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Music and Drama Groups

Get Involved in the Arts! Do you sing? Play an instrument? Enjoy acting, theater tech, or costume design? Add your talents to Huntingdon’s awesome arts programs (open to students from

Political Awareness Groups

The Alabama World Affairs Council (AWAC) presents nationally- and internationally-known speakers from both civilian and military life. The mission of AWAC is to promote public awareness and understanding of international affairs as

Student Government

SGA Founded in 1914, the Student Government Association has a long tradition of serving the student body. The purpose of the Student Government Association (SGA) is to represent the rights and

Student Publications

Bells and Pomegranates is the Huntingdon College yearbook. Students who are interested in celebrating and recording the essence of Huntingdon life through the production of the annual yearbook should consider joining

Residence Life Policies

Residence Life Policies Please contact if you have questions about campus residency or commuter policies or procedures after reading the information below. The Huntingdon Village The Huntingdon College Office of

Residence Halls

The Huntingdon Village Freshman Residence Halls First-year students live in either Ligon Hall (women) or Searcy Hall (men). Hall events, programs, and gatherings enhance your first-year experience. In addition, Resident Assistants plan social, cultural,

Housing Application Process

The following information applies to the 2019–2020 academic year only. New, Transfer, or Readmitted Students To register for student housing, submit the online housing application and the online housing contract.


You’re in this Together! The first step in the roommate selection process is to complete your Campus Residency Form and Campus Residency License Contract. These forms and more information regarding

Commuter Parking

The Smith Hall parking lot is dedicated to commuter parking, and commuters may park in the Wilson and Narrow Lane lots, as well. To obtain a parking permit, see the


Want to be involved in athletics, but not necessarily in intercollegiate competition?  Ever wanted to try your game in a new sport, or relive the glory days of driveway basketball

Useful Links – Health and Wellness

Alabama Foundation for Suicide Prevention is designed to facilitate student awareness and use of school resources. This site is dedicated to supporting the mental health and well-being of individuals as

Residence Hall Openings and Closings

Fall Term 2023 Fall 2023 Check-in and Move-in All students, regardless of whether you are a residential or a commuter student, or if you are a returning student or a new

FAQ – Residence Life

Questions about Residence Life? We have the answers! Q:  May I purchase a single room? A:  Students who are sophomores through seniors are eligible to apply for a single room. To

Print and Mail Services Center

Location: Catherine Dixon Roland Student Center, Room 113 E-mail: Print and Mail Services, Phone: (334) 833-4425 College Fax: (334) 833-4486 Hours: Fall and Spring Semesters: Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. Summer Hours: 7:30 a.m.–


Communication The Office of Communications seeks to keep members of the Huntingdon community informed and up-to-date on news and events on campus. To that end, we utilize the following vehicles

Resources for Parents

As you prepare your student to move to his or her college home and to leave your home, you may have some degree of anxiety, concern, or sadness. This final

Health Resources for Students

These health resources have been compiled with your best interests at heart. If you need information about any health topic, be sure to stop by the Office of Student Health

Health Facts

Alcohol Meningococcal Meningitis Tobacco Ebola Policy   Meningitis, flu virus, the affects of alcohol, and other health issues are of great concern to college faculty and staff, students, and parents. The

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