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Antioch University Los Angeles is a private university located in Culver City, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 86 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Computer and Information Sciences, Psychology, and Liberal Arts and Humanities. Antioch University Los Angeles alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $33,500.
400 Corporate Pointe
Culver City, CA 90230
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Rolling Admissions
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Neither required nor recommended
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Early Decision/Early Action


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Antioch is a very special and unique Universtiy. The faculty, areas of study and administrative staff are fantastic and also challenging. A perfect learning institution for adults returning to finish their BA or continue onto their Masters degree. You wil learn and experience a lot. This boutique university is filled with highly trained staff and supportive faculty. They will constantly encourage you but also make certain you do the work. Only flaw for me is that it does not have a true, green private campus like others or languages . Other than than a great education.
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I love this college. I feel they really put the student and their future goals up front and center. There are meetings with advisors and financial aide help to get you the most money and the best plan for your classes and future you need. I am entering after a long time away when I first left college when I was young and didn't know any better. After only a year, I will have my degree and be able to start on my teaching credentials and or my masters in creative writing.
The professors are great and really make a point to be there for you and to assist you in your academic needs.
The size of the school itself is small and I wish there were a gym and or a few more amenities for students, but in the end I am there for my degree and not living there for a college life experience. I am having a great time being back in school and even better time with the helpful faculty on hand.
The second year of school is when I will begin my internships. I'm just going into my second quarter, but the school seems very well connected to a variety of internship opportunities. There seems to be plenty help with connecting to career services if resources are used. I most enjoy having an academic counselor to connect with and ask advice about direction in academics and career.