Student Life at Antioch University New England

There are many ways AUNE students get involved both within academic departments and across the campus, from governance to activism, from community outreach to making music. AUNE may be a non-residential graduate campus, but the sense of community is strong.

The tight-knit academic groups that form as a result of AUNE’s cohort educational model grow naturally into both organizational outreach and social events.

Some students gravitate toward the Center for Tropical Ecology or Student Government based on academic or personal interests.

Love of music draws others to perform or play some songs at a Coffee House.

The Student Alliance aims to increase student participation in decision making processes, community service, and social events to build a strong and diverse learning community within the Department of Environmental Studies, Antioch University New England and beyond.

Students manage the Green Bikes program allowing bikes to be checked out from the reception desk.

Since the summer 2009, with the help of a private donation from the Rashti Foundation, students and community members volunteer with Keene Community Garden Connectionsthe which supports the installation and cooperative maintenance of raised gardens in partnership with local service agencies.

Future student initiatives are limited only by the imagination and drive of those interested in starting something new.

Student Resources

Below are links to resources for current students. If you can’t find what you are looking for, try the more comprehensive AUNE resource list or use the search box in the upper-right corner.

myCareer Planner for Students  We are excited to offer myCareer Planner, a unique and powerful tool for Antioch University students. This innovative, online career-planning site is accessible to students through the Antioch University’s secure, sign-on AU Direct.

Social Media Sites/Video/Blogs  See a list of social media and blog sites supported by various departments on several social media platforms including: Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr.

Study Skills Resources  Links to various articles and resources on studying, writing, and teaching skills.

Area Volunteer Opportunities Volunteering opportunities at local organizations in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts.

ReUse Center  Come visit the ReUse Center where you can find items that need a new home.

Student Groups

Below are links to groups for current students. If you can’t find what you are looking for, try the more comprehensive AUNE resource list or use the search box in the upper-right corner.

Student Government  Providing students a voice in matters pertaining to student welfare, student activities, and student participation in AUNE planning….an elected representative body that seeks to preserve a student-centered environment through education and advocacy by challenging ourselves, the student body, and the university.

Student Alliance  The Student Alliance aims to increase student participation in decision making processes, community service, and social events to build a strong and diverse learning community within the Department of Environmental Studies, Antioch University New England and beyond.

Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation (CTEC) promotes the sustainable and just use of tropical ecosystems by training conservation leaders, conducting conservation research with partner organizations, and serving as an educational resource for the New England Community.

Net Impact  The Antioch University New England chapter of a global organization for graduate business students, who want to use business to create a positive change in the world. Net Impact provides networking opportunities for students and business leaders that share a vision of progressive business.

The Support Group for Ethnic and Racial Diversity (SERD)  A Department of Clinical Psychology group to to promote multiculturalism in communities.