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Applying to Antioch College

DEADLINES

Dec 1: Early Decision

Feb 15: Regular Decision

  • Application Deadline Passed - The application deadline for entry in Fall of 2014 has passed. Please check back again in late Summer, when our application for Fall 2015 will open!

Antioch College academics emphasize individualized learning, global citizenship, work, and social engagement. Our admission process and awarding of a full-tuition for four years Horace Mann Fellowship reflects this focus. We ask each applicant to demonstrate how he or she can benefit from the entire Antioch College experience. Are you a future Antiochian?

Please note that by applying for admission to Antioch College, you are automatically applying for the four-year, full-tuition Horace Mann Fellowship. You may also choose to complete the separate application for the Antioch College Grant, an award that offers partial coverage of room and board expenses.

First-Year Applicants // Transfer Students // International Students

First-Year Applicant

A first-year applicant is someone who has not attended college beyond secondary school. Note: Students who participated in Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO), such as a dual enrollment program, should apply as first-year applicants.

  1. Application for Admission: The application deadline for entry in Fall of 2014 has passed. Please check back again in late Summer, when our application for Fall 2015 will open!
  2. Secondary School ReportPDF file icon: Submit this form only if you are still in high school. If you are no longer in high school, you can substitute a recommendation letter from an instructor, volunteer coordinator, employer, or other person in a similar role who is familiar with your present circumstances.
  3. Instructor Evaluation FormPDF file icon: Completed by an instructor who taught you an academic subject
  4. Transcripts: Official secondary school (high school) and college transcripts (if applicable). Unofficial transcripts, including photocopies of official transcripts, cannot be accepted. Transcripts must be mailed directly from the institutions from which credits are earned or submitted in an original envelope sealed by the granting institution.
  5. Personal Essay: Submit a 650-word essay that answers one of the prompts on the Application for Admission.
  6. Scholarship Essay: Submit a 500-word essay that answers the Horace Mann Fellowship prompt on the Application for Admission.

Optional Items

  • Interviews: Students who submit all supporting materials and complete their application may be invited to interview with an admission representative or alumni of the College. Not all applicants will be interviewed.
  • Test Scores: Applicants are encouraged to submit their ACT or SAT scores if they feel the scores are reflective of their academic abilities.
  • Home School SupplementPDF file icon

Transfer applicant

A transfer applicant is someone who has attended college or university beyond secondary school completion.

  1. Application for Admission: The application deadline for entry in Fall of 2014 has passed. Please check back again in late Summer, when our application for Fall 2015 will open!
  2. Recommendation Letter: Submit a recommendation letter from a college professor, instructor, volunteer coordinator, employer, or other person in a similar role.
  3. Instructor Evaluation FormPDF file icon: completed by an instructor who taught you an academic subject
  4. Transcripts: Official secondary school (high school) and college transcripts (if applicable). Unofficial transcripts, including photocopies of official transcripts, cannot be accepted. Transcripts must be mailed directly from the institutions from which credits are earned or submitted in an original envelope sealed by the granting institution.
  5. Personal Essay: Submit a 650-word essay that answers one of the prompts on the Application for Admission.
  6. Scholarship Essay: Submit a 500-word essay that answers the Horace Mann Fellowship prompt on the Application for Admission.

Optional Items

  • Interviews: Students who submit all supporting materials and complete their application may be invited to interview with an admission representative or alumni of the College. Not all applicants will be interviewed.
  • Test Scores: Applicants are encouraged to submit their ACT or SAT scores if they feel the scores are reflective of their academic abilities.
  • Home School SupplementPDF file icon

International Students

An international applicant is someone whose U.S. immigration status is anything other than citizen or permanent resident.

Antioch College hopes to admit International Students in the future. At this time, Antioch College can only admit students who are US citizens, permanent residents, or who have legal authorization to work in the United States. We cannot administer student visas for International Students at this time, however we are working hard to gain this capability in the future.