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Welcome Antiochians!

New Students arrive Wednesday, August 25.

Classes begin Monday, August 30.

[COVID-19 SAFETY INFORMATION]

Welcome and Welcome Back!  During the next phase of your academic life, you’ll have the opportunity to study what you love, learn new skills in real world settings, and have a real say in what Antioch will mean for you and other members of this community.

Be sure to bookmark this page, as we’ll post any updates that you’ll need to know here. Already, we’ve included the orientation schedule, information on local accommodations for family and friends who might join you, and a preview of the fall course list so you can begin thinking about your fall schedule.

You are about to embark on a journey that is like no other — it can be overwhelming. Please don’t hesitate to be in touch with your admissions counselor if you have questions.

Call 937-319-6082 or write admission@antiochcollege.edu

Tyler Clapsaddle ’19 on the importance of community in the Antioch experience 

Kevin McGruder, associate professor of history, on the student-advisor relationship

Kim Landsbergen, assistant professor of biological and environmental science, on the power of experiential learning

Log into your Online Status Page For updates or required forms. Unsure of something? contact us at 937-319-6082 or email admission@antiochcollege.edu.

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