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Dear Resident Assistant Applicant:

Thank you for applying for a Residential Life staff position at Albion College. The Resident Assistant (RA) is primarily responsible for creating a community within the residence halls that contributes to the social, educational, and developmental growth of students. The RA position offers many rewards, including personal growth and leadership development. It is also a role that requires substantial amounts of time and reordering of personal priorities. Of utmost importance is the need for each RA to act as a role model for their floor community and the campus community.

The minimum qualifications for the RA position are:

  • Current, full-time residential student of Albion College
  • Two semesters of college experience upon taking the position
  • A 2.50 minimum cumulative GPA
  • Good social and academic standing with the College
  • Ability to commit to RA position for a full academic year
  • Participate in all RA training programs
  • Fulfill specific RA position responsibilities
 

RA Application

Please enter your first name.
Please enter your last name.
Please enter your Student ID number.
Please enter your hall and room number.
Please enter your most recent RA.
Please enter your KC Box number.
Please enter you cell phone number.




Please choose your class standing.
Please enter your GPA.
Please enter your anticipated graduation date.
Please enter your Major and Minor.




Please indicate any participation.
Please choose one.
If yes, please explain.
 

Recommendation Forms

One way that Residential Life likes to get to know students is to see how they are in other aspects of their life. We do this through the recommendation form.

Residential Life will be contacting the people you put down for the Recommendation Form. They will be emailed the information they need. Please let them know that you are putting them down ahead of time. We do not need formal Letters of Recommendation from them.

There are 2 recommendation forms required. One from each of the following:

  • Resident Assistant or Resident Director
  • Faculty or Staff
Please enter the name of the RA/RD who will complete the recommendation form.
Please enter their email address.
Please enter the name of the faculty or staff that will complete a recommendation form.
Please enter the email of recommending faculty or staff.
 

Release of Information, Resident Assistant Job Responsibility Notification, and Waiver of Rights

You must agree to this statement to continue.
 

Statement of Interest/Cover Letter

Applicants are required to submit a Statement of Interest/Cover Letter. The Statement of Interest/Cover Letter should address:

  • Why you are interested in the RA position
  • How has your personal growth been impacted by living in the residence halls?
  • Describe the role of the RA within a residence hall community as your see it.
  • Your top preference for placement and why you believe your strengths/expertise will be best utilized there.
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Resume

Applicants are required to submit a resume. This resume should highlight skills and interests relevant to the Resident Assistant position, as well as work and volunteer history and current clubs, organizations, and extracurricular activities. Your resume should include:

  • Employment Experience
  • Community/Volunteer Experience
  • Leadership Experience
  • Other extra-curricular involvement

This should be a polished resume. For help in writing a cover letter and/or resume please make an appointment at the Career and Internship Center or the Writing Center.

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Documents

Window Air Conditioner Request Form

Deadline: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 by 4:00 PM

Due to safety restrictions and electrical load limitations, student provided window air-conditioners (A/C units) are permitted on a limited basis and must be approved by the Director for Student Health Services, Director of Facilities Operations, and the Director for Residential Life (or designees) prior to installation under the following conditions.

  • Student has a severe chronic medical condition (e.g. asthma, allergy) that necessitates use of air conditioning.
  • Student submits physician verification as explained below.
  • The Director for Albion College Student Health Services validates/concurs with the request.

Personal window A/C units are not encouraged and will only be approved if evidence of severe chronic medical condition requiring air-conditioning is presented. Electrical power (amps) per room is limited and not designed for heavy appliances. Not all rooms at Albion College can support the addition of a personal window A/C unit and operation of a personal window A/C unit could limit the number of other electrical items a student will be able to have in his or her room.

