Your first year of college is unlike anything you've experienced before. To help you make the most of it, Albion created the First-Year Experience.
This dynamic program includes Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR), Learning Strategies Workshops, a convocation series, and academic and career planning. At its center is the First-Year Seminar—a targeted course that covers cutting-edge topics and intersects with research or hands-on learning experiences.
The All-New Albion.edu
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The Albion Advantage
The Flexibility of a liberal arts education. Learn to Think Clearly and Creatively.
The Focus on Professional Excellence. Turn Your Interests into Your Life’s Work.
Many Britons: One Albion Advantage.
The Albion Advantage is a comprehensive strategy designed to help you succeed in your studies, in your career, and in your life. It's our commitment to your future.
We’ve always believed that a solid grounding in the liberal arts is the best preparation for your life after college, and we’ll provide you with all the resources and opportunities you need to create a successful future.
At Albion, you'll gain the knowledge and experiences today that tomorrow will demand.
Purposeful direction. Practical knowledge. Professional skills. Powerful connections.
All faculty and staff.
When necessary, personal calls may be made from your office telephone, however, personal calls are discouraged during working hours.
Personal telephone calls are billed once a month and are due to be paid within ten days from billing date.
Personal telephone bills due over 60 days will be turned over to the department supervisor for collection.
Personal telephone bills due over 90 days will be deducted from the employee's payroll check. In addition, the privilege of the use of the employee's Personal Identification Number (PIN) may be removed.
To make a personal long distance call on your office telephone, use your PersonalIdentification Number (PIN) which is supplied by the Accounting Office at the time of employment.
By using a "0" as the last digit of your PIN (instead of a "1" as for official College business), your personal calls will be billed to you on a monthly basis. The bill should be paid within ten days after receipt at the Cashier's Office located on the first floor of the Ferguson Hall.