Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

welcome to the registrar's office

As a Christian university, Huntington offers a wide range of academic programs. Founded in 1897, Huntington provides high-quality, Christ-centered education. U.S. News & World Report ranks Huntington among the best comprehensive colleges in the Midwest.

 Helpful Information and Announcements:  

Prospective Students

  • Transfer Instructions 
    College students today have many options and opportunities. If you are thinking of transferring to Huntington University, we invite you to take a look!
  • Early Entry Instructions
    Huntington offers high school early-entry (dual credit) classes. More details are available in order to take advantage of this great opportunity.

Current Students

  • 2014 GTPs and Checksheets 
    The "Guide to Typical Programs" and Checksheets are a listing of typical degree programs currently offered by the University and a listing of necessary degree requirements for each major.
  • Online Degree Audit information Degree audit evaluates your coursework records for completion of specified degree requirements. Degree audit enables you to see which degree requirements you have satisfied and which you have not satisfied based on the courses you have completed.   

Alumni 

  • Request copies of your transcript today   
    Huntington University provides transcripts for alumni at no charge. Transcript requests should be directed to the Office of the Registrar and must be signed by the student (or former student) in compliance with federal law.

contact us

Sarah Harvey

Beth Dubois

Susan Akins

Alicia Ayoub
 

Office: (260) 359-4011

Email: Registrar's Email 

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news & events

 Huntington University enrollment up by 8 percent At 1,209 students, fall 2014 enrollment at Huntington University has increased by 8 percent compared to fall 2013. The graduate programs experienced the most significant increase to 134 students from 69 last fall, a 94 percent surge.
Five students awarded Horizon scholarshipFive incoming freshmen have been awarded the Horizon Leadership Scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year. The students will join a program that is helping to create a more racially and ethnically diverse campus.