Make a Difference
The world needs you now. AUNE will teach you how to put your ideals to work and become part of the solution for our modern day challenges.
Our graduate programs will expand your knowledge and leadership skills in the fields of:
|At Antioch University New England, we’re all about community. We want to get to know you! Here are several ways that you can learn about us and our amazing, unique community:
At AUNE we admire and encourage curiosity. So whether you request information just to learn more or because of an immediate interest in applying, we invite your inquiry and stand ready to answer your questions about our master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs.
Spend time on campus getting to know our faculty and meeting others interested in your field. Attend a visiting day, information session, or Webinar. Visit us at a local graduate fair, career fair or conference, or schedule an individual appointment with an admissions counselor or financial aid counselor.
Review the program requirements and the application instructions and then contact an admissions counselor with questions about your programs of interest.
Veteran’s interested in pursuing a certificate or degree at AUNE may be eligible to receive benefits through the G.I. Bill. Contact Student Financial Services or your recruiter for more information.
Take a Virtual Tour
Now anyone can take a virtual tour of the Antioch University New England campus, thanks to two Environmental Studies students, Megan Straughen and Ryan Assiu. Their six-minute video will take you around the campus and its environs, including the bike path and the city of Keene.
You’ll be able to hear students talk about their experiences at AUNE and why they think they are getting a terrific graduate education.
Communicate with current students and AUNE alumnae who have experience in your programs of interest by attending visiting days or by checking out their AUNE Blogs and social networking groups. Or read the student profiles in your program of interest for details on what our students accomplish.