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Albion College is a private four-year college of the liberal arts, historically related to the United Methodist Church. Founded in 1835, Albion College was the first private college in Michigan to have a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.

Location

Albion, Michigan (population 8,600)

Nickname

Britons

Colors

Purple and gold

Number of Students

1,382

Student-Faculty Ratio

11:1

Full-Time Faculty

105 (90 tenured/tenure-track)

Degrees

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts)

Please see our complete list of majors.

Percentage of Women/Men

49:51

Students Living on Campus

90%

Campus Size

90-acre main campus
144-acre Whitehouse Nature Center
340-acre Held Equestrian Center

Accreditation

The Higher Learning Commission (see details and contact information)

American Chemical Society
National Association of Schools of Music
Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education
Teacher Education Accreditation Council
Michigan Department of Education

Athletic Affiliations

Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) (Charter member in 1888)
NCAA Division III
Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA)

About Albion College

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An independent, coeducational, residential college in south-central Michigan, Albion is committed to the liberal arts tradition. Founded in 1835 and historically related to the United Methodist Church, the College is dedicated to preserving the values of the past, to serving the needs of the present, and to anticipating the goals of the future.

 

Ludington Center

The Ludington Center, located in the heart of downtown Albion, is named in honor of Jack and Dorothy Ludington, both of whom were 1951 graduates of Albion College.

The Center aims to serve as both a College and Community space, while also acting as the home to the Albion College Institutes; The Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management, the Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service and the Career and Internship Center.

Jack Ludington was a committed supporter of community outreach in Albion, and also believed in the notion that a liberal arts education has a connection to Main Street, or in this case Superior Street. This building is dedicated to his vision of collaborative problem-solving.

A special thank you to our generous donors who have helped make the Lundington Center possible. Albion College recognizes the time and talent of Samuel J. Shaheen, '88, for his commitment in designing and developing the Center.

For more information or for questions regarding the use of the Ludington Center, contact Andew French, Director of Community Action, at 517/629-0250 or by email at .

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