Antioch University
#201 Overall Influence

Antioch University

University with 5 campuses in the United States


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The Campus

Where will you be attending?


400 Corporate Pointe, Culver City CA 90230-7615

City Crime Rates

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52k per 100k

Violent Crime

5k per 100k

Influence Rankings by Discipline

How’s this school influential?

#58 World Rank #32 USA Rank
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#72 World Rank #38 USA Rank
#133 World Rank #85 USA Rank
#145 World Rank #103 USA Rank
Social Work
#186 World Rank #88 USA Rank
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Earth Sciences
#231 World Rank #107 USA Rank
Religious Studies
#236 World Rank #90 USA Rank
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Political Science
#336 World Rank #224 USA Rank
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Criminal Justice
#408 World Rank #198 USA Rank
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Computer Science
#587 World Rank #354 USA Rank
#793 World Rank #287 USA Rank

Influential People

Who are Antioch University's Most influential alumni?

Antioch University's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Psychology, Anthropology, and Biology. Antioch University’s most academically influential people include Stephen Jay Gould, Clifford Geertz, and Leonard Nimoy.

Stephen Jay Gould
Stephen Jay Gould

American evolutionary biologist

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Clifford Geertz
Clifford Geertz

American anthropologist

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Leonard Nimoy
Leonard Nimoy

American actor, film director, poet, musician and photographer

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Mario Capecchi
Mario Capecchi

Molecular geneticist and Nobel laureate

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Mark Strand
Mark Strand

Canadian-American poet, essayist, translator

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Rod Serling
Rod Serling

American screenwriter, playwright, television producer, and narrator

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Joan A. Steitz
Joan A. Steitz

American biochemist

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Warren Bennis
Warren Bennis

American leadership expert

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Sylvia Nasar
Sylvia Nasar

American journalist

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Dava Sobel
Dava Sobel

American writer

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Theodore Levitt

American economist and professor at Harvard Business School

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Sefi Atta

Nigerian Author and Playwright

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About This School

How does this school stack up?

Antioch University is a private non-profit university with multiple campuses in the United States and online programs. Founded in 1852 as Antioch College, its first president was politician, abolitionist, and education reformer Horace Mann. It changed its name to Antioch University in 1977 to reflect its growth across the country into numerous graduate education programs. It now operates five campuses located in four states, as well as an online division and the Graduate School of Leadership and Change. All campuses of the university are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Campuses are located in Los Angeles, California; Santa Barbara, California; Keene, New Hampshire; Yellow Springs, Ohio; and Seattle, Washington. Additionally, Antioch University houses two institution-wide programs, the Graduate School of Leadership and Change and Antioch University Online. Antioch University suspended operations of Antioch College in 2008, and later sold the campus and a license to use the name “Antioch College” to a new and independent non-profit corporation in 2009. Since then, the college has had no affiliation with the university.

Source: Wikipedia