Huntingdon News

February 13, 2009
For immediate release:

Huntingdon College
News Release

Huntingdon Students Selected as Orientation Leaders

Montgomery, Ala.-The Huntingdon College Office of Student Life has selected 25 students to serve as Orientation Leaders for the incoming Class of 2013. Orientation leaders welcome incoming students and help them feel comfortable in their new college home. The leaders will train for the remainder of the spring semester and will begin their duties this summer, leading three separate orientation sessions.

2009 Orientation Leaders

Name Hometown State Class Year Major
Jhavonn Brown Centre Ala. Freshman Mathematics
Courtney Bunce Pike Road Ala. Sophomore Psychology
Abby Carter Charlotte N.C. Sophomore Psychology
Ben Cecil Madison Ala. Junior Biology
Abby Grace Chandler Florence Ala. Freshman Business Administration
Tiffany Dean Dothan Ala. Freshman Biochemistry
Jessica Dickson McCalla Ala. Freshman Biology
Rachael Gautier Biloxi Miss. Sophomore History
Davis Glass Bolling AFB D.C. Sophomore Psychology
Kiana Hamby Oneonta Ala. Freshman Elementary Education
Chris Huckle Ocean Springs Miss. Sophomore Biology
J.D. Jean Kathleen Ga. Freshman Mathematics
Jeffrey Jenkins Opelika Ala. Freshman Coaching Education
Sarah Jernigan Eufaula Ala. Freshman Biology
Kelsey Loftin Dothan Ala. Junior Religion
Catie Malone Ozark Ala. Junior Communication Studies
Kristen Morrison Prattville Ala. Junior English
Amanda Jo Napier Petal Miss. Junior English
Alyce Penniman Canton Ga. Freshman English
Tim Pierce Hope Hull Ala. Junior Religion
Ashton Rodriguez Elba Ala. Sophomore History
Davis Ryan Montgomery Ala. Freshman Religion
Drew Smyser Owens Cross Road Ala. Freshman History
Alex Taylor Tallassee Ala. Freshman Mathematics
Taylor Yeargan Prattville Ala. Sophomore Accounting


Huntingdon College is an independent liberal arts college of the United Methodist Church. Founded in 1854 in Tuskegee, Alabama, the College moved to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1909 and this year celebrates its 100th year in the capital city. Consistently selected as a "Best Southeastern College" by the Princeton Review and listed among "America's Best Colleges" by U.S. News and World Report, the College is known for the Huntingdon Plan: providing a laptop computer for full-time traditional students to use during all four years of enrollment (theirs to keep at graduation); travel/study during the junior or senior year; and Levelized Tuition, ensuring that tuition will not increase for four consecutive years of full-time enrollment. There are no graduate assistants teaching classes, and class sizes average 20 students to ensure personal attention from qualified faculty. The College motto is "Enter to grow in wisdom; go forth to apply wisdom in service."


Su Ofe
Associate Vice President for
Communications and Marketing
Office: (334) 833-4515
Cell: (334) 324-6591

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