About the Huntley House

Huntley is a living learning community at the University of Minnesota, it was founded in 2012. The mission of Huntley is to provide black males with a strong community and support system throughout their time at the University. They help by providing numerous community building events that are fun for the students to participate in. In addition, there are many advisors and tutors available for members. The ultimate goal is to improve the graduation rate of black men in college. The program is open for any undergraduate African-American men at the U of M. It is named after a former student, Dr. Horace Huntley. He worked hard to gain recognition and rights for black students. Currently, the Huntley House is based on the 2nd floor of 17th avenue residence hall.

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