Admitted Antioch students visit campus
- Published: April 19, 2011
Twenty-four of the 45 students who have been admitted to Antioch College attended an open house at the college on Sunday. As Horace Mann Fellows, they will have their full four-year tuition paid for by the college if they choose to enroll. The deadline is May 1.
The prospective students toured the campus buildings in which they would spend most of their time beginning this fall — McGregor Hall for classes and Birch Hall for living and eating — and heard from Antioch alumnus and MacArthur Genius Award winner Timothy Barrett and recent graduates of the college.
For interviews with the new students, see the April 21 issue of the News.
One Response to “Admitted Antioch students visit campus”
I met 3 of the students on Sunday; one was a bit gunshy because she “thought things seemed disorganized.” I’m not sure if she was super organized herself; she seemed to be worried about LOTS of details, or if she just isn’t ready for the “Yellow Springs way of life.” The other 2 were totally gung ho and we had great conversation…really looking forward to having students in town again!