RSVP Today: Bachelor of Arts Open House

Thank you for attending our Bachelor of Arts Open House
Monday, June 13, 2011

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Thank you for everyone who joined us for a special Open House event highlighting the Antioch University Santa Barbara Bachelor of Arts Program. Propsective students were able to meet with AUSB professors, staff, and admissions representatives for an introduction to the "Antioch Experience" – with fun and educational sample class presentations from AUSB professors and Q&A sessions on applying to AUSB.

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AntiochSB.edu/BAThis is a great opportunity for any prospective student, or parents of students, to learn more about earning a Bachelor of Arts degree at Antioch, and why AUSB is a visionary educational community with an innovative, real world experience-based approach to academic programs.

Learn more about our new President's Education Access Grant Program – offering the opportunity for new incoming Summer term students to apply for a $1,000 educational grant. Read about this exciting grant program.

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Open House Special Events:

Bachelor of Arts Information Sessions

Talk to Antioch faculty and admissions representatives about attending Antioch University Santa Barbara, how to apply, and how to transfer from community college or another university. Bring your list of questions about the Bachelor of Arts degree program and Major Concentrations. AUSB staff and alumni will answer questions about AUSB values and what makes Antioch different.

Sample Faculty Presentations  » Read Faculty Profiles

Navigating the Teen Years by Gina Bell, MA

Young people face a number of risks and challenges during adolescence such as bullying, sexual identity, substance abuse, and more that, if not well navigated, can jeopardize their healthy and successful transition to adulthood. Get some important tips and strategies for parenting teens at this vital time in their development.

Myths and Legends: Zorro’s Backyard by Harold Salas-Kennedy, PhD

This sample class presentation will focus on Santa Barbara’s fascinating connection to the legendary Zorro. We will also explore how Mexico’s Cinco De Mayo helped the Union win the Civil War.

What Caused the Current Recession by John Forhan, JD

This sample class presentationwill focus on the missteps that created the current recession and how we avoid them in the future. We will discuss a few dangerous economic animals that shouldn't have been let out of their cages and the havoc they continue to wreak.

Wet and Wild: Seasonal Migrators of Santa Barbara by Dawn Osborn, PhD

This sample class presentation will explore animals from the land and sea that seasonally migrate through the Santa Barbara area. Learn about what brings these creatures to the central coast, why and when they leave, and how you can best see them in their natural habitat.