Be part of something great.

Enjoy an unparalleled academic experience.


Surrounded by lakes and the unique rugged landscape of Ontario’s north, campus life here is unlike any other in Canada.


At Huntington University, you will enjoy small class sizes and the opportunity to work closely with your professors as you pursue and achieve every academic opportunity we can offer.



There’s always something going on at Huntington University.


With events like Convocation, guest lectures, and international guest speakers, students thrive in a culture of learning, engagement, and inspiration.



As one of four federated universities located on campus Huntington University offers the best of both worlds – you get a small-campus feel and the benefits of a larger university.


For a complete list of student services available to you click below.

Student Groups


Sign up, get involved, be a leader for change.


At Huntington University, there are several student groups active on campus encouraging students to get involved and play a part in promoting initiatives and engaging fellow students, faculty, and the community.

The Huntington University Communication Society (HUCS) joins students, alumni, faculty and community partners through social events and student opportunities.


Through the ongoing support of Huntington University’s department of Communication Studies, HUCS is building a community of collaboration through engaging dialogue, public events, student showcase, community outreach, industry partnership and more.


Supporting students who are studying in the department of Communications is central to our mission. The Huntington University Communication Society works to engage student participation and strengthen partnerships with local industry and community members while providing Communication Studies students with professional and practical opportunities.


Follow them:



Instagram: @hucsociety

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HUGS is a volunteer group established and run by students to foster interest in the study of Gerontology, to build rapport between students and the Gerontology Department, and to develop community partnerships within Greater Sudbury. HUGS members actively plan, promote and host workshops, certification courses, social activities, and service projects for community members as part of their continued commitment to older adults in our community. Led by an elected Executive team, HUGS is supported by Huntington University and the Students’ General Association of Laurentian University.  They host several events throughout the year, including the annual HUGS Giving Tree Campaign. Thus far, the Giving Tree initiative (2015-2018) has collected 280 Christmas gifts for local long-term care residents. 


For more information:


Teresa Rost

Vice-President, HUGS


Follow them:



Instagram: @huntingtongero


The Huntington University Residence Student Council (HURSC), which represents the students living in Huntington University’s residence, plays a vital role in the day-to-day running of our residence. The HURSC also promotes community service and engages students living at Huntington University to give back. In recent years,  initiatives include the collection of non-perishable goods for the Greater Sudbury Food Bank, a donation of care packages to the Sudbury Shoebox Project, and a commitment of 75+ volunteer hours to the Giving Tuesday #Time4Community Campaign.


For more information:


Armel Yamdjeu Monthe

HURSC President

Follow them:


Twitter: @HURSCouncil 

About Sudbury


With 330 lakes within the city’s limits, Sudbury is a modern city with a rich history. Home to 160,000 people, Sudbury is northern Ontario’s largest municipality, and the economic, cultural, and entertainment hub of the region.


With four vibrant seasons, our students thrive outdoors with trails to jog and explore in the warmer months, and a beach and lake near campus. When the snow falls, campus life doesn’t stop. Try out various winter sports like cross-country and downhill skiing, skating along the Ramsey Lake Skate Path, snowshoeing, sledding, and even ice-fishing. All activities are available on campus or just steps from school.


A proud part of the Sudbury community, Huntington University students are close to it all. Entertainment, culture, recreation, and of course, a first-class education.

Calendar 2024

March 28 - April 1, 2024
Easter -Huntington University administration offices closed
April 12 - 30, 2024
Examination Period 
May 20, 2024 
Victoria Day - Huntington University administration offices closed
July 1, 2024
Canada Day - Huntington University administration offices closed 
August 5, 2024
Civic Holiday - Huntington University administration offices closed 
August 30 - September 1, 2024
Huntington University residence move-in dates

September 2, 2024
Labour Day - Huntington University administration offices closed