Tuition & Fees

For most students, a private Antioch College education actually costs about the same as a public college, and we are often more accessible than other private colleges. We believe that meeting educational costs is a partnership between the College, the family and the student. Most students invest in their education through personal savings, family contributions and federal student aid. 

Check our Net Price Calculator and learn more about financial aid.

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. View costs per term (quarter).

Costs for 2018–2019




Tuition (Full-Time)


Community Govt. Fee


Student Service Fee


Orientation Fee


Graduation Fee






Total Direct Costs



Books and Supplies (estimated)


Travel (estimated)


Medical Insurance Expenses ** (estimated)


Co-op Expenses (estimated): 


Personal Expenses (estimated):


Total Indirect Costs




* Room and Board costs are based on occupancy for 3 terms only
**Antioch College requires that all students have medical insurance coverage. Antioch College offers a plan that can be purchased by students annually. The costs reflected here are based on current plan costs, and may change each year.


Director of Financial Aid
Matthew Dec
phone: 937-319-6082 ext. 6016
e-mail: or