The following guidelines must be adhered to by students seeking permission for use of a personal window A/C unit

  1. Student must have a severe chronic medical condition that necessitates the use of air conditioning.
  2. Student must complete an air-conditioner approval request form (see attached). Forms are available through the Office of Residential Life.
  3. Student must submit the completed air-conditioner approval request form to the Office of Residential Life.
  4. After completing the air-conditioner approval request form, the student must schedule an appointment with the Director for Student Health Services to review the student's severe chronic medical condition.
  5. If student is approved to have a personal window air-conditioner, the student must personally provide the unit following the guidelines on the following page. Albion College does not provide window airconditioning units for student residences.
  6. Albion College Facilities Operations staff will install the window air-conditioner within 5-10 business days after approval is given to the student. Window air-conditioners will not be installed prior to the official approved arrival date of the student for Fall Semester. If approval is received prior to the students arrival on campus, Albion College Facilities Operations staff will install the window air- conditioner within 5 business days after the student arrives on campus.
  7. Approval for a personal window air-conditioner does not carry over from one academic year to the next. Students must request permission on an annual basis. No air-conditioner units will be installed after September 30 during the Fall Semester.
  8. Albion College Facilities Operation Staff reserves the right to refuse to install or may remove window A/C units if the window A/C unit does not meet the approved specifications or if the student has not been approved to have a window A/C unit. Due to liability reasons, all units must be installed and removed by the Facilities Operations Staff.

Guidelines and requirementsfor personal window air-conditioners:

Units must be a maximum of 6,000BTUs and have a minimum EER (Energy Efficient Ratio) rating of 8. Units must be appropriate for the type of window and come with a window installation kit. Refer to the list below indicating where air-conditioning is already provided, where student owned A/C units are permitted if the student is approved to have a personal unit, and where window A/C units cannot be supported. Also listed is the window type for each building; double hung (up and down) or casement (slide by).

The following student residences are air-conditioned buildings:

  • 416 Erie Street Apartments
  • The Mae Apartments
  • 507 E. Erie Street Apartment
  • Munger Apartments

Approved Window A/C units are permitted in the following residential units if a student has received approval because of a severe chronic medical condition and has followed the approval process as described in this document:

  • Fraternities
  • Mitchell Towers
  • Seaton Hall
  • Whitehouse Hall
  • Wesley Hal

Window A/C units WILL NOT be permitted in the following residential units because either the type of window in the building will not accommodate a window A/C unit or the electrical power is not appropriate for a window A/C unit. If a student anticipates requesting permission for a window A/C unit, the student should not participate in the Room Selection Process for the following buildings or understand if assigned to one of the buildings listed below, the student will not be permitted to have a window A/C unit.

  • Briton Apts.
  • Burns St. Apts.
  • Dean Hall
  • Ingham Hall
  • Fiske House

All window A/C units must be installed and removed by the Facilities Operations staff. If an extension cord is necessary it must be a heavy duty, three wire, 12 awg, appliance rated extension cord and be provided by the student.

A/C units must be removed during winter months (from approximately Thanksgiving Break through Spring Break). An installation charge of $50.00 is required which includes initial installation, removal for winter months and reinstallation for the second half of spring semester and final removal at the end of the academic year. Appropriate storage of the A/C unit is the responsibility of the student. A fee of $50.00 per semester will also be charged to the student in addition to the installation charge in order to offset the cost of the additional energy consumed. These charges will be assessed to student accounts upon approval and installation.

pdf2017-2018 Window Air Conditioner Request Form

College Board Exemption Petition

Deadline: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 by 4:00 PM

Albion College affirms the educational benefits inherent in the residential aspect of the undergraduate experience, and as such, requires all students to reside and board within the College residential system. Automatic exemptions to the board policy are granted to students who fall under one of the following categories:

  1. Apartment residents (Burns Street, Briton House, 416 and 507 Erie Street Apartments, Mae Harrison Karro Residential Village, and Munger Apartments).
  2. Dean Hall residents.
  3. Fraternity Members boarding with Fraternity Houses.
  4. Students not residing in College-owned housing.

Students who do not qualify for automatic exemption may submit a Board Exemption Petition based on extreme or unusual circumstances. Board exemptions are granted for medical purposes only (see Albion College 2016-2017 Student Handbook, page 83-84).

