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Huntingdon College recognizes that college financial planning is of great importance to you and to your family. We work to make a Huntingdon education affordable for every student who desires to enroll. That’s why Huntingdon ensures equal access for all learners to the educational benefits provided through the Huntingdon Plan: books and information resources, use of a laptop computer (yours at graduation), active learning opportunities in every major, and travel/study opportunities during the senior year—all within regular tuition and fees.
Nearly all of Huntingdon’s undergraduate students receive some form of institutional scholarship or grant and federal aid.
The pages in this section will inform you about the types and amounts of undergraduate financial aid available from Huntingdon in the form of grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study from federal, state, and institutional sources. You will also find instructions for completing financial aid and scholarship application processes, accepting your financial aid offer, tuition and fee costs, and student payments, billing, and accounts.
A quality college education is one of the most important investments you will ever make. In this changing world, graduates need the best preparation possible as they enter their professions. In this age, technological competence, global awareness, ethical and responsible leadership, respect for values, and sound critical thinking skills hold more importance than ever before. If Huntingdon is your first choice college, we will do all we can to make the education of your dreams both accessible and affordable.
If you have questions, please contact the Office of Student Financial Services or one of the following offices: