Next Steps for Deposited Students
There is nothing quite like visiting campus to re-affirm that "this-is-right!" sort of feeling. We offer three types of visit experiences. Choose the one that's right for you!
Create an eRezLife profile using your HU Login (same username/password as your HU email) to verify or secure housing. Click on 'Apply for Housing' and complete the appropriate form (on campus or commuter) for the appropriate semester. You will answer questions that will help us match you with a roommate if you do not have one in mind. If you have a roommate in mind, create a roommate group to request a roommate, following the directions in this document.
All residential students will be signed up for Meal Plan A. Commuters who want a meal plan may choose one here.
Beginning in April, the Registrar will begin registering deposited students for fall classes. You will receive an email notification about your course registration when it is complete.
We highly recommend attending our Advising Registration Day when you will have the opportunity to meet in person with a faculty advisor (make any needed schedule adjustments), with financial aid staff, about billing, and with other Foresters. Note: The Office of the Registrar will put together your first draft schedule beginning in late March and will email it to you for preview.
Ask your guidance counselor or the registrar at your college/university to send us an official copy of your final transcripts to email@example.com in June.
Official final high school
Dual credit or AP/IB credit (Please send these before registration begins to make your registration process a smooth one).
Transfer students: official final college transcripts
Military transcripts (if applicable)
Spend the night on campus, meet your roomate, explore downtown Huntington. RSVP.
Determine a plan to cover the cost of attending Huntington University.
Make a payment online (if paying by check or money order, mail to: Business Office, Huntington University, 2303 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46570
To request accommodation for a disability as an HU student, please complete this form.
Please note: We do not require any medical records for students attending Huntington University.
These forms are on the student portal. Completing them ahead of time will make your move-in day go more smoothly.
FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records.
Vehicle Waiver (if you will not bring a car to campus, complete this form).
Student Photo ID which will give you access to your meal plan, library resources, printing and your residence hall.
Media Release Form gives us permission to share your good news from you HU experience.
August TBD, 2024 is move-in day. Be sure to register for your Welcome Weekend/Orientation arrival time. *Bridge and international students move in on August TBD, 2024.
Prepare your technology with these recommendations for computers and software.
You can purchase textbooks for your classes ahead of time at our online bookstore.
Student athletes complete NAIA eligiblity.