Instructions for Petitioning for Board Exemption:

  1. The student receives the petition from the Office of Residential Life. The application is divided into two sections. The first section requests general information that the student completes. The second section contains a form that requests the appropriate documentation of conditions to support the request. The second section must be completed by a physician or an appropriate professional with knowledge of the condition or need that is the basis of the request and the student's condition, but who is not related to the student. Both sections must be submitted together.
  2. The student returns the completed petition (both section 1 and 2) to the Office of Residential Life. The Director for Residential Life distributes the petition to the Board Exemption Petition Review Committee.
  3. The Board Exemption Petition Review Committee is made up of the Director for Residential Life, the Director for Student Health Services, and the Director for Dining and Hospitality Services. Other Albion College staff may be consulted when reviewing petitions for Board Exemption. The committee may refer the student to other college staff and/or resources for additional information.
  4. The student will be contacted to meet with the appropriate office (Student Health Services and/or Dining & Hospitality Services) to determine and validate the medically-supported condition that may warrant an exemption from the college's board plan.
  5. Please allow at least three weeks for processing of your petition from the time your petition is submitted—during this time you should meet with both the Director for Student Health Services and the Director for Dining and Hospitality Services.
  6. After the completed petition is reviewed, a decision letter will be emailed to the student. The maximum length of approval for Board Exemption is one academic year. Petitions for Board Exemption must be reviewed each year. Petitions based on financial or convenience concerns will not be considered.

pdf2017-2018 College Board Exemption Petition

Petition for Special Housing Accommodation: Medical Single

Deadline: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 by 4:00 PM

A limited number of rooms have been designated as single occupancy (based on square footage) and these single rooms are primarily available in Wesley, Whitehouse, and Ingham Halls. After these spaces are exhausted, most other medical singles will be assigned in Seaton Hall. Approval of petitions for these rooms will be based on the Medical Single Room Petition Committee's ruling on the establishment of need. Priority is given to students who need a room based on a medical condition (including allergies which require a special housing accommodation), an emotional or psychological reason, and/or a learning disability.

Students must reapply every year for a medical single room. Students who were approved for a medical single room during the 2016-2017 academic year in the form of a single occupancy room are not guaranteed approval for a special housing accommodation from one academic year to the next. Please Note: There is an additional cost per semester for a medical single room. Because of the limited number of single occupancy rooms, students are strongly encouraged to find a roommate(s) and participate in another phase of the Room Selection Process while waiting to learn if they will be assigned a single room.

The attached petition is divided into two sections. The first section requests general information that the student completes. The second section contains a form that requests the appropriate documentation of conditions to support the request, specifically the following information:

  1. The diagnosis of condition and the date of diagnosis.
  2. The list of symptoms of condition and severity.
  3. Explain current medications, therapy, or treatments currently in use to control symptoms and the current degree of effectiveness as related to this petition.
  4. The list of any factors in the student's living environment that impact the severity of the symptom picture and expected outcome.
  5. Suggestions for any living accommodations that may assist the student in dealing with symptoms.

The second section must be completed by a physician or an appropriate professional with knowledge of the condition or need that is the basis of the request and the student's condition, but who is NOT related to the student. You must also submit a note from the appropriate physician on their professional letterhead. Both sections and the note must be submitted together (by the student) by the deadline established on the petition.

It is also suggested that students who regularly participate in Albion College's support services, sign a release of information form with the appropriate department in which the student is a regular client (for example, Student Health Services, Counseling Services, Learning Disability Services) so that the College staff who serve on the Medical Single Room Petition Committee may discuss the applicant's request with the support service Director familiar with a student's situation.

Documentation supporting a request will be reviewed by the Medical Single Room Petition Committee. All information is considered confidential and will be reviewed and discussed for the sole purpose of this petition process. Listed below are some of the factors we consider when evaluating housing requests.

Severity of the Condition:

  • Is there a negative health impact that may be permanent if the request is not met?
  • Is the request an integral component of a treatment plan for the condition in question?

Feasibility and Availability:

  • Is space available that meets the student's needs?
  • Are there other effective methods or housing configurations that would achieve similar benefits as the requested configuration?

pdf2017-2018 Petition for Special Housing Accommodation: Medical Single

Petition for Special Housing Accommodation: Residency in Non-College Owned Housing

Deadline: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 by 4:00 PM

  1. Albion College affirms the educational benefits inherent in the residential aspect of the undergraduate experience, and as such requires all students to reside and board within the College residential system. Therefore, living in housing not owned by Albion College is an exception to this residency requirement.
  2. Requests for special housing accommodations should be submitted as part of the Room Selection Process. If a student has specific conditions that require a non-College owned special housing accommodation, the student must complete this petition. Students must describe the specific details for the type of housing accommodation the student needs and the reasons for needing to live in non-College owned housing.
    PLEASE NOTE: if a student is seeking to live in non-College owned housing and does NOT have a medical reason or condition to support their petition, they must complete section 1 and then attach a thorough statement as to why they need these special accommodations.
  3. Documentation supporting a request will be reviewed by the Special Housing Accommodation committee. All information is considered confidential. Listed below are some of the factors considered when evaluating housing requests.
    Students who were approved during the 2016-2017 academic year to reside in Non-College Owned housing are not guaranteed approval from one academic year to the next. A petition to reside in Non-College Owned housing must be reviewed by the Special Housing Accommodation Committee on an annual basis.

