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Consumer Information

The U.S. Department of Education requires that we provide “consumer” information to prospective students and their families and to current students, faculty and staff. Following is a list of the information we are required to provide, with links to webpages, additional information about where to obtain the information, and the individual at Antioch College who can assist you with questions, concerns or requests for paper copies.

Information About Us on External Websites

Information About Us on Our Website

School and program accreditation, approval, or licensure: Antioch College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The College will host a review for reaffirmation of accreditation in 2019-20. 

  • Student body diversity
    • Gender (Fall 2019)
      • 59% Female
      • 41% Male
    • Ethnicity (Fall 2019)
      • 51% White
      • 5% Multi-racial
      • 22% African-American
      • 14% Hispanic/Latino/a
      • 1% Asian
      • 3% American-Indian/Alaska Native
      • 0% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
      • 4% Prefer not to say/unknown

68% of first-time, first-year students were Pell Grant recipients (Fall 2018).

Academic Program Information

Cost of Attendance & Refund Policies

Transfer & Withdrawal Policies

Student Information Policies

Community Expectations Policies

Student Health & Safety

  • Vaccinations Policy: Antioch College does not require students to have any immunizations. However, all students must report to Antioch College their immunization history as part of their onboarding paperwork requirements. For more information, contact Medical Services.
  • Drug and alcohol abuse prevention program (distributed in writing to each student and employee annually). (Included in Security Report)
  • Security report (including emergency response and evacuation procedures), timely warnings, and crime log.
  • Information for crime victim about disciplinary proceedings (provided to victim of crime upon request). (Available upon request.)
  • Security report—missing person notification policy (distributed in annual security report). (Included in Security Report.)
  • Fire safety report (Included in Security Report.)
  • Fire log (open for public inspection). (Included in Security Report.)

Student Outcomes

Overall six-year graduation rate (Class of 2017): 78%

Six-year graduation rate by gender (Class of 2017):

  • Women – 76%
  • Men – 81%

Six-year graduation rate by race (Class of 2017) — Note: Categories with 2 or fewer students were excluded to ensure confidentiality.

  • Black or African American – 67%
  • Asian – 50%
  • White – 79%
  • Two or more races – 100%
  • Hispanic/Latino – 80%
  • Race and ethnicity unknown – 72%
  • Note: Since Antioch College was not eligible for Title IV funds until 2015, students in the Class of 2017 did not receive Pell Grants or Direct Subsidized Loans in their entering year.

 

Antioch College Environmental Health & Safety Program

Antioch College is committed to providing a safe and healthy campus environment and furnishing a workplace that is free from recognized hazards that can cause illness, injury, or death. For the health and safety of all faculty, staff, students and community members, various health and safety programs have been developed and implemented in accordance with Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. These programs assist in protecting all Antioch College community members during their various work functions.

The Antioch College Safety & Occupational Health Plan is managed by the Office of Physical Plant. Please direct any questions, concerns or comments to this office at 937-319-6065 x9201.

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