Future Students


2013–2014 Cultural and Community Events

 The 2014 Baccalaureate Service will be held at 5:00 p.m., Friday, May 16 

Graduation Information (Saturday, May 17, 2014)

Tyler Chaffee '15

HC Profiles

Tyler Chaffee '15

2013 Orientation Leaders

 2013 OLs 

Orientation Leaders serve as mentors for incoming students during New Student Orientation sessions.  Leading small groups of incoming students, Orientation Leaders help students to become familiar with the campus and comfortable in their new college home.  The 2013 Orientation Leaders are: 

  • Taylor Claire Bean (Music with a concentration in Worship Leadership; Hartselle, Ala.)
  • Walt Cobb (Political Science; Montgomery, Ala.)
  • Kristen Curtis (Religion/Psychology; Silverhill, Ala.)
  • Will Davis (Biochemistry/Political Science; Niceville, Fla.)  
  • Anna DeMedicis (Biology/Business Minor; Birmingham, Ala.) 
  • Kathryn Dismuke (Psychology; Montgomery, Ala.)  
  • Jagger Eastman (Youth Ministry; Sulligent, Ala.)
  • Alicia Gauker (Communication Studies; Sylacauga, Ala.)   
  • Michelle Gonzalez (Business Administration with an Endorsement in Economics and Finance; Niceville, Fla.)  
  • Kaela Grady (Psychology; Columbia, S.C.)
  • Josh Johnson (Religion; Montgomery, Ala.)   
  • Jonathan Joseph (Music; Opelika, Ala.) 
  • Diane Humphreys (English/Art minor; College Park, Ga.) 
  • Riley Manasco (Biochemistry; Gardendale, Ala.) 
  • Alyssa McCurry (Art; Montgomery, Ala.) 
  • Hallie Grace Muncher (Communication Studies; Jasper, Ala.) 
  • Anna Raley (Undeclared; Fairhope, Ala.) 
  • Bailey Scott (Biology/Political Science; Newnan, Ga.) 
  • Wesley Smithart (Religion/Communication Studies; Union Springs, Ala.)    
  • James Temple (Business Administration/Communication Studies; Music minor; Montgomery, Ala.) 
  • Zach Turner (Political Science; Citronelle, Ala.)
  • Jimbo Turk (Physical Education; Montgomery, Ala.)  
  • Jeremy Wolfe (Political Science; Montgomery, Ala.)
  • Micah Wright (Music/Religion; Madison, Ala.)  

Huntingdon College is a college
of the United Methodist Church.

Huntingdon Tomorrow
The Princeton Review: A Best Southeastern College