Students For Recovery
Students For Recovery is a balanced program that helps Albion College students overcome their hurts, hang-ups, and habits. It is a 12 step based support group designed to help those struggling with mental health or substance misuse problems.
Students For Recovery meets weekly on Wednesdays at 711 Michigan Ave. (the white house next to Wesley) from 7-8 p.m. It is an open meeting and all are welcome to attend.
Connect with us on social media to stay up to date with events and meetings!
Follow @BritonRecovery on twitter and Like us on Facebook!
Any questions? Please don't hesitate to contact Jill Wasserman at
or Kiernan Gamel at
or call 629-0236.
Emergency Alert System
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Keeping Parents Informed
The Albion College Department of Campus Safety has arranged for parents to be included in our Blackboard Connect Emergency Alert system. The College has used Blackboard Connect for several years to notify members of our campus community when a hazardous or emergency situation is occurring on or near our campus. The College will now be able to utilize this system to provide pertinent information about such incidents in a more effective and timely manner.
How To Sign-Up
Register to receive messages at https://britparents.bbcportal.com. This system has been designed for you to input your contact information, and to update that information as needed. Establish a user name and password, after which you will be asked to provide the email address and telephone numbers through which you want to receive messages from the College.
Questions or Problems Signing Up?
Do not hesitate to contact Ken Snyder, Director of Campus Safety, if you have questions, concerns, or problems signing up. He can be reached by email at
, or by calling (517) 629-0213.
**Please note that your contact information in this system will not be used to update information contained in College official records. The College will continue to use the information already contained in our official records when it is necessary to contact the parent(s) of a particular student about a specific issue. If you have questions about official records including how to update them, please contact the Student Affairs Office via