Antioch College graduates Class of 2016


Barb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.


Barb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.


Antioch College alumna and Chair of the Board of Trustees Frances Degen Horowitz, 1954, served as commencement speaker.


Barb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.


Barb Slone | Greene County News

Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.

Barb Slone | Greene County News

Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.

Antioch College alumna and Chair of the Board of Trustees Frances Degen Horowitz, 1954, served as commencement speaker.

Barb Slone | Greene County News

Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.

Barb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_DSC03657.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.

Barb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_DSC03631.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.

Antioch College alumna and Chair of the Board of Trustees Frances Degen Horowitz, 1954, served as commencement speaker.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_DSC03578.jpgAntioch College alumna and Chair of the Board of Trustees Frances Degen Horowitz, 1954, served as commencement speaker.

Barb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2016/07/web1_DSC03609.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News Fifty Antioch College students received degrees Saturday, June 18. The fifty graduates undertook nearly 260 co-op opportunities across 36 states and within 18 countries. Forty of the 50 individuals graduated with academic distinction; 41 of the 50 worked toward intermediate competency, while three achieved advanced level proficiency in a non-native language.