. Fairview Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36106
Final transcripts must be mailed directly from your high school or college to the Huntingdon College Office of Admission, and must be received before Orientation.
- Campus Residency Form—must be completed by each incoming traditional day student who wishes to live in campus housing.
- Campus Residency License Contract—must be completed by each incoming traditional day student who wishes to live in campus housing.
- For questions or assistance, contact the Office of Residence Life, (334) 833-4349.
- Commuter Application—must be completed by each incoming traditional day student who meets the eligibility requirements to either commute from a home/permanent residence or from another off-campus residence.
- For questions or assistance, contact the Office of Residence Life, (334) 833-4349.
All Incoming Students
- Health Form (if you are over age 19, you may complete this form yourself; if you are under age 19, a parent or guardian must complete this form)—must be completed by all incoming traditional day students (submit along with an official report of your immunization record and health insurance card.)
- TB Skin Testing Report (PDF)—must be completed by the health care provider ONLY FOR THOSE STUDENTS whose answers to questions on the Health Form/Tuberculosis Questionnaire section warrant the completion of a TB skin test. Download this form, print, complete Part 1, and take it to your health care provider, if this form is necessary.
- Parent Communication and Information Form—must be completed by a parent of an entering traditional day student (dependent students only).
Settle in. Orientation eases you into college life and into Huntingdon College.
During Orientation, students meet in groups led by Orientation Leaders (OLs), who are Huntingdon upperclassmen. Each OL’s main goal is to welcome incoming students into the Huntingdon family and to assist in the college transition of the newest Hawks. At the same time, parents attend sessions designed just for them.
If you have questions, your admission counselor will be happy to assist you: (334) 833-4497 | (800) 763-0313 | email@example.com.
New Student Orientation Sessions, Students Entering Fall 2019
- Session I: Thursday, June 20, 2019
- Session II: Thursday, July 25, 2019
- Session III: Friday, August 16, 2019, Late Registration combined with Big Red Weekend Check-in
Preparing for Your Visit—Download the App!
- Students, Parents, and Guests: To facilitate your orientation experience, please download the Huntingdon Connect app through your iTunes or Google Play Store. Create your account and verify your email with the text message code. Answer the “tell us who you are” question by selecting either prospective student or parent/guest. Once downloaded, the name of the app changes to HawkWings. Click the “campus” tab at the bottom right to see all of the helpful resources and the Orientation Day Schedule.
- See our campus visit information for hotel and air transportation information, directions to campus, and a campus map.
What to Bring to Orientation
- Be sure you have submitted all of the Enrollment Forms online at least one week prior to your orientation session, and paid your Enrollment Deposit.
- Bring physical copies of your enrollment paperwork (particularly for financial aid, health forms, etc.)
- Proof of immunization
- Government-issued photo identification or valid driver’s license
Big Red Weekend
2019 Check-In Schedule
*An asterisk denotes a mandatory College event.
- 7:30 a.m., Check-in and Move-in for New Resident Students Who Attended a Summer Orientation Session* (for new students who attended a Summer Orientation session but who have not moved into residence halls previously); begins at Catherine Dixon Roland Student Center
- 9:30 a.m., Check-in (and Move-in) for New Resident or Commuter Students Who Did Not Attend a Summer Orientation Session*; begins at Catherine Dixon Roland Student Center
- 10:30 a.m., Check-in for New Commuter Students Who Attended a Summer Orientation Session*; begins at Catherine Dixon Roland Student Center
- 11:00 a.m., to 1:00 p.m. Lunch served in Julia Walker Russell Dining Hall; (Students, no charge; Parents/Guests, $8.00)
- 1:00 p.m., Schedule Distribution for Students Who Did Not Attend a Summer Orientation Session (note that you must have checked in during the designated morning session); Wilson 208-209
- 2:00 p.m. Computer/Information Resource Distribution* (all new students); Roland Arena
Note: Big Red Weekend events from 5:00 p.m. Friday forward are for students only
- 5:00 p.m. Dinner; Julia Walker Russell Dining Hall
- 8:00 p.m. Residence Hall and Commuter Student Meetings*; Searcy and Ligon Halls
- 9:00 p.m. ‘Rec’ the Night; Roland Arena/Hawks’ Nest for open gym, Nancy’s Italian Ice, Games
- 10:00 a.m., Hawk Talks for Football Players Traveling with the Team*; Ligon Chapel
- 1:30–4:00 p.m., Hawk Talks for All New Students*; Ligon Chapel
- 8:00 p.m., Band Party, Top Stage, The Green
- 1:00–5:00 p.m., Scarlet and Grey Shop (Bookstore) Open for Book and Information Resources Distribution (all new and returning students who entered under the Book and Resources Information Plan), Roland Student Center
- 2:30–4:30 p.m., Gathering and Rehearsal for New Student Members of Concert Choir*; Smith 201
- 4:30–5:30 p.m., Welcome Back Reception for Elementary/Collaborative Special Education Students; Flowers 107
- 7:00 p.m. Honor at Huntingdon Convocation* (All New Students; Sunday Dress Required), Ligon Chapel
Held the Friday and Saturday before classes begin in the fall, Big Red Weekend is a mandatory event for incoming freshmen and is highly encouraged for incoming transfer students, both residents and commuters. BRW includes numerous activities for new students, including distribution of I.D. cards, laptop computers, and books and information resources; academic information sessions; social and service events; and time to get to know your classmates and your college home. New resident students (who have not already moved in for fall sports or other commitments) move into their residence hall rooms on the Friday of BRW.
Big Red Weekend 2019: August 16–17
For Parents: Resources to Keep You in Touch
You have spent your student’s whole life preparing him or her to take this next step. Thank you for trusting Huntingdon College for your student’s college home.At Huntingdon, the success of every student is the focus of everything we do. As you see ways where we can improve our services or provide information that you can’t find on our website, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to receive important communications from the College meant for parents of traditional day students, please take a moment to complete the Parent Communication and Information Form. Also see our helpful reference list of offices and reasons why these offices are generally contacted to help answer any questions you may have.