HU at a Glance

Support and Community

As a non-profit institution of higher education, Humphreys is focused solely on meeting its mission of preparing students for careers and professions through a high-quality educational experience by providing career-oriented education strongly informed by the liberal arts. Quality service and individualized attention are our goals. Humphreys provides the attention and support necessary to be successful, and the real-world instruction, taught by highly-qualified faculty-practitioners, demanded by today’s motivated student.

Humphreys University Graduate

Graduates Employed or Continuing Studies 6 Months Post-Graduation

93%

WSCUC

Accredited

study at WSCUC accredited and non-profit university

A Standard of Quality

Accreditation is important for your future—your financial aid, your credits, and your career could depend on it. That’s why Humphreys University has been accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) since 1992. When an institution is accredited, it establishes the validity of programs for potential employers, confirms that the standards of quality are being met, and assists in determining transfer credit and financial aid approval.

Our Full Attention

When you show up to class, you can expect to see an attentive and knowledgeable professor one hundred percent of the time. Whereas other universities might enlist the help of Teaching Assistants, Humphreys University prides itself on classes that are exclusively taught by professors with professional degrees because it’s our mission to invest in your future.

Professor at Humphreys University

Student to Teacher Ratio

11:1

Founded in

1896

Post-graduate student at a non-profit university

Be Recognized

You’re more than just a face in the crowd. Over three-quarters of the classes at Humphreys University have fewer than 20 students—a golden number for prospective students. A small class environment like ours gives students the opportunity to get to know the professor and become actively involved in discussions and activities.