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Students will continue to live and study on campus in the fall. Learn more about our current plans at the link.


COVID-19 Info

Students who choose to attend Antioch College crave transformative, real-world experiences. They have an interest in collaboration and community. They want the freedom and flexibility to design an education that prepares them for active professional, political, and social engagement.

They want to “win victories for humanity.”

As a student with:


A strong academic record

Some foreign language study

Four years of English, math, science and social studies

A history of work, volunteer and/or leadership experience

Participation in extracurricular activities

Curiosity about the world and your place in it

An understanding of current national and local events

An interest in exploring and challenging ideas

You will stand out in the application process.




of 2016 Grads are Employed or in Grad School

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Seal that reads "featured in 2022 Fiske Guide to Colleges"
Seal for the Princeton Review Guide to Green Schools

“I chose Antioch because they made me feel welcome, and they made me feel like I mattered. People really do leave Antioch and change the world — and I wanted to be a part of that.”

— Sarah Mills ’21

We are committed to making sure nothing stands in your way. We do not discriminate in our admissions decisions on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, or physical ability.

We are also committed to doing everything possible to ensure cost is not a barrier to your education as an otherwise qualified applicant.


Average grants and scholarships
per student