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Expectations Regarding Use of Student Assigned Accounts and Privacy of User Names and Passwords
  • Students are individually assigned a Huntingdon College (HC) email address for the purpose of correspondence with College faculty, staff, and other students. It is the responsibility of students to check their Huntingdon College email accounts regularly. The HC email account is an official means of communication between the student and the College. As there is no guarantee of security for academic information or verification of student identity with other email accounts (e.g. Yahoo, AOL), only correspondence received from a student's Huntingdon College email account is considered official.
  • Students also receive login information to the College's student information system (Self Service computer portal.
  • As these accounts are given solely to the student, authentication through these systems can be trusted, as long as the student retains this information in a secure and private manner. It is therefore imperative that students not share their login information with any other party (friends, family, College employees, etc.). Students who feel their information has been compromised, should immediately contact the Office of Technology Services. Reset or lost account passwords will only be distributed to a student in person, or to an alternate account which has been verified as being owned by the student in person.

 (required of all degree seeking students
following completion of at least 75 credit hours)


Advanced Placement
Cambridge International Examination
Other Colleges & Universities
(Updated 11/09/2020)
including dates, cost, and academic policies and
procedures that are specific to the Summer term
CORE TRANSITION GUIDELINES (Updated 04/17/19) Mathematics Placement Test
The National Student Clearinghouse is now our authorized agent for providing degree and enrollment verifications.
If you are an employer or background screening firm requesting this information please visit, or send forms to:
National Student Clearinghouse, 2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300, Herndon, VA 20171.
Alumni needing degree verifications (e.g. for employment purposes) can direct their prospective employers to this service as well.
  • Courses listed as Online (OL)/Distance Education are considered online courses. As such, Distance Learning/Online courses are not available to California (CA) resident students, per federal guidelines. Courses designated as Distance Learning/Online are notated with "Online" in the title, the section "OL", and have further confirmation in the course description linked in the schedule of classes.
  • Individual online classes may have specific requirements for physical attendance for tests/presentations. Specifics regarding required physical attendance can be obtained from the instructor.
  • Online courses may require the student to secure proctoring services (and cover associated fees for services) for specified assignments. Specifics regarding those requirements are available from the instructor.

New Academic Policy (effective Fall 2015)
Posting of Graduation

Huntingdon College currently offers students a bachelors degree. The degree requires three fundamental pieces related to hours earned and timing of completion: general degree requirements (120 hours, etc.), completion of the College's general education core, and the completion of courses toward an officially declared major.

Beginning Fall 2015, any student who has satisfactorily complete these three pieces, along with the other specified graduation requirements per the student's catalog of matriculation, will have degree completion/graduation automatically posted to his/her record at the end of the applicable term. Students seeking a second major, but who have graduated per the above policy (completed general graduation requirements, general education/core and one major) may still be eligible for financial aid, residency on campus and/or athletic eligibility. All majors sought must be declared by the student officially with the Office of the Registrar prior to reaching Senior standing (90 earned credit hours).

Students seeking a minor must declare the minor(s) prior to reaching Senior standing (90 earned credit hours). In rare cases, a student may be permitted to add a minor after this time, but only with confirmation from the Office of the Registrar that the student is missing 6 credit hours or fewer toward completion of the minor.

Upon confirmation of a student's anticipated degree completion, which is sent by the Office of the Registrar, a student may not postpone his/her term of completion in order to complete a minor or a second major, as neither a minor nor a second major is a requirement for a degree at Huntingdon College. Postponement of degree completion will be permitted only for students who have not satisfied all graduation requirements in relation to the general degree requirements, general education core requirements or for officially declared major requirements (assuming no major is completed).

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