The graduate program is amazing, especially the ecopsychology program! It's a small, private school so the class size is always small, and it's very easy to feel connected to others on campus. Furthermore due to the school's size, there isn't extra money to give out, but it does offer graduate assistantships and has the ability to offer government financial aid. There isn't a lot of student life programs, but there are many educational opportunities, because Antioch Seattle tries to keep students connected to what's going on around Seattle in terms of creating change and becoming more progressive. It's a great school!
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