Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world.
Huntingdon College, a liberal arts college offering an undergraduate education, is committed to a teaching and learning environment that provides its graduates with an educational experience meeting the College’s vision.
Huntingdon College, to fulfill its mission, is committed to ensuring that each student will:
The retention rates below measure the percentage of first-time students who are seeking a bachelor's degree who returned to Huntingdon College the following Fall semester.
Percentage of students who:
Student Completion/Graduation Rates
These reports are 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).
Post Graduate Employement and/or Graduate/Professional Education
Statistics below are based upon self-reported information from the alumni of the Class of 2013 to the Huntingdon College Office of College and Alumni Relations. The percentages below indicate information from 101 respondents.
Employment - 70 alumni of the Class of 2013 secured employment as of October 2014. Of those reporting employment,
Graduate/Professional School - 31 alumni of the Class of 2013 reported attending graduate/professional school in the following fields:
Graduate schools in which the Class of 2013 chose to attend include, but are not limited to: Yale Divinity School, Duke Divinity School, Asbury Seminary, University of Chicago School of Law, Cumberland School of Law, University of Alabama, Auburn University Montgomery, Troy University, University of Tennessee, and George Mason University.
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