  4. The opportunity to live in housing not owned by Albion College is an exception to the requirement that all students reside in College housing. You are advised not to enter into a lease agreement unless you first receive written notification that your petition has been approved.
  5. Students are advised to consult with the Albion College Financial Aid Office to learn how his/her/their financial aid status may change if the student is approved for a special housing accommodation to reside in Non-College Owned Housing.
  6. Students approved for a special housing accommodation to reside in Non-College Owned housing are responsible for their behavior and also to the greater community in which they live. These responsibilities include procuring Non-College Owned housing, maintaining rental agreements, showing consideration and respect to neighbors, and assuming responsibility for observance of all College policies and local, state, and federal laws. If the College becomes aware of student behavior which is offensive to neighbors or is in violation of College policy including breaking the law, regardless of the reasons, the approved petition for special housing accommodation to reside in Non-College Owned housing may be revoked by the College and the student may be required to immediately return to College owned housing.
  7. Students who are granted permission to live in non-College owned housing are responsible for additional fees. Please visit the accounting webpage for current and accurate fee amounts.

pdf2017-2018 Petition for Special Housing Accommodation: Residency in Non-College Owned Housing

Petition for Special Housing Accommodation: Residency Exemption

Deadline: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 by 4:00 PM

Albion College affirms the educational benefits inherent in the residential aspect of the undergraduate experience, and as such requires all students to reside and board within the College residential system. Exemptions to the residence policy are granted to students who fall under one or more of the following categories:

  1. Commuters, defined as students who reside with their parents or legal guardians not more than 25 miles from the Albion College campus. The residence must be with parents or guardians, not other relatives. The petition must be accompanied by evidence that the address given is the bona fide principal residence* of the parents or guardians and has been for at least five years. That should include, at a minimum, a copy of an assessment notice showing that the property is assessed as the principal residence of the owner, and evidence of ownership for the required time. If parents or guardians have changed their principal residence within the five-year period, there must also be evidence of sale of the previous residence. If the parents or guardians rent, and do not own, their residence, copies of leases reflecting the necessary continuous period of occupancy must be provided. Further corroborating information may be required in the discretion of the residential life staff.
  2. Married students.
  3. Students with legal dependents, residing with the student.
  4. Students age 23 or older before the start of the Fall semester classes (housing can be provided if desired).
  5. United States military veterans.

Petition to apply for one of the exemptions must be made on a form available at the Office of Residential Life, with supporting documentation as required in the instructions with that form.

*"Principal residence" means the one place where an owner of the property has his/her/their true, fixed, and permanent home to which, whenever absent, he/she/they intends to return and that shall continue as a principal residence until another principal residence is established.

Additional Information:

  1. Other Albion College Departments may be consulted when reviewing petitions for residency exemption.
  2. Students must complete a petition for residency exemption for each academic year. Approval of residency exemption does not carry over from one academic year to the next.
  3. Students are advised to consult with the Albion College Financial Aid office to learn how his/her/their financial aid status may change as a commuter.
  4. Once a student is approved for residency exemption, the student will be removed from any room assignment on campus for the 2017-2018 academic year.
  5. If the Office of Residential Life learns that a student has submitted false information on the petition for residency exemption or violation of the Albion College residency policy, it may result in judicial action including housing costs being billed to the student's account.
  6. Students approved for residency exemption are responsible for their behavior and also to the greater community in which they live. These responsibilities include showing consideration and respect to neighbors, and assuming responsibility for observance of all College policies and local, state and federal laws. If the College becomes aware of student behavior which is offensive to neighbors or is in violation of College policy including breaking the law, regardless of the reasons, the approval for Residency Exemption may be revoked by the College and the student may be required to immediately return to College owned housing.
  7. Residents that are approved for residency exemption are responsible for additional fees. These fees can be found on the accounting website.

