Antioch University Los Angeles (AULA) is proud of its diverse student body of adult learners, which includes many underrepresented and first-generation students. Our University’s commitment to social justice and equity includes making higher education available and affordable to as many deserving students as possible. Scholarships provide needed assistance to promising students who would not otherwise have the opportunity to reach their educational goals. Graduate students in particular have few federal scholarship options. Donors can provide students with the financial means to enroll and succeed at AULA by establishing a scholarship fund, establishing a scholarship endowment, or giving to one of our established scholarship funds.
Antioch has a rich history of educational innovation. Many of Antioch’s programs were the first to be introduced in higher education, such as offering credit for experiential education. AULA keeps this tradition alive through the development of innovative programming. Program funding supports faculty research, travel, professional development, research and teaching assistants, visiting lecturers, and other academic endeavors.
Annual giving of current use funds provides the life blood for any organization. At Antioch, current use giving help maintain the depth and breadth of the teaching, learning, and services we provide to our students and our community by enabling the campus to respond to greatest needs and emerging opportunities.