On behalf of all faculty and staff, I am pleased to welcome you to Antioch University New England. The Antioch University New England community is made up of students, faculty, and staff of diverse backgrounds and experience. Students come to our campus from throughout the U.S. and around the world to pursue graduate study and change the world for the better.
We share a common commitment to Antioch University’s mission with our colleagues at the other Antioch University campuses in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Seattle, and Yellow Springs, Ohio. All Antioch University campuses are covered by overarching policies; AUNE academic and administrative departments are guided by both these and our own campus policies and procedures.
This Student Handbook is a reference for registration, academic, and financial policies and procedures, as well as for campus resources and academic supports. You are responsible for familiarizing yourself with all pertinent policies and procedures and for adhering to them throughout your graduate studies. Of particular note are the Student Rights and Responsibilities.
Again, welcome to Antioch University New England. I sincerely hope your graduate studies are both personally and professionally rewarding.
David A. Caruso, PhD