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Our Liberal Arts University offers elite, yet accessible education where personalized learning experiences position students for professional success, while also developing their character. The result? Students who are formidable Leaders with Heart who care about the people and world around them.

  • It is a breadth of thinking, combined with mental agility, that is the hallmark of the true liberal arts graduate.
    Dr. Barry Craig
    Are the liberal arts dead? Hardly!
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  • I decided to study French because I wanted something that would set me apart from others when I graduated.
    Julia Smith BA'18
    BA, French and Psychology
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  • The practice of medicine is not about cells. It's about human beings and that, above all else, is what the Liberal Arts teaches you to understand.
    Don Melady, BA'81
    Physician, Mount Sinai Hospital
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  • Volunteering is essential for developing a compassionate heart and a realistic worldview.
    Ailin Chant
    Fourth year, Major, Governance, Leadership, & Ethics, Minor, Health Sciences
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  • I want students to know there is support for them no matter what they might be going through.
    Kasey Munn, MSW, RSW
    Wellness Coordinator
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  • My main task as a Liberal Arts professor is to help students build the tools they need to go out into the world as principled and thoughtful people. It all comes down to whether or not they have the critical thinking skills to question not only the world around them, but also to question themselves.
    Jennifer Mustapha, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Political Science
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  • We believe society is crying out at this exact point in history for students who are called to lead – but to lead with a heart and a conscience.
    Dr. Barry Craig
    President at Huron
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  • My teaching aims to model the methods and principles of critical inquiry, radical democracy, and social equality. I see learning as a collaborative process that emerges through careful and committed questioning, observation and dialogue.
    Katherine Lawless, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Centre for Global Studies
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Latest Huron News

Huron Receives $25,000 Bell Let’s Talk Grant in Support of the University’s Culture of Continuous Improvement in the Areas of Mental Health & Wellness 

May 11 2021
What’s happening? Huron is one of 123 post-secondary institutions to receive a $25,000 grant from Bell Let’s Talk via their Post-Secondary Fund. These “kickoff grants” were madeto support these institutions’ abilities to implement policies and programs to more closely align with the ...
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