Antioch University Santa Barbara’s student population is diverse in gender, ethnicity, age, class, physical differences, learning styles, sexual orientation, professional backgrounds, and community experiences. To learn about the services available to assist students with specific needs please visit: www.antiochsb.edu/student-support-services
Check with the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs for services available for international students.
Congratulations! Your next steps are: 1. Review your acceptance notification and submit your response to the Student Intent-to-Register survey, along with payment for the $100USD enrollment deposit. 2. Be sure that you have submitted all the International Applicant materials: English … Learn More
Antioch University Santa Barbara admits students for a specific term; however, if you must postpone your enrollment you are able to do so until the next entrance quarter. In order to proceed with your enrollment deferral, you must complete the … Learn More
Yes. International students must have health insurance while enrolled at Antioch University Santa Barbara. Effective January 2014, health insurance options for domestic and international students include applying for a private individual plan or applying for coverage through one of the … Learn More
No. You do not need to submit an immunization record.
Most international students attending Antioch University Santa Barbara hold student (F-1) visas. Once you have been admitted and all supplemental international application materials are received (i.e. Financial Statement, passport style photograph, etc..) the AUSB Office of Admissions will provide you … Learn More
No. At this time there are no on-campus employment opportunities for international students.
No; however, all students must pay the $100 enrollment deposit by the specified due date on their offer of admission letter.
Yes, international students can apply for a second undergraduate degree. Students who have already completed an undergraduate degree can apply to AUSB’s undergraduate program; however, any transfer credit toward the AUSB degree cannot be the same credit used to award … Learn More
No, international students cannot study part-time. U.S. immigration law requires that all international students on F-1 student visas maintain full-time enrollment. To be considered full-time, undergraduate students must be registered for a minimum of 12 quarter credits. Graduate students must … Learn More
Applicants whose native language is not English must demonstrate English language proficiency through successful completion of the ETS-TOEFL, Kaplan’s TOEFL, CELSA or IELTS. *See chart below for acceptable scores. Exam Score Kaplan’s TOEFL Kaplan’s Advanced Level ETS TOEFL 79 … Learn More
In addition to submitting the online application, it is important that you submit all other admission documents in a timely manner (i.e. admission essay, transcripts or approved transcript evaluation, Financial Statement, etc…). Once your admission application is complete—meaning all required … Learn More
The application fee is $60. Please visit this webpage for admission application deadlines.
No, international students use the same online application to apply for admission to all undergraduate and graduate programs. To review the admission criteria and process please click here.
No. Whether a student is a domestic or international student, all students pay the same tuition. Please review the Tuition and Fees page to learn more about the cost of attendance.