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Antioch College Reviews
What's interesting is that when I was applying to colleges back in 1992, Antioch was my third choice after Hampshire and Emerson, but before Bennington & Marlboro. In that I was from NYC, I had an interview with an Antioch alum in upstate NY before applying, and since it was the only choice in my top 5 that was in the Midwest, I actually didn't have the time to visit the campus. If I had, Antioch probably would have fallen behind Bennington, but still before Marlboro, which was my absolute last choice. I was GREATLY attracted to Antioch's co-op approach to education, and at the time I applied, admission to Antioch was competitive. Ironically, it's not now, and I hope Antioch gets back to a level of enrollment that's sustainable. Yellow Springs is a cute place, and though I have NEVER regretted choosing Hampshire over Antioch, I was sad to see the decline of Antioch.
Antioch is a work in progress. However if that is what you are into then this is the perfect school for your. Antioch attracts radical minded people and that was the best part of the experience for me, the people and the professors. The professors have a truly authentic and genuine connection with their students and they both work together to insure that Antioch remains true to its legacy. The co-op experiences are a definitely plus if you network well and enjoy meeting the alum.
There aren't many recruitment opportunities, but co-op is a fantastic way to figure these things out. That department has its problems, but sometimes they are able to match students with really great opportunities.