There are 100 acres and 25 buildings on the Antioch College campus, which fits easily and comfortably into the village of Yellow Springs, melding effortlessly into the surrounding neighborhoods. The campus opens onto a huge park of ancient trees, which leads the eye easily to the 1,000-acre Glen Helen Nature Preserve, the legacy of Hugh Taylor Birch, who, in 1929, donated the wooded glen to Antioch College in memory of his daughter, Helen.
GETTING TO ANTIOCH COLLEGE
The most convenient airport to Yellow Springs is the Dayton International Airport, which is 25 miles away. The Columbus Airport is roughly 60 miles away.
1. Take exit 52A off Interstate 70 and head south on Route 68 toward Xenia and Yellow Springs. About seven miles down the road, you will enter Yellow Springs. Route 68 then becomes Xenia Avenue, the main street through Yellow Springs.
2. Proceed through downtown Yellow Springs and turn left at Center College St.
3. Center College St. will dead end at Livermore St. and you will see the College campus. Parking is available along Livermore and in other designated areas on campus.
From daily campus tours to special events, there are several visit options for prospective students throughout the year. Please contact the Office of Admission and Financial Aid at or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details as you finalize your travel plans.
WHERE TO STAY
For options of places to stay when visiting please see Lodging in and around Yellow Springs.
A map of the College’s campus is also available.