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Empowering the Next Generation of Leaders

In recent years Seattle has experienced a cultural and technological renaissance, bringing together a diverse group of people across a multitude of advanced industries. We aim to bring a fresh perspective to this growing city by developing superior leaders, championing cultural inclusion, and leading the way towards a more sustainable, healthier future. Join a committed team of faculty, students, and educators dedicated to the betterment of our city.

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Kristin Leong
Kristin Leong: Building Bridges for Self-discovery

In the groundbreaking film, Black Panther (2018), one of the standout quotes spoken by King T’Challa is this: But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. Artist and educator Kristin Leong has blazed a path outside the box that bridges cultural divides, encourages diversity and inclusivity, as well as […]

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Antioch Clinic to Provide FREE Statewide Telebehavioral Health Services to Covid-19 Frontline Workers

Low cost sliding scale counseling also available to those facing financial challenges. The Antioch University Seattle Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic is providing no-fee counseling and therapy services to Covid-19 front line workers throughout 2020. The Antioch Clinic is a graduate student training facility for counselors, therapists, and psychologists in training, supervised by licensed professionals. […]

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The School Librarian Investigation—Decline or Evolution?

Antioch University Seattle has been awarded a $348,905, three-year grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to examine the nationwide decline in school librarian positions and explore how school administrators decide to staff learning resources—including school library and technology services—for K-12 students. Previous regional studies have found that school librarians are less […]

Upcoming Events


Tue 27

Sex Education & Therapy | Lunch & Learn | AUS | Oct 27

October 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
Nov 07

Undergraduate Programs | Info Session | AUS | Nov 7

November 7 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
Dec 05

Undergraduate Programs | Info Session | AUS | Dec 5

December 5 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm PST

Progressive Degrees Inspiring Action

A city as culturally diverse and progressive as Seattle deserves a revolutionary school that offers a variety of experiential degrees that continue pioneering social, economic, and environmental justices. Antioch aims to satisfy this need with a variety of degree options in several different fields. Find an inspiring degree today, and begin your pursuit of a successful career and meaningful life.

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Student and Alumni Stories


Shelly Milne
Shelly Milne

Shelly Milne, Newly Appointed (and First) Teacher Librarian on the Professional Educator’s Standards Board. Shelly Milne, an alumna of the Library Media Endorsement and a teacher-librarian of Cashmere Middle School, WA was recently appointed by Governor Jay Inslee, as the newest member of the state’s educational decision-making body, Professional Educator Standards Board. Shelly is currently a […]

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Elizabeth Wing

Elizabeth Wing graduated from the Education Certificate/Master program in 1995. She is currently a 3rd-grade teacher at Carnation Elementary in Carnation, Washington. Wing has been teaching for sixteen years and has been nominated twice for teacher of the year. She is the 2018 Patsy Collins Award Winner for Excellence in Education, Environment, and Community; and […]

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Jeff Treistman

Alumnus Jeff Treistman is a man on a mission: equitable access to books and resources and a strong school library programs for all students. In 2015, Jeff Treisman, teacher librarian at Denny International Middle School in Seattle, was a key negotiator during the September Seattle School District teachers’ strike. Treistman worked through weekends and overnights […]