Antioch College offers a variety of scholarships, including both merit-based and need-based assistance. The majority of scholarship assistance is directly provided by College alumni, through the Annual Fund, the Student Success Fund, endowed scholarships, and scholarships funded by individuals.
Funded by individuals
Antioch College Works Scholarships
The new Antioch College Works Scholarship addresses the problem of college affordability head on by making an Antioch College education accessible to students who could not otherwise afford it. The Scholarship covers full tuition for four years to students who qualify for federally subsidized Pell Grants* at any level (after any federal, state, and other scholarships and grants are applied).
Your support for the Antioch College Works Program will broaden access to Antioch College’s transformative educational experience. A gift of $100,000—payable over four years—will enable us to offer deserving students a full-tuition scholarship.
New Generations Scholarships
The New Generations Scholarships were inspired by the inaugural donors Al and Donna Denman. They are annual need-based scholarships funded by pledges from individual donors. The New Generations Scholarships are renewable annually for up to four years. Amounts vary from $6,250 per year to $35,000 per year.
Named New Generations Scholarships are:
Al and Donna Denman
Karen McClennen ’69
Helen H. Wheeler ’96
Matthew Walker Gribbin
James Spangler ’74 and Megan Trolander
Katy Tornheim ’43
Ilse Tebbetts ’54
Joseph ’47 and Sarah Marcum
Paula Wolk ’67
Joseph G. Stanfield
Daniel Weiss ’75
Antonia Krus Foreit Memorial Scholarship
The Antonia Krus Foreit Memorial Scholarship is a four-year scholarship for a first generation college student. It provides $5,000 per year for four years as long as the recipient maintains good academic standing. Funding for the Antonia Krus Foreit Memorial Scholarship comes from an endowment established by Karen (Fleischman) Foreit ’67 and Jim Foreit ’67.
George Seifert Scholarship
The George Seifert Scholarship is a needs-based four-year endowed scholarship for a student coming from an under-resourced high school in a low-income community. Special consideration is given to students who are the first in their families to attend college, or are from immigrant families, or attended vocational or career and technical education (CTE) high schools. It provides $5,000 per year for four years. Funding for the George Seifert Scholarship comes from an endowment established by George Seifert ’52.
Denman Total Need Scholarship Fund
Covers total room and board for students with high financial need (one per graduation cohort) for their entire enrollment at Antioch College.
Funded via the Annual Fund
Antioch College Trustee Scholarship
Merit award granted on the basis of the strength of the application for admission. Up to $32,000/academic year for four years.
Rebecca Pennell Scholarship
Tuition scholarship awarded to students with demonstrated financial need. Awards are determined annually upon submission of the FAFSA.
Algo D. Henderson Room and Board Grant
Awarded to students with demonstrated financial need. Awards are determined annually upon submission of the FAFSA.
Antioch College Alumni Scholarship
$500/academic year for four years to students who are nominated for admission by an alum of Antioch College.
If you would like to set up a scholarship…
Contact the Office of Advancement:
One Morgan Place
Yellow Springs, OH 45387