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Acting on AIDS
The AoA student group exists to call the Huntington University and surrounding community to act on AIDS locally and globally. They desire to raise awareness through monthly meetings, a fall Spiritual Emphasis Week, interaction with local aid groups, and other activities.
HU's AdFed Chapter is an off-shoot of the Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne, which is a non-for profit advertising club that is part of a larger, nationwide network of professionals. The club is for any student who wants a creative career but is not sure where to start. It is made up of digital media arts and graphic design majors, but it is open to artists, writers and those interested in the business side of advertising.
Amnesty is open to all students who are interested in discussing and raising the awareness of human rights issues.
Board Game Club
This organization creates organized times were both students and faculty can interact and build relationships while playing board games.
Computer Club is open to all students who are interested in stimulating a greater interest in the field of computer science. The computer club seeks to provide a forum for the discussion of current issues, participate in professional workshops, conferences, and tours, provide workshops and seminars for the local community, and provide an awareness of current professional careers.
Huntington University is located in the northern part of Huntington, Indiana, a community of nearly 17,500. The city is situated on the banks of the Wabash River. Its healthful climate, beautiful scenery, splendid commercial location, fine churches and quality school system make Huntington an excellent college town.
The University buildings are located on a large and beautiful campus in the northeast section of the city. The drives, walks, groves and ravines make the campus unusually attractive throughout the year. The site consists of over 160 acres, largely wooded, and includes a central pedestrian mall and a memorial fountain. The fountain is circled by academic buildings such as the RichLyn Library; Becker Hall, the original College Hall opened in 1897 that now houses the digital media arts program and administrative offices; and the large science building completed in 2002. A small campus lake provides focal interest for the
student union, dining commons, Merillat Centre for the Arts and president’s home. Living areas are divided between modern residence halls positioned around campus and the apartment village tucked into the woods at the edge of campus. Athletic facilities and fields fill out the side of campus facing the adjacent residential neighborhood.
Thornhill Nature Preserve, owned by the University, is within a few minutes of campus. The private 77-acre reserve includes a variety of diverse habitats, including evergreen and deciduous forest, a woodland pond, meadows and wetlands. The diverse ecosystem supports a wide variety of wildflowers, trees, mammals and birds.
Huntington County has its own airport for private aircraft, while Fort Wayne International Airport provides commercial air service only 25 miles away.
Huntington University also has satellite locations in Columbia City and Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Columbia City location serves Professional Programs students, and the Fort Wayne location on the campus of Parkview Hospital Randallia houses graduate programs.
Huntington is a residential campus. The University views the educational process as extending beyond the classroom, where-by the residence hall program provides learning as well as living environments which enhance the social and intellectual development of students.
Seven residence halls in four separate complexes house students in modern and well-maintained facilities. Hardy Hall for women and Wright Hall for men are more traditional residence halls joined by a common lobby. Baker Hall for men and women offers a suite arrangement where each floor has three to four suites and each suite has four to five rooms. Each suite shares a common bath and lounge. Roush Hall is for women and offers a modified suite arrangement with two rooms and a bath per suite. Meadows and Miller Halls are uppe-rclass residence halls for men and women that offer a suite arrangement where each floor has a full kitchen. Students who live in either Meadows or Miller Halls can elect to be on a modified meal plan and do a substantial amount of cooking in the halls. Livingston Hall is a traditional residence hall with men and women living on separate floors. Each residence hall provides space for small meetings, study, social interaction, television, recreation, laundry and kitchen facilities.
Forester Village Apartments are primarily for single, upperclass students and married students. Located at the southeast side of the campus, Forester Village is a modern complex of two-bedroom apartments within three- or four-apartment units.