Huntingdon College

Huntingdon College

Huntingdon College was established on February 2, 1854 as the Tuskegee Female College. Its name was changed to Alabama Conference Female College in 1872. In 1910, its campus was moved to Montgomery, and the college was renamed the Woman's College of Alabama. It became a coeducational institute in 1934, and was given its current name the following year. The school's campus is spread across 71 acres of land in Montgomery, Alabama.

Huntingdon College offers academic programs in subjects like art, biology, mathematics, history, communication studies, language and literature, psychology, sports studies, and teacher education. Several music programs are offered through the Huntingdon Academy of Music as well.

Huntingdon College's athletics teams are known as the Hawks, and participate in softball, baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, football, and volleyball. The school is a member of the Great South Athletic Conference, NCAA Division III, and the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

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Elementary Education And Teaching
English/Language Arts Teacher Education
Mathematics Teacher Education
Music Teacher Education
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Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education
Social Studies Teacher Education
Biology Teacher Education
Chemistry Teacher Education
History Teacher Education
English Language And Literature, General
Creative Writing
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Cell Biology And Anatomy
Mathematics, General
Sport And Fitness Administration/Management
Kinesiology And Exercise Science
Religion/Religious Studies
Religious Education
Youth Ministry
Lay Ministry
Chemistry, General
Psychology, General
Fine/Studio Arts, General
Fine Arts And Art Studies, Other
Music Performance, General
Music, Other
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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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