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I’m a first-time-in-college student seeking a bachelor’s degree.
I’m an undergraduate student who wants to transfer with existing credits
I’m a former student, a non-degree seeking student, or a visiting student.
Huntingdon College believes strongly in the value of students’ early exposure to career possibilities. Gaining observation and hands-on experience in a career field informs your career choices in many important ways.
Admission to Huntingdon College is granted on a rolling basis for the fall and spring semesters. Prospective freshmen are encouraged to apply as early as possible after completion of the junior year of high school.
Admission decisions are based on a variety of factors, including strong secondary school preparation demonstrated by course selection and grades, college entrance examination scores, individual achievements and interests, and other indications of ability to benefit from the college experience.
Applications are evaluated based on a student’s official high school transcripts at the end of the junior year (11th grade) to determine initial acceptance and re-evaluated after the student’s high school graduation to determine final acceptance.
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*College admission standardized tests (ACT or SAT) are not required for admission purposes, however, students who have earned ACT/SAT scores may present those scores for scholarship award consideration.
Note: Students who are admitted by December 1 for the following fall term and who qualify may apply for consideration for Academic Merit Scholarships.
After you have completed the application process, your file will be evaluated and a decision will be communicated as soon as possible. Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis.
Huntingdon College welcomes applications from students who wish to transfer from other regionally accredited colleges and universities. Transfer applications are reviewed and admission decisions are reached after the required information has been received by the Office of Admission.
Transfer students who have earned 24 or more semester hours with a cumulative 2.00 GPA are accepted by the Office of Admission based on college credit only. Transfer students who have earned less than 24 semester hours are evaluated based on the guidelines for freshman admission, including high school transcripts.
Transfer students who have completed a semester of hours with a 2.0 GPA or higher who are enrolled “in progress” with the necessary credit hours to meet the 24-hour threshold will be evaluated on college work only. Following completion of the semester in process the files will be reevaluated for accuracy of the admission decision and confirmation of the 24-earned hour requirement.
Transfer Scholarships are determined by a student’s cumulative academic grade point average. For students who have attended more than one post-secondary institution, the academic grade point average will be calculated from all colleges and universities attended.
You may begin the need-based financial aid process after October 1 of the year prior to fall admission.
Huntingdon welcomes applications for admission from:
Because of the prohibitive costs involved in processing international student admission, Huntingdon College does not process international student applications at this time.
For assistance, please contact the Office of Admission at (334) 833-4497 or 800-763-0313.
If you are a former Huntingdon College student who wishes to return to Huntingdon, please submit an application for admission to the Office of Admission. Students who have attended other institutions during their absence from Huntingdon must have official transcripts and financial aid transcripts (whether aid was received or not) sent from each institution attended. An interview with the vice president for enrollment management or provost may be required as part of the readmission process. Students who are readmitted must receive clearance from the Office of Student Financial Services and the Registrar’s Office before they may register and attend classes. Please refer to the Huntingdon College Catalog for possible changes in degree requirements.
Students who do not wish to seek a degree but who would like to enroll for one or more courses should print and complete the Special Student Application for Admission, submitting it to the Huntingdon College Office of Admission, 1500 E. Fairview Ave., Montgomery, AL 36106. Part-time, non-degree-seeking students, designated as Special students, may register for regular courses through the Registrar’s Office. Registration is subject to the following restrictions:
Transient status is available to students regularly enrolled and in good standing at another college or university who desire to attend Huntingdon College. To be considered for transient admission, submit a letter of good standing or a transient form indicating good standing and pre-approved courses from your home institution. This information should be presented to the Huntingdon College Registrar’s Office at the time of enrollment.