2303 College Ave, Huntington, IN 46750
Huntington University is a private, Christian university located in Huntington, IN. We've ranked it #645 in the US on our best colleges list, and admission is not competitive, as the acceptance rate is 83%. It has a very small student body with full-time enrollment of 901 undergraduate students. HU undergrads can choose from 41 total majors across seven academic disciplines. The most desired picks are Business, Nursing, and Cinematography and Video Production, with 11% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Business. 8% and 6% of students study Nursing and Cinematography and Video Production, respectively. Its film program is ranked second in Indiana. What's more, HU comes in 5th in Indiana for best college dorms. Tuition costs $24,850 a year at full price. Before you rule out applying because of the cost, be aware that practically the entire HU student body, an overwhelming majority of HU undergrads secures some monetary aid. 60% of Huntington University undergraduates culminate their learning with a degree, geared up to start the following chapter of their lives: employment. The average graduate takes home an income of $31,500 two years after commencement. After 4 more years in the labor force, the graduate's average yearly earnings climbs 14.9% to $36,200; however, that is still 9.7% beneath the national median earnings. Applicants may want to be aware that HU's undergraduates' SAT reading scores typically range from 500 to 590 and the SAT or ACT is required in order to apply. Further, , 26% of part-time students don't re-enroll the following year. In terms of your cash flow, be aware that after financial aid and scholarships, most students can expect to pay around $20,694 per year. With regard for demographics, students under 18 years old make up 1% of the student body and 85% of students are White. Concerning student life, there are 10 women's varsity teams, including Golf, Tennis, and Track and Field: X-Country. In closing, six years after completing their studies, the highest-earning quarter of graduates take home $49,000 or more and six years after receiving their diplomas, 88% of graduates have jobs.
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Animation, Video Graphics and Special Effects
Cinematography and Video Production
Special Education and Teaching
Social Work and Youth Services