W. James Samford, Jr. School of Business and Professional Studies
Department of Evening Studies

NEW - ONLINE DEGREE VERIFICATIONS:
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 www.degreeverify.org, 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.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Fall 2017 - Summer 2018
Fall 2018
FERPA INFORMATION FORMS
COURSE LISTINGS

The 2014-2015 Catalog will have a change in prerequisites for BUS311 Business Finance. The new prerequisites will be ACT201, ACT202, ECO201, and ECO202 all with a grade of C or better. Students who plan to take BUS311 beginning with the Fall 2014 semester must have ACT201, ACT202, ECO201, and ECO202 recorded on their Huntingdon College transcript.

Please contact your Evening Studies site coordinator regarding the effect this change will have on your plan of study.

• GRADUATION APPLICATION
(required of all degree seeking students following completion of at least 90 credit hours)


• COMMENCEMENT INFORMATION
TRANSCRIPTS
Access to Self-Service Student Account
COLLEGE CATALOGS TRANSFER CREDIT

CLEP
Other Colleges & Universities


New Academic Policy (Effective Fall 2018)
Registration Time Frame

Effective Fall 2018 for all Evening Studies students, students will not be allowed to register after four o'clock pm on the previous business day, to the date of the first class meeting. The term business day is defined by a day between and inclusive of Monday and Friday, where the Main campus is open and operating.

Canvas LMS Kickoff (Effective Fall 2018)

Beginning with Session I of Fall 2018, we are incorporating an online component into all of our Evening Studies courses. The platform that we will be using is the Canvas Learning Management System. Our courses will still be delivered in the classroom, face-to-face between the faculty member and students. Canvas allows us to add assignments to be completed and submitted online. It also gives you the advantage of being able to have access to your scores on graded assignments at any time. We believe that this will improve the student experience across the Evening Studies program.

Canvas is very intuitive and user-friendly. We have piloted its use in several courses during Summer, and all involved have reported positive results. Our Administrator for the program at Huntingdon College is Dr. Anneliese Spaeth. She has worked diligently with faculty over the past few months to foster a positive learning environment for our students. Dr. Spaeth has created a training video for students. You may find the video at this link:   HC Student Canvas Training Video

For technical questions, we have 24-7 Canvas help, available with no wait time via phone at 1-833-822-2282. 24-7 access to chat is available via the help menu in Canvas, as well. To log in to Canvas, navigate to Huntingdon Canvas, and enter your Huntingdon College email address and its password. You should be redirected to the page once you have logged in. You will find your course module on the Canvas site once you log in. Please be sure to review the tutorial before attempting to navigate Canvas.

New Academic Policy (Effective Fall 2017)
Semester Course Overloads

Effective Fall 2017 for all Evening Studies students, in order to be permitted to enroll in an academic overload (more than three (3) semester credit hours per session), a student must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA as calculated at the end of the semester prior to the overload. The maximum number of hours permitted per semester remains at eighteen (18) semester credit.

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. 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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