Ways of Giving

The Chancellor’s Fund

The Chancellor’s Discretionary Academic Innovation Fund was established in 2010 for the purpose of supporting academic innovation in teaching and learning that builds an integrated university, which fulfills the university’s Vision 20/20 and the campuses purposes.

Antioch History Project

Initiated in late 2009 this project has two aims: to collect the university’s historical records; and to document those individuals directly involved associated with the development of Antioch University. The project will culminate in a book outlining the university’s history and providing a lasting legacy for the university community.

Scholarship Fund for the Ph.D. in Leadership and Change Program

Antioch University’s Ph.D. in Leadership and Change Program offers a unique curriculum with content heavily focused on issues of social justice leadership and change. The curriculum is learner-centered and designed for working professionals who are interested in enrolling in a full-time doctoral program while simultaneously maintaining their professional full-time work.

Scholarship Fund for the Returning Peace Corp Volunteers

This scholarship fund was established to assist those individuals who have served in the Peace Corp as they continue to pursue an advanced college degree. Two scholarships are available each year to incoming masters or doctoral students, who have completed a Peace Corps experience.

Antioch University Fund

The AU Fund provides general support to the operation of the university. These annual gifts from university alumni and friends enhance programs on each of the campuses. The challenge for the AU Fund is ensuring sustained growth to continue its support of academic programs and related support services.