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Reviews 146 total reviews with an average rating of 3.5

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4 College Sophomore

Health & Safety: Always feel like help is available and offered. Safe environment

3 College Sophomore

Weather: typical weather problems when moving around campus but close proximity of buildings makes the bad weather days

easier to deal with.

College Sophomore

Greek Life: Athletes are often not active in Greek life because their schedules are really full with practice/workouts/games, but there

seems to be no difference made between Greeks and non Greeks and all seem to be welcome at functions if you are interested in attending.

2 College Sophomore

Campus Dining: I personally do not like having to eat dining hall food. If I could afford to do so, I would eat off campus more. As far as having no money and cost, the dining hall is an excellent option. The food is not always bad but there is hardly a time in which I am excited to go and eat there. They do not have much of a variety. This year is better than last year though.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: It is very convenient to live on campus. There are a lot of campus activities that occur and some happen late at night. It is nice to live on a small campus a few minutes away from everything.

4 College Sophomore

Diversity: There is a good amount of diversity on campus and people are very accepting of each other. Most people seem to have the same political views and there are not many debates. The school itself is a Christian college and there are very few Catholics. As far as sexual orientation goes, there is very little diversity.

3 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I love my choice of school for the academics aspect. But I am an athlete and my particular sport had an awful season and last seasons was not much more impressive. If I could do college all over again I might find myself looking into a college with a much better athletic program. As far as academics go, I am very pleased with my choice because I like the attention I am offered and the opportunity I have to excel.

3 College Sophomore

Nightlife: The minimum age to get into clubs is nineteen. I attend school in Montgomery so it is not a city that is very high on partying or clubs or bars. There are only a few that are popular and people mainly just go to the same places every weekend. Parties do not happen too often but they do happen. There a couple themed ones that go on about the same time every year.

3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Housing: I personally live on campus so I do not know a lot about off campus housing. At my college students are required to live on campus until they are 21 years of age, so a lot of seniors choose to live off campus for their own freedom. Students that live off campus usually do not live more than five minutes away and some could even easily walk. Room and board is very expensive and a lot of people cannot afford to live on campus.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Strictness: My campus is very strict when it comes to drugs and alcohol. If a student is caught in possession they are kicked out. There a three dorms, a freshman girls dorm, a freshman boys dorm, and a co-ed upperclassmen dorm. For both freshman dorms, visitors are only allowed from 1pm to midnight Sunday through Thursday and from 1pm to 1am Friday and Saturday. The upperclassmen dorm extends visiting privileges by one hour. Visitors are required to sign in and out by giving the RA their student id and they can get it back by signing out. The dorms are very well regulated and each floor of each dorm has an RA.

1 College Sophomore

Computers: Although the school provides the students with laptops, the internet connection on campus is the worst. I have personally had a lot of trouble with mine and cannot seem to connect to the internet even off campus. The internet either does not work at all or it is extremely slow. There are not any computer labs per say but there are some computers available to students in the library, which also offers free printing. But even in the library sometimes there are issues with internet connection. Overall I would say that the internet connection, whether you own your own router or have to use ethernet cord, is unreliable.

4 College Sophomore

Weather: It is usually very sunny and warm so there are usually students walking around all throughout the day. Some will go sit on the green just to relax or some students will go throw a frisbee or a football around. There is also a sand volleyball court that gets used quite a lot. Even though it rains a good bit, campus life is still a lot of fun.

4 College Sophomore

Parking: Compared to larger campuses, parking at Huntingdon is great. There are three main parking lots and three main dorms and there is one parking lot solely for commuters. Most, close to all, students have their own vehicles on campus so parking spots do fill up quickly. But no matter where you have to park you are never more than a mile away from your dorm or your class. It is extremely convenient.

4 College Sophomore

Academics: The professors are great. They take pride in what they do and one on one help is always available if a student should need it. The curriculum is challenging, as college courses should be, but the proper guidance is available to give each student a great opportunity to excel. There is one building in which extra help for math and English is offered and it has proved to be very helpful. It is a great addition to campus.

4 College Sophomore

Academics: The professors in my major are great. I have a great relationship with my advisor and I am very comfortable with other professors in my major. The English department offers a lot of get togethers with all the English majors and professors in which we all enjoy snacks and talk. The department really creates a close knit group of students.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: Huntingdon offers great professors that really care about each student and their education. They truly want what is best for their students and help as much as they can to have them succeed. Another thing that sets it apart is the closeness of all the students, it is a real family like atmosphere.

5 College Sophomore

Facilities: Students are very involved in all aspects of campus life. It is a small campus so it is easy to find something to get involved in. Traditions such as "Welcome Back Week" and homecoming week events are very popular and a lot of planning and timing goes into them.

4 College Sophomore

Majors: I am very happy with the program. My career goal is to be a high school English teacher at the sophomore level as well as a volleyball coach for the high school. The only concern I have about finding a job is finding a school in which English teachers are needed.

3 College Sophomore

Majors: I have not had an internship but I do plan on having one. I am an English major also getting teacher certification so I will have to get a student teaching position at some point in the next few years. Other students ahead of me in my field seem to enjoy their internships and pleased with their placements, so I am looking forward to mine as well.

4 College Junior

Academics: Being an English Education major is fantastic. The teachers are very willing to work with you and are quick to make you feel at home. The workload is not difficult as long as you are a dedicated student. They provide many opportunities to get involved, such as the drama club, the Gargoyle, and the Prelude. They also work as a liaison between you and the area schools to provide you with your observation hours.

4 College Junior

Local Atmosphere: The local atmosphere is great. There are many theaters, shops, restaurants, and cultural activities nearby. We have the Capri theatre and the playhouse right down the road. The Shakespeare festival and Davis theatre are also nearby. There are some issues with safety, but as long as you do not go into certain areas at night and are always with a group you should be fine.

4 College Senior

Athletics: Sports are a large part of Huntingdon College. They have great facilities for the athletes.

4 College Senior

Off-Campus Housing: Montgomery has its good and bad areas. I have had friends live off campus before, and they have never had any problems. I suppose it is just what part of the town you are in. Prices are a little expensive for most of the places.

3 College Senior

Health & Safety: Safety on Huntingdon's campus, can sometimes scare me. There are multiple break ins that happen around campus, and other criminal acts. Although, I do know that if something were to happen to me a security guard would be right there immediately.

1 College Senior

Parking: Parking on campus is one of the things that Huntingdon College needs to fix. There are limited parking spaces and we are getting more and more students each year.


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