A few words from the Business Faculty to inquiring students (and their parents!)
Thank you for considering Huntington.
“Where to go to college?” can be a daunting question to many students. And paying for a college education today is a significant family undertaking. Before committing time and dollars to our particular school, you may understandably want to know, “What can I hope to do with a Huntington University degree?” A very fair question!
No one can answer just what you will do with a degree from any school, but we can give you an idea of what some Huntington graduates have done. Listen to the words of a few:
Ryan Groves '96 Sales Representative, Stripco Sales, Osceola, IN
“Huntington was such a blessing in helping me grow professionally and as a person. Those who are a part of the college truly do care about students, and I owe much of where I am now to their concern for my future in a career, and as a Christian.”
Jay Weiseman '96
Credit Analyst at Lake City Bank, Warsaw, IN
“An education from Huntington will give you confidence as you enter the work force. You will be able to apply for a job knowing that you have what it takes to complete almost any task. The professors at Huntington are more than willing to assist you both inside the classroom and outside. Thanks to the small size of the college, it is easy to receive personal instruction and attention from a professor. Most importantly, you will become a stronger person mentally, physically and spiritually.”
Anup Sharma '96
Business Analyst, General Electric Capital, Stamford CT.
“Huntington offers what most schools do not--the ability to grow both academically and spiritually.”
Susan Sigworth '84
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
“My degree is more than a piece of paper awarded for course completion. It represents a life-changing experience, characterized by academic social, and spiritual growth. During those four years, I enlarged my world view, established a learning base, developed marketable skills, made lasting friendships, and grew in faith.”
Professor of Business, University of Indianapolis, IN
“It is not the ‘size’ of the school, but ‘size’ of the learning experience that is important. I had a ‘giant’ educational experience at Huntington; who some would say is ‘just another small Christian college.’ How wrong they are!”