Antioch College recognizes that the cost of education is a significant financial investment for most families. Antioch is committed to rewarding students and assisting families with demonstrated financial need.
Factors considered for scholarship and financial aid include the student’s proven academic and extracurricular achievements and family need.
Students who apply for financial aid should complete the Antioch College Financial Aid Application and either the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Antioch College Grant application. Priority award packages are made to new students who apply by the April 1, 2013, deadline and for current students who apply by the June 1, 2013, deadline. Applications received after this deadline will be awarded based on available institutional aid.
Types of Financial Aid Available for 2013–2014
The Horace Mann Fellowship: This scholarship is valued at up to four consecutive years of full-time tuition and will be awarded to all admitted students entering in the 2013 and 2014 academic years. It is offered to incoming students based on their academic achievements and community service. An interview is required as part of the selection process. This is a merit-based award.
Antioch College Grant: The College offers institutional aid in the form of a need-based grant, based on a student’s estimated financial need.
Antioch College Student Employment: The College offers students employment opportunities based on their financial need. Students are employed throughout the College community with weekly work modules of between 10 and 20 hours.
Federal Financial Aid: The College does not currently participate in any federal financial aid programs. This includes Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, and private educational loans. Our financial aid officers are available to discuss other funding options that may be available.
Loans: The College is currently unable to assist students in securing loans from private lenders.
Students may use outside scholarships or private loans to pay the balance of their accounts.
Room and Board Requirements: Antioch College requires that students live in a college residence and be on a college meal plan during their first two years, with the exception of the cooperative education program.
Direct and Indirect Costs for 2013–2014
|Community Govt. Fee||$260|
|Total Direct Costs||$36,485|
|College-provided Health Insurance*||$1,700|
|Books and Supplies (estimated)||$600|
|Personal Expenses (estimated)||$1,400|
|Total Indirect Costs||$4,200|
* Mandatory unless waiver is completed by or before Orientation in the autumn of 2013.
** Travel costs depend on where students are from and where they plan to complete their cooperative education quarter.
Statement of Ethical Conduct
The Antioch College Financial Aid Office supports and abides by the Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals as created by the National Association of Student Aid Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA). We are dedicated to serving students and their families with the highest level of ethical behavior and professionalism. We are committed to equitably and consistently provide aid through the objective analysis of all need and influencing factors, and will make every effort to assist students and families with financial need. Every student should have the opportunity to pursue their goals in higher education, and we strive to assist them in this pursuit by removing any financial barriers to the best of our ability.
If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact:
Maggie Rusnak, Assistant Director or Admission and Financial Aid