Antioch University

Focused on core values of inclusiveness, social justice, experiential learning and socially engaged, global citizenship, AU’s emphasis on community involvement distinguishes us from other institutions.

Antioch University

Antioch University has five campuses: AU Santa Barbara, AU Los Angeles, AU Midwest, AU Seattle, and AU New England as well as a University-wide PhD in Leadership and Change and an Education Abroad Program.

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The University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.

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Los Angeles

AULA is a vibrant community of learners, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs in nonprofit management, education, psychology, creative writing and urban sustainability.

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AUM offers an exceptional and affordable education for adult learners looking to complete their bachelor's degree or earn their master's degree.

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New England

AUNE is a dynamic, innovative institution offering scholarly, practice-oriented graduate study programs in environmental studies, education, psychology, and management.

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Santa Barbara

Located in beautiful downtown Santa Barbara, AUSB offers an innovative BA completion program with seven concentrations and flexible graduate degree programs in business, education, psychology, and writing.


Adult students at AUS enjoy small classes and a hands-on approach to learning that prepares them to advance in their fields or pursue new, meaningful careers through our undergraduate and graduate programs.

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PhD in Leadership & Change

The PhDLC focuses on the art and science of leading change with a uniquely designed interdisciplinary curriculum that places each student's practitioner work at the heart of their doctoral study.

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Education Abroad

Cross-cultural immersion and rigorous coursework are combined with intensive experiential learning – independent field research, service projects, or arts apprenticeships – embedded within communities around the globe.

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• Antioch’s roots can be traced back to 1852 and educator Horace Mann
• Antioch was the first college to offer the same curriculum to male and female students.
• Antioch was one of the first historically all white colleges to eliminate race as an admission requirement

AU Leadership

• Antioch University Chancellor Felice Nudelman
• Antioch University Board of Governors
• Antioch University Leadership Council