YELLOW SPRINGS — Alumni of
About a dozen school officials and alumni representatives met in
Zucker said alumni have raised about $12 million in cash and pledges to try to keep the college from closing next summer. He declined to discuss fundraising goals or any other specifics of the meeting.
Enrollment at Antioch, a private liberal arts college about 15 miles east of Dayton known for its social activism and creative approach to education, has fallen from some 2,000 students in the 1960s to about 250.
In August, the college announced that trustees had agreed to work with alumni to find a way to keep the school from temporarily shutting down.
Toni Murdock, chancellor of