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This year, GiveBIG! is focused on student scholarships! Every dollar you donate to a specific scholarship, initiative, or program goes directly to the fund you want to support!
Our Degree Programs:
- BA in Liberal Studies
- Programs in the School of Education
- MS in Management and Leadership in Service
- School of Psychology
- Antioch University Seattle Student Excellence Scholarship
- Berglund Family Scholarship
- Antioch University Seattle Board of Trustees Scholarship
- Branch/Moore “Life of Service” Scholarship
- National Service Scholarship
- Richard Norris Native American Scholarship
- Presidential Scholarship
- Coretta Scott King Scholarship
- Catherine Landers Maxham Scholarship
- Access Scholarships
Outstanding Campus Programs:
Community Counseling Clinic
Center for Teaching and Learning
Women’s Education Program
Institute for War Stress Injuries, Recovery, and Social Justice
We have encouraged our campus – staff and faculty — to participate 100% campus wide. JOIN US! Every dollar you give supports our students.
Join instructor Susanne Hutchinson for our weekly Wednesday yoga class!
We meet every Wednesday, 12-1pm, Room 200A/B.
The price is $60/5 class session or $15/drop in. See Jeannie in Student Accounts to pay (cash, check or credit/debit).
All Levels Yoga
De-stress and invigorate with registered yoga teacher, Molly Filer (CMHC student)
A program of Antioch Seattle’s new Wellness Committee.
Thursdays Winter Quarter, 12 – 1 PM
Room 200 A/B (unless otherwise noted)
Contact Molly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Students $7 drop-in or $60 for a 10-class punchcard
Faculty/Staff $12 drop-in or $100 for a 10-class punchcard
(punchcards expire at the end of winter quarter)
Please bring cash or check.
Bring your own mat!
Jerry Saltzman, MA is one of several core faculty within the SAPCFT who teach the required first quarter Family of Origin (FOO) class Fall, Winter & Spring quarters here at AUS. Every Clinical MA student, regardless of specialization, will take this course, and sections of FOO include a blend of both Couple & Family Therapy and Clinical Mental Health Counseling students. This is a unique opportunity to experience Jerry’s warmth and humor and Antioch’s unique teaching style. Plan to participate as you might in an actual MA course; you will not be observing, but instead learning along with other prospective students. Jerry looks forward to the learning, too. This three hour course will include a break.
Contact Meredith Arena to attend: email@example.com
Join us for A4D: Action for Diversity!
A4D or Action for Diversity is an anti-oppression student group that meets 2 times a month to discuss issues of diversity, oppression, and social justice. Our Mission: An inclusive discussion and action-oriented group utilizing anti-oppression strategies toward progressive professional practice and collective definitions of wellness for individuals and groups in social context.
This quarter we are planning and conducting anti-oppression trainings on campus, these trainings will be run by staff, faculty, students, and off campus contributors. We are excited to be expanding the discussion on the AUS campus and look forward the coming quarter. Looking forward to having you there!
Want more information about group guidelines, meeting times, and agendas? Visit our A4D website!
Weekend residencies for the Graduate Programs in Leadership and Change (GLC) happen three times a quarter during the 1st, 5th, and 10th weekends of term. Please be aware of these when scheduling events and reserving rooms (see the Front Desk for more information).
Mission: Our mission is to promote wellness throughout the Antioch (AUS) Community by encouraging self-care and providing students, staff, and faculty opportunities for exploration, acknowledgement, and expression of health affirming experiences.
We start each of our meetings with a discussion about our own experiences of self-care and personal wellness, such as why we’re interested in wellness, what it means to us, and how we’ve been taking care of ourselves between meetings. We also integrate “healthy habits” into each of our meetings.
Meeting times and locations for Spring Quarter 2015:
Fri. April 10 12 – 1 PM: Room 206
Wed. April 22 10:30 – 11:30 AM: Room 208
Fri. May 8 12 – 1 PM: Room 206
Wed. May 20 10:30 – 11:30 AM: Room 208
Fri. June 5 12 – 1 PM: Room 206
Wed. June 17 10:30 – 11:30 AM: Room 208
A crucial part of our lives as counselors is the ability to care for ourselves, and we believe that this is a skill that needs to be fully integrated into our education. For example, one of our initial goals is to develop a wellness component of New Student Orientation and to provide incoming students with resources to create wellness plans before they begin classes (after all, as we know, once we’ve started a term it can be hard to think about much of anything besides homework!).
There are also challenges that we face within Antioch that we think can be changed to improve the mental and emotional health of everyone in our community. Some of the concerns we’ve heard have been about navigating the personal and professional boundaries between students and advisers, improving general communication between students and faculty, and increasing the options students have for offering feedback and ideas (about classes, the programs, any needs that aren’t being met, etc.).
Our hope for this committee is that it will be an opportunity to start addressing all these things and more.
Weekly discussion of veteran experience on campus, community resources for veterans, and current research on best practices for student veteran success. Meetings are collaborative, involving faculty, administration, student veterans, and those using transferred GI Bill benefits. All are invited to attend.
It’s time, once again, for the Belltown Art Walk!
This month we’re featuring two works: the master’s projects of Christine Park (Perseveration) and Lindsey Schoeneman (The Fog), which are together titled Process Painting for Art Therapy Graduate Students.
This project explores how art therapy graduate students’ commitment to personal art-making nurtures a deeper understanding of the healing qualities of the creative process, thus fostering the development of one’s art therapist identity. The project authors hosted two 5-hour workshops for process painting—an artistic endeavor using intuitive, spontaneous mark-making—with the intention of creating time, space, and community for students to deeply engage with the most fundamental aspect of art therapy: the creative process.
We will meet from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the AUS art studio on the following Fridays: May 1, May 8, May 22, and June 8.
Any member of the AUS community is welcome! There is a $5 drop-in fee for anyone outside of the art therapy and drama therapy programs.
At each meeting, you get access to any and all supplies in the art studio, snacks, and a chance to hang out with other students. Not sure you are a “good enough” artist to join the group? No worries! The point is to enjoy yourself, in a judgment-free safe space. Most of the students who have attended these events in the past are art therapy students, so feel free to ask for help/tips/guidance.