Alumni & Friends

Announcements

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 Robinson '14

HC Profiles

Tyler Robinson '14

The National Alumni Association

Huntingdon alumnae

Your connection with Huntingdon College is life-long. Once you have been a student for one year or completed 30 credit hours—whether or not you complete your degree—you will always be a Huntingdon alum with membership in the National Alumni Association. In this way, you will have a special kinship with friends not only from your own class, but also with 8,000 Huntingdon alumni of record who live in all 50 states, all 67 counties of Alabama, and around the world. Huntingdon alumni are working in nearly every profession—teaching and education, administration, management, entrepreneurship, communication, medicine and health care, research, law, politics, civil service, sport sciences, literature, and the arts.

The mission of the Huntingdon College National Alumni Association is to advance the College by assisting in three main areas: identifying and cultivating prospective students, providing jobs and mentoring opportunities for current students, and supporting the Huntingdon Fund. In addition, the Association works with the College in the planning, promotion, and implementation of selected annual events and ongoing cultural and athletic events during the academic year.

The governing body of the National Alumni Association is the Board of Directors, comprised of alumni who serve in three-year terms and work to support the mission of the College. There are two scheduled Alumni Board meetings during the year, one of which is a meeting of the entire Alumni Association on a selected weekend.

If you wish to serve on the National Alumni Association Board of Directors, please contact the Office of College and Alumni Relations at alumni@huntingdon.edu or (334) 833-4564. The record of your level of support of the College will be considered in the selection process.




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