Antioch University New England Reviews
There are not enough words in this entire world to praise this wonderful community, which reaches beyond your own department to the entire campus. Very cool departments (eg. Education, Clinical Psychology, Dance & Movement Therapy, Environmental Science) with knowledge to share with one another. Extremely rigorous academic training standards without the elitism, competitiveness or focus on marketing one might find in some places. High in critical consciousness in a quiet and matter-of-fact way. Passionate students. Dedicated professors who truly care. The library works magic with getting you the resources you need. Students are supported in their idiosyncrasies, interests and learning trajectories by staff and faculty alike who know you by face, name and story. I love AUNE.
GREAT COMMUNITY OF LEARNERS! VERY SUPPORTIVE . ENGAGING TEACHERS THAT INSPIRE YOU TO LEARN MORE. EVERY COURSE OPENES UP TO NEW IDEAS AND AND NEW KNOWLEDGE. THEY BRING IN FRESH PRESENTERS TO GIVE A ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW
I love the commitment the professors display regarding the success of their students. Admissions and the general administrative staff are amazing people who truly care about the students. The PsyD department has a few small flaws, but is overall proving to me to be a wonderful experience both personally and academically. I enjoy going to campus to see everybody and learn more each and every week.
Very tight-knit community of students and faculty who care about your education, not just their own research!
There is ample FREE parking on campus
I love my program. It is very demanding and takes a lot of time but I feel like I am learning a lot.
Many bars within walking distance.
There are numerous local businesses near campus.
There is only off-campus housing. Antioch helps by having a housing board posted online year-round.
Campus is small but functional for all students
We do not have a student health center or campus security as we are a small graduate school. Students have access to their own insurance and doctors.
All students are above the legal drinking age. There is no drinking on campus and there have not been violations.
As a small graduate school, there are no dorms or campus police. Campus is only one building. As a dance/movement therapy student, we can get pretty loud, but the staff does not seem to mind or complain.
Its fine. We have days in the winterr when the school may close do to the weather conditions
I applied for a scholarship and did not get It however I need to apply for others
I am not really sure however I am going by what I heard
It is only open 8am to 2pm and only offers soups and sandwiches. They have some sweets, coffee and tea. the campus is small so the facilities are limited