Trustee Forum Presents

Trustee Forum: Homeland Security & Personal Privacy – April 29

How can we balance homeland security and personal privacy? That is the question of AUSB’s spring Trustee Forum, as it will focus on the topics of homeland security, data collection, and personal privacy issues. This free, public event will be … Learn More

If a Tree Falls

Environment in Focus: If a Tree Falls – Friday, April 18

The Academy Award nominated environmental documentary If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front
 – which has won film festivals around the country – is coming to AUSB as a part of the Environment in Focus series. … Learn More


AUSB Launches #bthedifference Instagram Contest

As a part of the launch of AUSB’s “Be Social” social media hub – including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn accounts – we invite you to participate in our Instagram photo contest on the theme “Be the Difference.” For five weeks, … Learn More

Maggie Espinoza

AUSB Honors the Life of Maggie L. Espinoza

AUSB honors the life of AUSB alum and long-time community leader Margaret “Maggie” L. Espinoza and her service to Santa Barbara county. Maggie, a resident of Guadelupe, CA, passed away February 13, 2014, at the age of 64. This year … Learn More

Photo of Huricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy Donations, They need your help!

As most of us know, there are thousands of people struggling to manage with the little the hurricane left them.  Items needed: Cloths (can be used), bottled water, blankets, diapers for all ages, flashlights, batteries, non-perishable foods, baby food.  Everything … Learn More


Close Your Eyes and Envision Yourself 20 Years From Now. What do you see? – The Best Exotic Life Ahead.

The article below written by Dr. Elizabeth Wolfson, chair of the Master’s in Clinical Psychology program, recently appeared on Noozehawk as part of her series on Healthy Aging. The Best Exotic Life Ahead Close your eyes and envision yourself 20 … Learn More

Featured AUSB Graduate Jennifer Freed is a Local Hero for Teens

This month we feature Antioch University Santa Barbara graduate Dr. Jennifer Freed – an accomplished author, educator, counselor and advocate for young adults in our community. Continue reading Learn More

The Antioch University Santa Barbara Difference

Antioch University Santa Barbara (AUSB) has gone through healthy transformations to best serve our students and community. “What is what is the difference between Antioch Santa Barbara and other universities?” Antioch Santa Barbara’s difference was clearly defined by Dr. Nancy Leffert at her inauguration. The theme of ACCESS, ENGAGE and COLLABORATE defines and guides the experience we help our students claim personally, professionally and academically. Continue reading Learn More

Help for the people of Haiti

It is difficult to know how to respond to the devastation and tragic loss of life that has just occurred in the capital city of Haiti.  It is hard to comprehend such desperate situations especially when they take place at … Learn More

Freedom's Wings a performance in commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.

Clandis Payne, Psy.D. Clinical Psychology Doctorate Program student will perform and facilitate “experiential moments” on the topic of cultural diversity, Monday, January 18, 4 – 6 p.m.. This is part of the “Dialogue & Diversity through the Arts” series at … Learn More

Arts for Humanity!

Arts for Humanity! is an arts outreach organization in Santa Barbara that celebrates humanity through the arts with programs that cultivate creativity and empower people with developmental disabilities, at-risk youth, the elderly and others in partnership with local artists and … Learn More

Fall Quarter Celebration

A celebration of Antioch University’s fall quarter and art reception with Paintings by James-Paul Brown. The event was held on Thursday, October 22nd 5:30-8:00 pm

AUSB Odyssey

The next edition of The AUSB Odyssey is currently in the works. For all you budding writers out there this is a great chance to get that favorite poem or essay of yours published. To submit an article or picture, … Learn More