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Discover a New Kind of College

Antioch College is a college of action—where students own their education, learn experientially, and act for justice. We believe Antioch offers students a unique learning opportunity – the freedom to study what you love; real work experience locally, nationally, and internationally through Co-op; and the support you need to prepare for a successful life and career after graduation.

Antioch College Works

We believe cost should not be a barrier to education. We guarantee full-tuition, last-dollar scholarships to all admitted students who are eligible for the Pell grant. We also offer:

  • Campus and Community-based Work: Every incoming student will be guaranteed an on-campus or community-based job.
  • International Experience: Each student will be offered the opportunity for at least one international experience in their third or fourth year, with a fellowship for travel and living expenses if needed.
  • Launch Placement: Our Cooperative Education program will find meaningful, compensated placement for students who aren’t enrolled in graduate school or employed after earning their bachelor’s degree.

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Learn in the classroom

At Antioch College, students work with faculty to create self-designed majors in areas that are of interest to them. Beyond the general education curriculum, you choose which courses will best prepare you for the academic and professional goals you’ve set for yourself.




Social Science

You design a major around one or more areas of study

Biology and Biomedical Science

Environmental Science


Law and Justice

Literature and Creative Writing

Media Arts

Political Science and Global Political Economy


Public Anthropology

Sculpture and the Expanded Field


Visual Arts

And you may add a focus to your degree

French Language and Culture Spanish Language and Culture Global and Transnational Engagement

Experience the world through Co-op

Antioch College students spend at least a quarter of their college education in full-time, compensated positions locally, nationally, and internationally through our Cooperative Education program. When you graduate, you’ll have a wealth of real-world experiences and a résumé to prepare you for your next academic or professional adventure.

Sarah Mills ’21
Hollyn Bermond ’19
Shelby Pratt ’19
Tyler Clapsaddle ’19
Truth Garrett ’20
Delaney Schlesinger-Devlin ’22

Faculty Stories

Kevin McGruder, PhD
Vice President of Academic Affairs
Associate Professor of History
Kim Landsbergen, PhD
Associate Professor of Biology
and Environmental Science
Luisa Bieri Rios, MA
Assistant Professor of Cooperative Education

Antioch is a New Kind of College—a College of Action—where students own their education, learn experientially, and act for justice.

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