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Antioch University
Santa Barbara

Education to make a difference.

Celebrating 40 Years in Santa Barbara

At Antioch University Santa Barbara, we strive to prepare students for professional success and service to their communities. We focus on developing students of all ages and backgrounds into leaders and critical thinkers who solve the challenges we face today as a society. In 2017, we celebrated 40-years of being a Santa Barbara institution and part of a dynamic and diverse community.

Antioch University Santa Barbara is a private, not-for-profit institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. We’re proud to have had continuous accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission since 1927.

DEGREES & PROGRAMS

In an effort to bestow the skills necessary to advance social, economic, and environmental justice, AUSB offers a wide array of degrees in a variety of fields. Find an inspiring degree for wherever you are in life and begin your pursuit of a successful – and meaningful – career.

FEATURED EVENTS

Learn more about attending Antioch University Los Angeles at one of our upcoming Admissions events.

Sat 06
Thu 11

MA in Clinical Psychology Info Session | AUSB

March 11 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm PST
Sat 13

MEd & Teaching Credential Info Session | AUSB

March 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
Wed 17

Undergraduate Completion Programs Info Session | AUSB

March 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT

STUDENTS SHARE WHY THEY CHOSE ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY SANTA BARBARA​

Odyssy
  • Dark Stars

    I want to erase all of the sundrenched days my skin has known. Scrubbing, scraping, burning, bleaching. “Be careful, you will scrub yourself to the bone.” My mother says. Bone is what I want, clean and white and unmarred like the pale light of the moon.   “Every freckle is a kiss from an angel.” [...]

  • Selfish

    I know what it takes to love someone else the way we all deserve, and I want nothing to do with it.  A couple of years ago during a therapy session I was ruminating on how much I loved going to bed by myself every night and doubted that I would want to share ever [...]

  • Kinship in the Kitchen

    The holiday season of 2020 was undeniably different. The global pandemic had changed the nature by which we celebrated all year long, so it came as no surprise that the upheaval tumbled into winter holiday planning. Many found themselves stewing over their decision of whether or not to go visit their families for fear of [...]

  • Code Blue

    It is likely surprising for readers to imagine that in America, a wealthy and so-called developed nation, mortality rates for some women may resemble those of developing countries. However, through an analysis of historical records and modern statistics, it is apparent that racial healthcare bias has been an issue in the United States for over [...]

  • Thirteen

      Thirteen, she believed she had it all A loving family, a life worth living. Mother, Father, Sister and Brother, Together, a home full of love and care.   Her world, so innocent  Nothing could go wrong Her youth shared with friends and laughter  Full of enthusiasm little responsibility  Free from worry and doubt.   [...]

  • No Ones Child – Part Three

    The distance of their homestead to town made it difficult to arrange many after school or weekend play-dates with children her own age and the result was that Natalia was much of the time on her own. She adored walks into the hills imagining the rugged vistas as they were when the Native Americans dwelt [...]

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