Give Back as an Alumni Volunteer


Alumni serve as our best ambassadors and recruiters!  Many new students tell us they first heard about our programs from a friend or colleague who graduated from this campus. In fact, it's one of the most frequent ways that prospective students find out about Antioch. Your enthusiasm and passion matters!  When you talk about your classes, your faculty and your experience at AUNE, you are very likely to convince a potential student that this is the right place for them, too. Alumni volunteers also make possible a variety of activities, programs and events for current students and other alumni.

When anyone asks me about Antioch, I always tell them how it changed my life.  My kids want to go there and I am so excited about it!  -- Arlene Marcher, AP '79

We are grateful for your continued support and want you to know how important and valuable it has been in helping others learn about and stay connected to AUNE. Our alumni are living proof of our excellence in graduate education.


Refer a New Student and You Can Take a Class for Free!


Antioch University New England has a new program to encourage alumni to share their Antioch experience with others. If you refer a  prospective student to AUNE, in addition to our eternal gratitude you may be eligible to take a course for free. All the details are here.


Become a Volunteer


There are many ways alumni can serve the university as a volunteer. Please send an email to alumni if you'd like to learn more about any of these opportunities:

  • Help organize alumni events in your local area.
  • Host an alumni event.
  • Talk with prospective students via email or phone.
  • Help staff recruitment events in your local area.
  • Mentor a current student or recent graduate.
  • Give a presentation related to your area(s) of expertise.
  • Offer internship/practicum opportunities for current AUNE students.
  • Distribute promotional materials in your local area.


I came into my position at the Community College of Vermont with a strong sense of my environmental mission. When my first former student enrolled at Antioch, I felt I was really making an impact. The tools given to me during my time at Antioch are the foundation for all I do. -- Tiffany Keune, ES '06