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A NEW KIND OF COLLEGE:

Own Your Education

Live a life

of intention.

As an Antiochian, youtogether we
will win victories for humanity.

Celebrating 100 years of putting knowledge into action through cooperative education

You will join a

collaborative community.

Students and faculty collaborate closely on learning projects. All Antiochians contribute to community governance. Your voice will contribute to building a better Antioch College every day.

 

You will engage in

real-world experiences.

Antiochians don’t just sit in a classroom learning about the world. You will experience the world off campus through our Cooperative Education Program, or “Co-op.” You may even get paid for the work.

 

Then, you will become

a force for positive change.

Since the college’s founding, its students and alumni have worked toward social and ecological justice. Our mission, to “win victories for humanity” is woven through our curriculum, into the fabric of campus life, and drives alumni engagement the world over.

Your voice will be heard

Student to Faculty Ratio – 4:1

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

The most formative experiences I’ve had at Antioch have happened with my community.”

Stand for Justice

Antioch College stands in solidarity with our past present and future Black community members.

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