Size of Program
There are places in the program for approximately twenty to twenty-five students in each year of the program.
Where Our Students Live
Antioch University New England is located in Keene, a city of unusually developed social and educational resources situated in the midst of the picturesque Monadnock Region of southwestern New Hampshire.
This centrally located city enables Clinical Psychology students to commute from their homes in various parts of New England and in geographically and socioeconomically diverse settings.
A portion of our students commute from their established New England homes to attend classes here. The rest move here from places across the United States and from other countries, and find a wonderful selection of settings (urban, rural, semi-rural, coast, mountains, or valley) in which to live.
Keene is within two hours commute from Atlantic coastal urban settings, such as Boston, Massachusetts, and the Seacoast Region surrounding Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The Pioneer Valley region of Massachusetts, a semi-rural, cosmopolitan, and culturally dynamic area build up around five dynamic academic institutions (Smith, Mount Holyoke, Amherst, and Hampshire Colleges, as well as the University of Massachusetts Amherst), is an hour south of Antioch. The charming town of Brattleboro, Vermont is only twenty minutes west of our campus. For those who may be unfamiliar with what this part of the New England has to offer, our website includes links to information which provide a flavor of the kinds of living environments that are available.