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3 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2016

Antioch provides night classes for the working adult. The classes are student centered. WHat I like the most are the topics we address. I can't imagine anywhere else I can go and get the information I am getting .

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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2005

I enjoyed my learning experience at Antioch. The University is best known as a Social Justice institute.The academics are above measure. I am familiar with the curriculum at other universities/higher learning institutions and after attending Antioch, I am not impressed with the others. The instructors that have remained through the test of time were excellent, from UCLA/USC and from other note worthy institutions. They make every attempt at diversity; however, I would like to see more qualified people of color employed as instructors; other than that, its a great place to learn and the students and staff become like family. Most important, I feel as though I was prepared for a career in Psychology and have had the pleasure of working in high powered positions. It is a private institution; therefore, it is pricy but in the end I am glad that I made the investment.

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