pdf2017-2018 Petition for Special Housing Accommodation: Residency Exemption

Apartment/Ingham Application

Deadline: Thursday, March 23, 2017 by 4:00 PM

  1. Designate an individual within the group who will act as the group's spokesperson (liason) between the group and the Office of Residential Life.
  2. As a group, decide what housing option is the group's 1st choice through 5th choice.
  3. Check the box inside each of the housing options of your choice. Please provide legal names, not nicknames.
  4. To be eligible for the housing option, the group must meet the total occupancy of the specific housing option shown in parantheses.
  5. Enter ALL of the requested information below for EACH choice.
  6. Ingham Hall: Please note that Ingham Hall is a small residence hall; therefore all residents are required to be on the College Board Plan.
  7. NOTE: A student's name can only be on one application. However, there are several different configurations per application. For example, four students can apply for a Briton Apartment as their 1st choice and divide into two groups of two to apply for Burns Apartments (2nd and 3rd choices).
  8. MOST IMPORTANT: Don't limit your group to just one or two choices (i.e. Mae 4-person, Briton 4-person, etc). Apply for everything that you and your group are eligible for.
  9. Air Conditioners: Please note that Ingham Hall, Burns Street Apartments, and Briton Apartments cannot support window air conditioners. If you are approved to have an air conditioner you will not be allowed to install it in these housing options.
  10. Enclosed in this application are five (5) choices.
  11. All applications MUST be submitted with a COMPLETED Emergency Contact Information Form for ALL listed applicants. Applications without this will NOT be accepted.

pdf2017-2018 Apartment/Ingham Application

Suite Application

Deadline: Thursday, March 30, 2017 by 4:00 PM

  1. Designate a spokesperson for the group to work closely with the Office of Residential Life through Room Selection.
  2. CIRCLE the group's first then, if applicable, a second choice. ***Apply for both***
  3. Complete all fields below for each student per choice. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Those who fall in this category will be in General Room Selection Sign Up and may include space in Wesley or Seaton Hall.
  4. Student ID's: "00201" is provided--therefore only the last 5 digits are needed (i.e. 10123 to make "002010123").
  5. Sign up in groups of four (same gender). Students who sign up in groups of 2 will be randomly assigned suitemates during General Room Selection as space allows; thus, it is in your best interest to sign up in a 4-person block.
  6. All applications MUST be submitted with a COMPLETED Emergency Contact Information Form for ALL listed applicants. Applications without this will NOT be accepted.

pdf2017-2018 Suite Application

General Room Selection Application

Deadline: Friday, April 7, 2017 by 4:00 PM

  1. Designate a spokesperson for the group to work closely with the Office of Residential Life through Room Selection.
  2. Complete all fields below for each student per choice. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
  3. Due to increasing enrollment, Mitchell Towers and Whitehouse Hall will fill quickly. After these buildings fill, remaining students will be assigned in Seaton Hall.
  4. Note: If only 2 names are supplied, you may be randomly suited with two other students if assigned to Whitehouse or Mitchell.
  5. CIRCLE your group's first and second choice. Please keep in mind that we cannot guarantee assignment in your first or second choice.
  6. Student ID's: "00201" is provided--therefore only the last 5 digits are needed (i.e. 10123 to make "002010123").
  7. All applications MUST be submitted with a COMPLETED Emergency Contact Information Form for ALL listed applicants. Applications without this will NOT be accepted.

pdf2017-2018 General Room Selection Application

Emergency Contact Information Form

Per pages 56-57 in the 2016-2017 Student Handbook:

All students are required to provide their full name, permanent address, marital status, cellular telephone number, and emergency contact information to the College during their enrollment at the College, and required to notify the College of any changes to this information as soon as possible… Students residing on campus must provide their cellular telephone number and emergency contact information to the Office of Residential Life when they move into a College-owned residential space… Students must notify the Office of Residential Life as soon as possible of any changes to this information. Commuter students and students residing off-campus must provide this information to the Office of Residential Life at or before they begin to attend classes on campus… Non-residential students must notify the Office of Residential Life as soon as possible of any changes to this information.

