Cost and Financial Aid
Our commitment to affordability
Cost should not be a barrier to education, and Antioch College does all it can to provide students with the maximum need- and merit-based aid for which they are qualified.In the 2017-2018 academic year, all students attending Antioch College received some need- or merit-based financial aid. The College awarded $4.08 million in institutional scholarships and grants.
Financial Aid Awarded
|All Undergraduate Students|
|Types of Aid||Percent||Total Amount of Aid Received||Average Amount of Aid Received|
|Grant or scholarship aid*||100%||$4,084,187||$30,941|
|Federal student loans||47%||$347,285||$5,601|
|*Grant or scholarship aid includes aid received, from the federal government, state or local government, the institution, and other sources known by the institution.|
*Visit the U.S. Department of Education’s College Navigator for more information.
Students are encouraged to submit the Application for Admission and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at the same time. Visit our Net Price Calculator.
Tuition and Fees
|Tuition levels are set in the term in the student's initial entry term and are guaranteed for four years of attendance or until the student graduates, whichever is shorter.|
|For Students Entering in Fall 2019, Winter 2020, Fall 2020, and Winter 2021|
|Community Government Fee||$219|
|Student Service Fee||$825|
|For Students Entering in Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, and Winter 2019|
|Community Government Fee||$208|
|Student Service Fee||$792|
|*Housing cost assumes two quarters on campus and one quarter off campus on Co-op.|
Please note that we require that students live on campus in a residence hall and be on a meal plan, with the exception of the annual cooperative education term. Visit Student Financial Services.
CARES Act Emergency Funding for Students
The Coronavirus Assistance, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act approved more than $14 billion in support for higher education. Read Antioch College’s CARES Act Report.