Houghton College

Houghton College

Houghton College, originally established as the Houghton Seminary in 1883, was granted a provisional college charter in 1923, followed by a permanent charter in 1927. The main campus of the college is situated on 1,300 acres of land in Houghton, New York. Classes are also offered in the 40-acre Adirondack Park Campus, and the West Seneca Campus.

Houghton College offers a number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The college has the Greatbatch School of Music through which graduate programs in music are offered.

The sports teams of Houghton College, nicknamed the Highlanders, are members of the American Mideast Conference, and the NAIA. The Highlanders compete in sports such as basketball, cross country, field hockey, volleyball, track, and soccer.

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Chemistry, General
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Psychology, General
Design And Visual Communications, General
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Music Performance, General
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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