Huntingdon College

About HC

The Campus

Huntingdon’s Main Campus

Bordered by one of Montgomery’s most beautiful neighborhoods, the Old Cloverdale Historic District, students find a ready home away from home at Huntingdon College. Just a short walk away are favorite restaurants, boutiques, and an independent theatre.

The 58-acre main campus is a naturally picturesque park featuring 18 buildings of Collegiate Gothic architecture surrounding a semicircular ridge overlooking the Green, a lush wooded area and natural amphitheater. The campus is bordered on one side by the Montgomery Country Club and on three sides by charming and safe residential neighborhoods.

The harmony and beauty of the campus, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, owes much to the original campus design completed in 1908 by the Olmsted Brothers. Members of the Olmsted family served as landscape consultants for such colleges and universities as Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Smith, and Wellesley.

View a campus map (PDF) or take a walking and virtual tour of Huntingdon’s main campus, visiting buildings and facilities.

The Cloverdale Campus

Just across East Fairview Avenue is the College’s Cloverdale Campus, a 12-acre expanse, the main building of which was once called Cloverdale School. Charles Lee Field at W. James Samford Jr. Stadium, the home of Huntingdon Hawks football, is part of the Cloverdale Campus.

A list of the College’s buildings and facilities can be found in the Huntingdon College Catalog.

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