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Tours & Info Sessions

If you can’t make it to an Open House, we still want to meet you and show you around.

Campus tours last an hour and are followed by an information session with an Admission counselor. Kale, our unofficial mascot, may or may not make an appearance.

Let us know you’re coming 48 hours in advance using our Registration Calendar.  If you decide to visit on a whim, you’re welcome to join during a regularly scheduled tour. Want to sit in on a class? Let us know 8 days before your visit so we can make arrangements. Class visits are not available during the first or last week of a term. Please see our Academic Calendar to check your dates.

Dress for an adventure and be mindful of the weather. At the very least, your tour will include an off-path visit to the Antioch Farm. Let us know in advance if you need a paved-path only tour or other accommodation.

If you need to schedule a group tour or a tour held outside our normal schedule, please contact Jillian Johnson, Admission Counselor and Campus Visit Coordinator, at 937-767-1948 or

Regular Weekly Schedule:

Tour at 3:00 p.m.
Information Session at 4:00 p.m.

Tour at 10:30 a.m.
Information Session at 11:30 a.m.

Tour at 9:00 a.m.
Information Session at 10:00 a.m.

WYSO Awarded $50,000 Signature Grant from the Dayton Power and Light Foundation

Public Radio station WYSO is pleased to announce that it's been awarded a second “Signature Grant” for $50,000 from Dayton Power and Light Foundation to continue local economics and business reporting.  WYSO used its first grant in 2013 to expand our newsroom capacity, including hiring Lewis Wallace as Economics and Business Reporter. Wallace came to WYSO from WBEZ in Chicago. Since his arrival, he has filed nearly daily stories and created innovative new programs like WYSO Curious?

Antioch College announces grand opening of new Wellness Center on campus

YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio—August 19, 2014—Antioch College’s newly renovated 44,000-square-foot Wellness Center will officially open to the Yellow Springs community on September 6, 2014.

Call & Response: Experiments in Joy Festival, August 22-24

The weekend of August 22-24, 2014, seven black women artists will premiere new work in the Experiments in Joy Festival as part of “Call & Response,” a dynamic of black women and performance at Antioch College.

Antioch alumnus David Adams Case '43 has died

David Adams Case, of Yellow Springs, died peacefully on Aug. 3, 2014. He was 92.
David was born in Rochester, N.Y., on March 31, 1922, and lived most of his youth on Staten Island, N.Y. He learned to sail on Conesus Lake in western New York at the family summer home, and spent his teenage years refining and racing his small sloop, the “Bubble,” on New York Harbor. He crewed on the second-place winner in the North American Junior Championships and with that came as close as he ever would to qualifying for the America’s Cup race.

Antioch College hires summer fellow in creative writing

Hannah H. Kim is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop where she was awarded the Schupes Prize for Excellence in Fiction. She was fiction editor of The Iowa Review and has been published in Vice Magazine and the Korea Daily. She has lived and worked in South Korea, and was a writer-in-residence at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory. She is from Los Angeles.

She will be teaching:
Lit 250: Creative Writing I
Lit 251: Expository Writing I

About Us


The Antioch College Farm utilizes ecological agriculture to provide an integrated context for liberal arts learning. The Farm allows students to experience, explore, and develop methods of sustainability, through its interwoven functions as an outdoor laboratory for curricular study and a living forum where student labor connects to campus dining and recycling.

Guiding Principles

  • Environmental Sustainability - Growing methods meet the National USDA Organic Standards, but also include ecological, biodynamic, and/or permaculture practices. Structures and designs also reflect our commitment to environmental sustainability, conserving natural resources, and minimizing campus waste.
  • Healthy, Living Soil - The farm uses campus leaves, vegetable dining scraps, and other local “waste” products to create a nutrient-rich soil, high in organic matter, and teaming with microbial life. Special attention is paid to soil conservation and soil ecology.
  • Biodiversity – As a mimic to nature, the Farm grows a variety of perennial and annual plants, including crops that attract beneficial insects.
  • Local Water Quality – No synthetic chemicals or fertilizers, which can leach into the local water shed, are used. Water conservation practices are employed.
  • Experiential Education – The Farm is an outdoor classroom, integrated into the curriculum, providing a living laboratory for experimentation and an interactive learning space.
  • Economic Sustainability – Fresh food grown on the Farm goes entirely to enhance student dining.

Farm Committee

  • Nick Boutis, director of the Glen Helen Ecology Institute
  • Kat Christen, Farm manager
  • Linda Fuselier, associate professor of environmental science
  • David Goodman, alumnus
  • Eric Miller, annual fund officer
  • Maggie Rusnak, assistant director of admission and financial aid
  • Reggie Stratton, facilities manager
  • Lewis Trelawny-Cassity, assistant professor of philosophy
  • Marianthe Bickett, student farm crew leader


For more information about the Farm or to volunteer, call 937-477-8654 or e-mail

Antioch alumnus Warren Bennis '51 has died

Walter Bennis '51

Warren G. Bennis in 2012.
Credit Phil Channing / University of Southern California

Antioch students participate in “Sweep” performance with artist Wura-Natasha Ogunji

On July 20, 2014, five Antioch students performed “Sweep” with Wura-Natasha Ogunji, a visiting artist in the “Call & Response” dynamic of black women and performance, organized by Gabrielle Civil, associate professor of performance .

Students Ciana Ayenu '17, Hannah Priscilla Craig '17, IdaLease Cummings '16, Nzinga Ashley Jones '16 and Noella Nzishura '16 carried vessels of earth on their heads and poured it in the center of the Antioch campus with the earth and their bodies.