This is an extraordinary time in the history of Antioch College. You might well ask who Antioch College is and in part the answer is never fully answered because we are constantly changing. Here is a little bit about where we came from and where we are headed.
Antioch College is a small liberal arts institution located on a historic campus in Yellow Springs, Ohio, originally founded in 1850. The College has an inspiring mission and a proud history of educating leaders and contributors to our society, including Nobel Laureates, Fulbright Scholars, and MacArthur Fellows as well as notables in arts and culture, the sciences, the public sector, and business. Our innovative baccalaureate program integrates rigorous classroom learning with full-time work and community engagement. Commitments to social justice, sustainability, and global issues are important components of the Antioch College experience. When you become an Antiochian, you don’t just attend a college that has been around since 1850. You participate in a movement rooted in a tradition of breaking boundaries to face the challenges of now. We are a “New Kind of College” that will by design also have an impact on colleges and universities around the world.
An appreciation for the historic traditions and mission of Antioch College, Glen Helen, and the Antioch Review are preferred, and experience with or an appreciation for cooperative education in the context of the liberal arts study is essential. The ability to begin work immediately may be necessary. Current residence or a stated willingness to relocate to Yellow Springs, Ohio, is preferred.
If joining our effort by working at the College is of interest to you, we encourage you to consider one of the available positions listed below. We accept applications and any supporting materials for the positions currently listed on our website. We do not retain unsolicited applications.
Our Hiring Philosophy
Antioch College embraces diversity as a core value, and considers it fundamental to excellence in education. We are an educational community dedicated to the pursuit of social justice that intentionally and consistently supports diverse and inclusive practices. Antioch College acknowledges and seeks to end the existence of systemic inequity in terms of access to power, resources, and privilege and works to develop access and equity in the community. Within this context, Antioch seeks to build authentic engagement across diversity, ensure systems of support for historically and currently marginalized groups, and promote safety in challenging dialogues and exchanges. We believe diversity enhances learning and our individual and collective ability to manifest positive change. We seek candidates who can contribute to Antioch’s mission through curricular development and innovation that fosters social justice, cultural competencies, and understanding of diversity.
Antioch College is committed to the goal of achieving equal opportunity for all and, accordingly, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, expression and characteristics, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, visible or invisible disability, or status as a disabled veteran of the Vietnam era. The College complies with federal and state legislation and regulations regarding nondiscrimination. This policy applies to faculty and staff, applicants for faculty and staff positions, students, and applicants for educational programs and activities. Inquiries concerning this policy should be addressed to the Office of the President.