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Built on the Ideals of Equality
& Progress

Since its founding in 1852, Antioch University has stayed at the forefront of social justice, inclusion, and equality for all people, regardless of ethnicity, gender, creed, orientation, or ability. Throughout our 165-year history, we’ve attracted students who took the Antioch values out into the world. Many Antioch alumni, such as Coretta Scott King and Winona LaDuke, have stood for social and environmental justice, and made a difference in the policies and ideologies of the world to the betterment of all.

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Writers’ Exchange Celebrates Three Years of Professional Editing Support

For three years, the AU Writer’s Exchange (WEX) has helped students, faculty, and alumni refine their writing by offering professional services that include coaching, developmental editing, and final format editing. An offshoot of Antioch’s Virtual Writing Center, WEX was initially designed to support AU doctoral students at all stages of dissertation writing. Today, WEX Editors […]

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Announcing Antioch University COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund

I cannot do all the good that the world needs. But the world needs all the good that I can do. – Singer-Songwriter, Jana Stanfield Those words have been emblematic of the Antiochian spirit since its inception, and they are even more so today as the world faces the perils of a deadly pandemic. COVID-19 […]

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10 Ways You Can Help The Earth From Home

Today is the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. While COVID-19 has impacted many cleanup activities and gatherings, there are many things that you can do to help the environment while you are social distancing. The Huffington Post has a list of 50 ways to celebrate Earth Day during coronavirus, including: Sign up for emails from […]

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Seven No-Cost Learning Resources For Parents and Children Learning at Home

As millions of parents are juggling working from home with full-time care of their children and an expectation that they will help in their schooling, many are looking for online resources that can simultaneously engage and enrich. Luckily, the internet currently abounds with cool projects, fun audio, and great writing that combine entertainment and instruction. […]

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Temporary closure of Antioch campus facilities through April 30, 2020

To: Antioch University Students, Faculty and Staff From: Chancellor Bill Groves and University Leadership Subject: Temporary closure of Antioch campus facilities through April 30, 2020 Our collective efforts to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus will be the only difference between catastrophic levels of sickness and a shorter pandemic that will take a less […]

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Helping Children Manage Stress During Anxious Times

Originally published on March 16, 2020 on the Old Trail School blog It can be challenging to provide children with reassurance as the coronavirus (COVID-19) has reached pandemic status. As parents, we feel obligated to stay informed of the developing situation, even as each update brings more uncertainty and/or reminds us of unpleasant and frightening […]

Serious Learners Deserve Serious Attention

Whether you are an adult learner beginning to explore options for returning to school or continuing your educational journey after recently graduating, we understand that you probably have a lot of questions. Don’t let the application process obstruct your desire to continue your education. Contact one of our helpful admissions officers today and ask away! We are here to help.

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