Huntington Junior College is a private for-profit junior college in Huntington, West Virginia. It was founded in 1936 and its campus is currently located in the former Cabell County Public Library building. The college offers eight associate degree programs and three diploma programs. Huntington Junior College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. During the mid-1930s, Huntington resident Chester A. Riley Jr. identified the need for an institution to prepare the city's workforce for the skilled manufacturing and office positions that were available as a result of the area's economic growth. Riley and his wife, Peggy, established Huntington Junior College in 1936 in downtown Huntington. On its opening day, the college's faculty consisted of two teachers and its student population consisted of five secretarial students. Its initial curriculum consisted of courses in shorthand, typing, and bookkeeping. For its first two years in operation, Huntington Junior College was located at 920 Fifth Avenue, above the present location of Jim's Steak & Spaghetti House. Chester A. Riley Jr., served as the college's president for over 60 years. More information...

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