First, you will join a
Antioch is a special place. Your voice will directly contribute to building a better Antioch College every day. Students and faculty collaborate closely on learning. All Antiochians contribute to community governance. Together, we find ways for everyone to belong.
Next, you will discover
and ask questions.
You’ll be empowered to ask big questions and start looking for the answers. Expert faculty will help guide you with knowledge in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences, both in the classroom and beyond so that you can put the liberal arts in action.
You will engage in
Antiochians don’t just sit in a classroom learning about the world. They put ideas into action and engage communities. Your experiences will take you off campus through our Cooperative Education Program, or “Co-op,” including perhaps internationally. You will accrue high-quality experience in businesses, non-profit organizations, and community projects as you find your own path to meaningful work, at Antioch and after.
You will create
a self-designed major.
You get to combine, experiment, and create something unique to your interests by drawing from the many courses, experiences, and unique opportunities available at Antioch. You will work with faculty advisors on how to put together your own blend. You might consider signature focus areas that span our curriculum: Sustainability, Justice and Community Studies, Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Global and Transnational Studies, Community Engaged Arts.
Then, you will become a force
for positive change.
Since the college’s founding, Antioch’s students and alumni have worked toward social and ecological justice, in their professions and in their communities. Our mission, to “win victories for humanity,” is woven through our curriculum, campus life, and alumni engagement the world over. This is the liberal arts in action.
Your voice will be heard
Student to Faculty Ratio – 7:1
You will get real experience.
Full-time Work (Co-Op) Experiences Required to Graduate – 3
You may find us more affordable than you think.
Percentage of Students Who Receive Financial Aid – 100%
We’re an active community.
You will get real experience.
Full-time Work (Co-Op) Experiences
Stand for Justice
Antioch College stands in solidarity with our past present and future Black community members.
Antioch is pleased to announce that Arts faculty member michael casselli '87 has been appointed Director of the Herndon Gallery. As a tenured faculty member, he continues to offer innovative arts courses and serve as Division Chair, now with reassigned time devoted to...
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Getting to the Root 2-Day Intensive Workshop on Racial justice The Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom at Antioch College, in partnership with H.U.M.A.N. and the Getting to the Root Organizers Collective, presents: Getting...
Dr. Brian Norman Joins Antioch College Yellow Springs, Ohio 7/6/22 — Antioch College is pleased to announce Dr. Brian Norman is joining the College as Vice President for Academic Affairs. Brian most recently served as the inaugural Dean of the Gwen Ifill College of...
Further Positive News About the College’s Plan for the Future Yellow Springs, Ohio, 5/4/22 — Antioch College has hired Vanessa Cubano as its new vice president for advancement. Ms. Cubano, along with the first class of new students upon the College’s reopening, has...