Application Process & Deadlines

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This page will help you understand more of the requirements, dates, and details to earn your master’s degree from Antioch University Midwest.

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If you are ready, apply online here.

  1. Complete the Online Application Form Completing the AUM online application is a two-part process.   Please note that your online application is not considered complete until both Part I and Part II have been successfully submitted and received online.

    Part I

    Part I is the main AUM application with sections that include Campus and Program Information, Personal Information, and Academic Information (Previous Education). In Part I, you will:

    • Select your program and campus of interest
    • Provide basic personal and academic information

    Part II

    Part II is a supplemental application with specific requirements for each academic program and sections that include Emergency Contact, Employer Information, Financial Aid Information, Additional Program Requirements, and the Statement of Accuracy. In Part II, you will:

    • Provide required information for your specific program

2. Write and submit an Educational Goals Statement answering each of the following questions in meaningful detail:

  • For the Master of Education degree, please select two to three of the tenets from the Antioch University Midwest School of Education Conceptual Framework (see below) and in a 3 – 5-page Word document:
    • Discuss your personal responses to those elements you choose and
    • Share your thoughts about how they are reflected in your future professional practice as a teacher.
    • Below are the four tenets from the Antioch University Midwest School of Education Conceptual Framework, which characterizes our educational programs:
      • Integrator of Theory to Practice
      • Reflective Practitioner
      • Critical Thinker
      • Educator as Change Agent
  • For the Master of Arts degree(s), please reflect upon and summarize (five-page minimum Word document):
    • How do you think an individualized master’s degree with this concentration can serve your educational goals in a way an already fully designed degree program cannot?
    • What do you like to read, and why?
    • What are your educational, professional and personal learning goals, and how do they interrelate?
    • An individualized, low residency distance learning program such as the IMA works best for students who can demonstrate certain skills. Providing specific examples, please discuss your experience and goals in relation to the following areas:
      • A strong vision for why an individualized course of study meets your areas of interests better than an already designed, traditional program (Individualized Master of Arts only);
      • Self-direction and self-motivation;
      • Strong writing skills;
      • Comfort and experience with computers and internet technology.
    •  What did you learn about yourself in your undergraduate years with respect to your study and time management habits, and how will you use this learning to help you succeed in graduate school?
    •  What support do you need at Antioch to help you be successful in graduate school?
    • Why is Antioch University Midwest a good fit for achieving your educational goals?

3. Resume: Highlighting your professional experience is an important component of your candidacy for Master’s degree. The experience and competencies you bring to the classroom are valuable to your faculty and peers.

4. Request transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended. Transcripts must be official copies meaning they must be sent or delivered to Antioch University Midwest in a sealed envelope. Be sure to include transcripts for programs for which no degree was awarded.

Please submit all materials to:

Antioch University Midwest Admissions Office
900 Dayton Street
Yellow Springs, OH 45387

All application materials submitted become part of an applicant’s file and cannot be returned.

APPLICATION DEADLINES 2016

Apply before the deadline and we will waive your application fee

Semester Application Deadlines Classes Begin
Summer 2016 April 4, 2016 May 2, 2016

EDUCATION APPLICATION DEADLINES 2016

Semester          Application Deadlines Classes Begin
 Summer 2016
 Session A              April 4, 2016 April 26, 2016
 Session B              May 16, 2016  June 6, 2016

Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information at 937-769-1818 or admission.aum@antioch.edu.

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Office of Admissions

We welcome your questions and comments regarding our academic programs. Further information may be directed according to your interests to the following people:

Amy Benson
Enrollment Recruiter/ Counselor
Coordinator for Colocation with Sinclair College in Mason
Assists students with last name starting A-F
Undergraduate Program Lead
abenson1@antioch.edu
Phone (937) 769-1822

Merri Shearer
Enrollment and Recruitment Advisor
Assists students with last name starting G-O
Education Programs Lead
mshearer1@antioch.edu
Phone (937) 769-1658

Sarah Klemm
Enrollment Recruiter/ Counselor
Assists students with last name starting P-Z
Graduate Programs Lead
Student Enrollment & Coaches Lead
sklemm@antioch.edu
Phone (937) 769-1831

Laurette Nichols
Veteran Liaison
Designated Yellow Ribbon & Military Friendly University
lnichols1@antioch.edu
Phone (937) 769-1812

Arlyn Love
Enrollment Services Director
alove1@antioch.edu
Phone (937) 769-1823

Jayne Richeson
Administrative Division Coordinator
Communications Plan, Website, Data management
jricheson@antioch.edu
Phone (937) 769-1896

Donna Robinson
Administrative Assistant
Reception, Processing
drobinson@antioch.edu
Phone (937) 769-1818

Admissions Fax (937) 769-1804

Antioch University Midwest

Attention: Admissions
900 Dayton Street
Yellow Springs, OH 45387