Million Dollar March Match

Thank you to everyone who gave during March!

We’re still tabulating the final results including mail postmarked by March 31, but we’re delighted to report that we made the match! We will report the final total next week.

Thanks to the community stepping up to help Antioch College fulfill its commitment to making education accessible to students.

Co-op was a big draw and has been fundamental to my experience. Every Co-op changed and challenged me in ways I didn’t expect. They make me the person I am today and I wouldn’t change them for the world.

Samuel Edwards ’18

Major: Political Economics

The Antioch science Co-ops are what set me on course for my entire career.

Joan Steitz ’63

Professor of Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry, Yale University Lasker-Koshland Laureate, Special Achievement in Medical Science

Every dollar given makes a real impact for students!

100% of students receive financial aid

More that $2.5 million in scholarships awarded for the 2019–20 academic year

79% of entering students in fall 2019 are eligible for Pell Grants

I continue to benefit from being an Antiochian as demonstrated by the continuing support of my work in Congress by Karen Mulhauser ’65, and Ben Zitsman ’20, the next Antioch generation. Ben brought whiz-kid computer expertise to my campaign for reelection to the House of Representatives.

Eleanor Holmes Norton ’60

Congresswoman representing Washington, DC

Strategic communications? Delivering a lecture on The Handmaid’s Tale to Slovenian college students? Thanks to Co-op, I’ve accrued work experience I couldn’t have anywhere but Antioch.

Ben Zitsman ’20

Major: Literature

Ways to Give

Securely online at

By mail with a check payable to Antioch College

Annual Fund
One Morgan Place
Yellow Springs, OH 45387

By phone with your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express; please call 937-767-2341

Stock gifts can be electronically transferred by your broker; call 937-767-2341 for details

Antioch College Works Program

Building on the strength of Co-op, the new Antioch College Works program brings new value to the liberal arts by helping students build their life’s résumé through applied learning in and out of the classroom.