Do you want to connect with and learn from other black men on campus? The Huntley House welcomes African American men to join us in exploring our shared experiences both in and out of the classroom. This community-centered Living Learning Community invites exploration of issues such as ethnicity, identity, and leadership. Most importantly, Huntley House will help you build a supportive foundation for success that will last throughout your college journey. Here, you will work with your learning community to make meaningful contributions to campus in collaboration with the Black Student Union and other student groups. We hope you’ll join in our success!
Huntley House is named in honor of Dr. Horace Huntley, a member of the first AA&AS graduating class in 1970, who went on to earn a Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh and become a Professor of History at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Huntley was one of the leaders in the Morrill Hall Takeover in the spring of 1969, when a small group of African American students occupied the University of Minnesota's administration building.