Frequently Asked Questions
Here you will find the answers to many commonly asked admissions questions. Answers to many program-specific questions are available in the Academics section.
How do I get more information about AULA?
Simply fill out our Request Information form with your request. The Admissions staff is happy to send you more information. Or, get your questions answered by calling 1-800-7-Antioch or e-mail us at email@example.com or contact us via Live Chat!
How can I learn about the costs and how to finance my education?
Please talk with an Admissions counselor when you visit to learn the basics of financial aid. Applying for aid is easier than you may think. Find out more at Financial Aid
Can I fax my application or transcripts?
You may fax your application to the Admissions Office at (310) 821-6032. If you would like an Admissions counselor to answer questions about whether your degree or prerequisite courses meet admission requirements, you may fax unofficial copies of your transcripts for this purpose. However, to complete your admission application, AULA must receive official transcripts directly from your past colleges and universities. If you have questions about whether transcripts from all past colleges are required, please contact the Admissions Office
What happens to my application once it’s complete?
An admissions committee reviews your application and associated materials and then the Admissions Office staff contacts you. If you meet the program’s admissions criteria, you may be asked for an interview. The dean of enrollment services, in consultation with appropriate faculty, decides admission.
Can I meet with someone to find out more about AULA?
Certainly! You’re invited to visit campus or schedule an appointment with an Admissions counselor. For more information, see Visit the Campus
or Visit a Class
Is Antioch University accredited?
Yes, AULA is a fully accredited, non-profit university. Because Antioch University’s central campus is located in Ohio, Antioch University Los Angeles is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Antioch University has held accreditation continuously since 1927.
Can I send application materials in individually?
Yes. Once the Admissions staff receives an application form and your application fee, they will start an application file for you. Materials such as transcripts are often submitted separately, after the online application has been submitted. The file is reviewed once your application is complete, including all supporting documents. The Admissions committee evaluates your application for the quarter of admission you have indicated, unless the program is already full or is not accepting new students that quarter. In those cases, AULA will consider your application for the next available quarter.