Be part of something great.


Enjoy an unparalleled experience at huntington.

 

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

 

Beyond the lessons learned in the classroom, the community-living experience offered in our residence exposes students to an environment focused on civic leadership and community service.  Huntington University has positioned itself as an institution dedicated to social collaboration, community service and student success, and as such supports many educational and/or community-based initiatives through sponsorship, volunteerism and more.   

On August 17, 2021, the Chief Medical Officer of Health indicated that mandatory vaccination policies

will be required for post-secondary institutions, with specific minimum requirements. As post-secondary

institutions continue to develop these policies and to ensure a safer return to campus this September,

the Council of Medical Officers of Health strongly recommends that:


• Full vaccination against COVID-19 be required for all individuals involved in any in-person activities on

campus (students, staff, faculty, contractors, and visitors), with the rare exception of those individuals

who cannot be vaccinated due to permitted exemptions (medical and other protected grounds under

the Ontario Human Rights Code). Individuals are to be required to submit proof of vaccination.


• All individuals who are unvaccinated due to permitted exemptions or who are awaiting their second

dose be required to adhere to additional health and safety measures, up to and including serial and

frequent rapid testing.


• Individuals involved in any in-person activities on campus (students, staff, faculty, contractors, and

visitors) should be fully vaccinated as soon as operationally feasible.


Vaccination against COVID-19 is the single most effective public heath measure to reduce the spread of

COVID-19. Its inclusion among the other public health measures (including physical distancing, capacity

limits, and indoor mask use) is essential in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Rapid testing

protocols are not preventive and are not a replacement for immunization and should be used only in

instances where vaccination is not possible.


High vaccine uptake in Ontario, including amongst post-secondary communities, will be essential to

ensure a safe and healthy autumn. Thank you for your ongoing commitment to the wellbeing of

students, staff, and faculty, and your support of the pandemic response in Ontario.

Events/Activities

 

There’s always something going on at Huntington University.

 

With events like guest lectures, international summits, festive community events, and more, students thrive in a culture of learning, engagement, and inspiration.

Student Groups

 

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

 

Get involved and play a part in promoting initiatives and engaging fellow students and the community.

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

ayamdjeu_monthe@laurentian.ca


Follow Them on 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 2021

 

September 3-6, 2021
Residence move-in dates.
 

September 6, 2021

Labour Day - Huntington University administration offices closed.
 

September 30, 2021

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Huntington University administration offices closed.
 

October 11, 2021

Thanksgiving - Huntington University administration offices closed.