Antioch is in a town not far from a more urbanized area, in Yellow Springs, OH. The school is classified as a private, not-for-profit college. Students at Antioch earn degrees up to the Doctoral degree.
The most common major fields study at the school include education and teaching.
Antioch does not admit all applicants.
Faculty salaries at the school are higher than most.
Antioch, in 2007-2008, had 125 students (125 full-time equivalent). Adults changing careers are relatively common at the school.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"Antioch's mission is rooted in a historic commitment in experimentation and innovation in the service of transformational education. Antioch University exists to develop students and graduates who grow in their committment to contribute personally to improvement in the human condition through responsible leadership that fosters productive, democratic change in the institutions and communities in which they live and work. These programs are guided by core educational values that include rigorous scholarship and academic discipline, engaged service, community involvement, and student-centered, well-rounded learning. Committed to finding the most effective approaches to student learning, Antioch encourages students to integrate work and study, to incorporate experience with academic study and reflection, and to address issues within a social and political context."
More complete details are provided below.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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