All housing applications and petitions MUST be submitted with a COMPLETED Emergency Contact Information Form for ALL listed applicants. Applications and petitions without this will NOT be accepted.

pdfEmergency Contact Information Form

Student Release Form

Deadline: Thursday, March 23, 2017 by 4:00 PM (with Apartment Applications)

The following housing options are considered senior-level apartments. Students must be in good academic and social standing to be eligible for these options. This release forms needs to be signed by all parties applying for that specific apartment. To submit an Apartment Application for any of the below buildings, a complete Release Form must be submitted as well:

  • 416 Erie Street Apartment (Upstairs Unit)
  • 416 Erie Street Apartment (Downstairs Unit)
  • 507 Erie Street Apartment
  • The Mae Karro Village
  • Munger Apartments (LLC)

pdf2017-2018 Student Release Form

Angela Dombrowski

Angie-D

Admin. Secretary
E-mail:
Telephone: 517/629-0236

Information: Angie Dombrowski works at Albion College as Administrative Secretary for Counseling Services. She has been with Albion College since 1980, working previously in the Accounting Department 1980-1994, Career Development 1994-2003, Counseling Services 2003-Present. She is married to her husband Eddie and they have 2 cats and a dog. She has 2 daughters, 1 son and 10 grandchildren. In her spare time she enjoys music, dance, walking, gardening and spending time with her friends and family (especially her grandchildren).

Faith in Transition

Being a Christian in College

Saturday-Sunday, November 9-10, 2013

United Methodist youth are invited to Albion College for an overnight retreat to experience and inspire Christian living in a college setting. The program will run from noon Saturday to noon Sunday and involve a Bible Study, opportunity to get to know our Christian Living Community students and other Christians on campus, have discussions about Christian living in a college environment, and discover how Albion College students live out their Christian faith.

Youth will stay overnight in the residence halls of some of our Christian student leaders. This is part of the experience of the program.

This program is free, including lodging and all meals and snacks. Youth are not required to bring money to participate. All we ask is that youth/youth groups have their own transportation to/from Albion College.

Registration is on a first-come, first-registered basis, with limited spaces available. Youth must return a completed registration form, signed by her/him as well as a parent/guardian. We encourage early registration, and our final deadline is November 4, 2013.

pdfFaith in Transition 2013 registration form (PDF)

pdfFaith in Transition 2013 flyer (PDF)

For more information on the retreat or registration, you may contact us in one of three ways:

  • Email Andy Leyder, '14, .
  • Email Albion College Chaplain Dan McQuown at .
  • Call the Office of the Chaplain, Albion College (517-629-0492).

Youth groups are welcome, but we need at least an estimate of numbers.

Concurrent Adult Session

Adults are invited to a concurrent session with Deacon Carl Gladstone, ’01. This will include an introduction to current curriculum from the Global Board and covenant conversations about best practices. Rev. Gladstone works with young adult ministries in the North Central Jurisdiction. The cost for materials, lodging in guest housing, and food are covered by Albion College as a service to the United Methodist Church. Adults should complete a registration form. All questions for adult participants should be directed to Chaplain Dan McQuown at or 517-629-0492.

Franklin A. Kelemen, Ph.D

Franklin A. Kelemen, Ph.D

Director of Counseling Services
E-mail:
Telephone: 517/629-0236

Information: Franklin Kelemen completed his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA in 1985. He completed a Masters in Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania (1978) following a B.A. in Psychology from Beloit College (1974). He was a Teaching Fellow while a doctoral candidate at Temple University and he completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology at the Detroit Psychiatric Institute/Wayne State University School of Medicine. Dr. Kelemen has spent his professional career working with individuals and families in a wide variety of clinical settings. He has a particular interest in trauma and has completed research on the diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorders, the effects of trauma on children, and on the intergenerational effects of the Holocaust on children of Holocaust survivors. He has volunteered for the Red Cross and Michigan Psychological Association as a crisis response counselor, as an interviewer for the Shoah Foundation, and as a mediator for the Washtenaw County Dispute Resolution Center. In September, 2001, he was asked to help in the response to the World Trade Center attack.

Dr. Kelemen and the members of the Counseling Department look forward to working with Albion students. We recognize that college offers young adults an exciting adventure and an opportunity for growth and development. At the same time, college years are often a period of increased stress and pressure. Each student approaches the college experience with his or her own unique constellation of life experiences, concerns, and needs. We hope that the Counseling Center will be helpful in meeting the needs of each Albion students for support in maximizing their potential to reach their educational and personal goals.

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