SB is very pricey. Splitting an apartment might be the best way to go here. I am not aware of any housing program through the school.
There is no Greek life at AUSB. You just have to meet people and party with them. The people in SB tend to be open to Happy Hour, and a lot of people there under 40 are into going out at night.
Two people out of my program received a scholarship that covered a portion of a quarter's worth of their tuitions.
Antioch provides a great atmosphere for learning. Each course is a blend of lecture, reading, writing, demonstration, and class collaboration.
The MACP program is aligned with the standards of the CBBS to allow students to be eligible for CA MFT licensing. The pass rate on the exams are over something over 80% (I forget exactly) according to the school's administration.
The campus is so tiny, you don't need transportation. It is located in Downtown Santa Barbara which as plenty of public transportation, but there is no school provided transportation because it is unnecessary.
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