As You Inquire and Apply
At Antioch University New England, we’re all about community. We want to get to know you! Here are several ways that you can learn about us and our amazing, unique community:
At AUNE we admire and encourage curiosity. So whether you request information just to learn more or because of an immediate interest in applying, we invite your inquiry and stand ready to answer your questions about our master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs.
Spend time on campus getting to know our faculty and meeting others interested in your field. Attend a visiting day, information session, or webinar. Visit us at a local graduate fair, career fair or conference, or schedule an individual appointment with an admissions counselor or financial aid counselor.
Military-connected students interested in pursuing a certificate or degree at AUNE may be eligible to receive VA benefits and tuition assistance. Learn more about our one-on-one GI Bill® assistance to student veterans and tuition assistance guidance for active duty military.
Communicate with current students and AUNE alumni who have experience in your programs of interest by attending a webinar or visiting day or by checking out our AUNE student groups and social networking sites.
As an Antioch Student
AUNE’s cohort educational model fosters close relationships and a strong sense of community. Students can participate in a range of activities and groups related to their academic programs, interests in governance, activism, community outreach, or other areas. Future student initiatives are limited only by the imagination and drive of those who want to start something new.
AUNE has many student organizations which offer a range of activities and groups related to academic programs, interests in governance, activism, community outreach or general interest areas.
After You Graduate
Graduates of Antioch University represent a truly remarkable group – intelligent, caring leaders; passionate advocates; effective managers, and terrific team players. They have a lot in common: shared values, a strong sense of purpose, and a personal mission to serve as agents of positive change.
More than 10,000 AUNE alumni live and work in 49 states, in 64 countries, on six continents. And each year new graduates prepare to make their own mark as part of this illustrious group.
Our Institutional Advancement/Alumni office keeps alumni connected to their campus, faculty, and each other. We love to hear about all the fantastic things accomplished and spread the word about your achievements to the extended AUNE community.
Visit the Antioch University New England alumni community and learn more about our graduates.
Contact the Laura Andrews, Director of Institutional Advancement via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (603-283-2165) if we can help you in any way.