In accordance with the Higher Education Act, Huntingdon College is pleased to provide the following information. Reports will be updated for current year information as it becomes available.

If you have questions, need assistance or would like a paper copy of any of this information, please contact:
Office of Institutional Assessment and Compliance • Flowers Hall 107 • 334/833-4416 • oir@huntingdon.edu

Academic Programs - Huntingdon College provides degree programs in both the traditional and Evening Studies programs. More information is available at the link below regarding specific degrees, a list of faculty and other instructional personnel; instructional, laboratory, other facilities for use by the academic programs; and, satisfactory progress standards, specifically what is expected to maintain satisfactory academic standing and progress toward the baccalaureate degree. [More Information]

Accreditation - Huntingdon College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate and associate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Huntingdon College. More information regarding Huntingdon College's regional accreditation information, regional accrediting agency contact information for questions and comments about Huntingdon College's accreditation, state approvals and other accreditations and memberships is available at: [More Information]

Articulation Agreements - Huntingdon College currently has articulation agreements with Enterprise State Community College, James H. Faulkner State Community College, Jefferson Davis Community College, Jefferson State Community College, Lawson State Community College, Northeast Alabama Community College and Southern Union Community College. These agreements are applicable only through the Evening Studies Program.

Campus Safety and Security Reporting - In compliance with the Cleary Act, Huntingdon College annually provides information on the safety and security of the College. The link below contains information regarding the law enforcement authority of Campus Security and its working relationship with State and Local agencies; how to report crimes to Campus Security and/or appropriate law enforcement agencies and the procedures following a reported crime; Huntingdon College's annual Campus Crime Report, which provides statistics for occurrences on or near campus for various crimes, including criminal offenses, crimes of prejudice (hate crimes), and liquor, drugs and illegal weapons violations for the previous three years are available in this report; emergency response and evacuation procedures, missing student notification procedures, Huntingdon College's annual Fire Safety Report, which contains information about campus fire safety practices and standards, as well as, statistics for fire related incidents in the most recent calendar year. [More Information]

Screenings and Vaccinations - In the interest of the health and safety of the entire Huntingdon community, Huntingdon College equires that students have their immunization records up-to-date, be screened for tuberculosis (according to recommendations from the Alabama Department of Public Health), and undergo other recommended immunizations and screenings. The Huntingdon College Health Form, required of all students upon entrance to the College, is included in the Enrollment Information Packet. Specific policies regarding vaccinations are available online at Screenings and Vaccinations.

Copyright Infringement/Peer-to-Peer File Sharing - The link below provides Huntingdon College's policies and sanctions related to copyright infringement; a summary of penalties for violation of Federal copyright laws, both institutionally and federally. [More Information]

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention - Under the provisions of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, Public Law 101-226, Huntingdon College must certify that it has adopted and implemented a program to prohibit the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees on its property or as any part of its activities. This information is available from the Office of Institutional Assessment and Compliance and is in the annual Huntingdon College Student Handbook.

Equity in Athletics - In compliance with the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act, Huntingdon College provides information on men's and women's athletic programs including the number of participants by gender for each varsity team, operating expenses, recruiting expenditures, per participant expenses, and revenues.

FERPA - The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal policy setting forth requirements regarding the privacy of student records. Huntingdon College complies with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended. This federal law provides that an institution will maintain the confidentiality of student records, and it provides students and parents of dependent students with the right to inspect and review information contained in their educational records, to challenge the contents of their educational records, to have a hearing if the outcome of the challenge is unsatisfactory, and to submit explanatory statements for inclusion in their files if they feel the decisions of the hearing panels are unacceptable.

At its discretion, in response to individual inquiry or by publication, the College will provide Directory Information in accordance with the provisions of the Act to include: student name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, major field of study, classification, study load, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, the most recent previous educational agency or institution attended by the student, and participation in officially recognized activities. Students may withhold Directory Information by notifying the Registrar in writing.

Facilities & Services available to handicapped students - The goal of Huntingdon College is to foster an environment free of discrimination and bias in which all qualified students have access to educational opportunities.

Dr. Lisa Dorman is the official Section 504/ADA compliance officer for the College. The Senior Vice President and Treasurer is the contact for all matters concerning the physical plant facilities for Huntingdon and for matters relating to staff personnel at the College. Dr. Lisa Dorman is the contact person for faculty for matters relating to specific academic requests. The Dean of Students is the contact person for students with specific non-academic requests. The persons in these positions are responsible for assisting with the coordination of efforts to comply with federal regulations which require equal access to all programs and services of the College to individuals with disabilities with respect to his or her assigned area(s). Any student, faculty or staff member may contact any one of the persons in the named positions for clarification, appeal or resolution of a disability-related issue.

The Director of Health Services is the Intake Coordinator for students with disabilities who request services and/or accommodations to minimize the effects of their disabilities. Students must voluntarily identify themselves and provide current, official documentation of disability in order to become eligible for reasonable accommodations. If documentation is inadequate, the student may be asked to provide additional information/evaluation.

Financial Assistance Information - In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, Huntingdon College annually provides a wide range of information regarding Financial Assistance for its students and prospective students. The link below contains specifics regarding student financial aid assistance programs, both need and non-need based; how to apply for financial assistance; methods of aid distribution; Rights and Responsibilities of students receiving financial aid; cost of attendance for both full time and part time attendance, specifically tuition, fees, room board, books and supplies, transportation, and additional costs; statements of the refund policy, requirements for the return of grant or loan assistance, requirements for officially withdrawing from Huntingdon College; how failing to meet satisfactory academic progress may affect financial aid eligibility; loan deferment terms and conditions; Financial Aid contact information; and terms of loans students receive. [More Information]

Net Price Calculator - Based on the information entered by the student, an average net price of attendance is generated based on what similar students paid in the previous year. The estimates generated by the template do not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance or a final net price. [Click here for Net Price Calculator]

Study Abroad - Enrollment in a study abroad program approved for credit by Huntingdon College may be considered enrollment at Huntingdon College for purposes of applying for Federal student financial assistance. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for further information.

Student Characteristics (Student Body Diversity) - This report provides the diversity of Huntingdon College's student body, including information about the percentage of full-time students broken down by gender, race/ethnicity, and whether or not they are Pell Grant recipients.

Student Attainment - The link below provides information on student retention; student completion, based on students attempting/completing a bachelor's degree and are calculated by tracking a cohort of new, first-time, full-time, degree-seeking students for six years (150% of normal time to completion of a 4-year degree); and post graduate placement in employment and/or graduate/professional education. [More Information]