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Financial Aid Application

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Dec 1: Early Decision

Feb 15: Regular Decision

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Priority Deadline for Financial Aid Applications


  • New Students: April 1, 2014
  • Current Students: May 1, 2014

In 2014–2015, students demonstrating financial need may be offered an Antioch College Grant in addition to the merit-based Horace Mann Fellowship, which covers full tuition for four years. The Antioch College Grant assists with the costs of room, board, and required fees (Community Government and Activity Fee) for 2014-2015. The Grant must be applied for each year it is needed. To apply for the Antioch College Grant, students must complete Antioch College Financial Aid application, which includes the Antioch College Grant application.

All students must complete the financial aid application and sign a cost estimate letter to avoid having a class registration hold placed on their accounts.


How to Apply as a Prospective New Student


The financial aid application has been released to your Applicant Status Page if you submitted an admission application. Your financial information is not considered in the admission process. You will be required to provide the same name and password used to access your application information. You can complete the form in one sitting or save your progress for later. To return to the form, simply return to your status page, click on the link, and log in again. Once completed, you will receive confirmation that your responses were received via email shortly thereafter.


To complete the form, you will need the following:

  • A copy of your Student Aid Report from the FAFSA (if completed);
  • A copy of your - and if applicable, your spouse's and/or parents' - 2013 Federal Tax Return(s);
  • A copy of your - and if applicable, your spouse's and/or parents' - W2 forms; and
  • The amount in your - and if applicable, your spouse's and/or parents' - checking and savings accounts.

Though Antioch College is not currently listed on the FAFSA, we can use the information on the SAR to determine your eligibility for the Antioch College Grant.


Financial Aid Awarding:

  • If you applied before April 1, 2014, you should receive an award around April 20th.
  • If you applied after April 1st, then your award will be processed in the order in which it was received. This may be up to one month after submission of your application.
  • Only admitted students will receive a financial aid award.
  • A signed copy of your financial aid award must be returned to the Financial Aid Office before you come for Orientation or you will not be able to register for Fall 2014 classes.

How to Apply as a Current Student


The financial aid application has been emailed to your Antioch College email address. The form must be completed in one sitting. Please give yourself up to 30 minutes to complete the form if you have all the following available:

  • A copy of your - and if applicable, your spouse's and/or parents' - 2013 Federal Tax Return(s);
  • A copy of your - and if applicable, your spouse's and/or parents' - W2 forms; and
  • The amount in your - and if applicable, your spouse's and/or parents' - checking and savings accounts.

Financial Aid Awarding:

  • If you applied before May 1, 2014, you should receive an award around June 1st.
  • If you applied after May 1st, then your award will be processed in the order in which it was received. This may be up to one month after submission of your application.
  • A signed copy of your financial aid award must be returned to the Financial Aid Office by the due date listed on your letter or you will not be able to register for Fall 2014 classes.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact:

Maggie Rusnak, Assistant Director of Admission and Financial Aid
fin.aid@antiochcollege.org
937-319-6016 (Direct)
937-319-6085 (Fax)