The Kellogg Center is the place to go on campus … to catch a comedy act, pick up a late-night snack, or just hang out with friends.
Located in the heart of campus, the four-story "KC" houses the Eat Shop Café, the bookstore, and the campus post office, as well as student organization offices and entertainment spaces. It's the gathering spot for the entire campus community.
How does Albion manage the million things to do across campus? With the help of the Campus Programs and Organizations Office (CPO). From orientation to the latest concert at Kellogg, CPO is the mastermind behind some of Albion's most memorable experiences.
Want to know what CPO has in store for you? Check out the College Events Calendar.
This is where you start to make it happen.
There are two ways to apply for admission:
Additional materials are required to complete your application for admission, including:
- Official high school transcript
- Scores on the ACT and/or SAT
Please see the application for a complete list.
Documents can be submitted to the admission office at this address:
611 E. Porter St., Albion, Michigan 49224
Once all of these documents are received the Admission Committee will review your file.
Choosing a Preferred Admission Plan
Albion College has two types of admission processes for first time students, Early Decision and Rolling Admission.
For applicants to be considered for Early Decision, the following materials must be submitted by December 1:
- Admission Application
- Official ACT/SAT scores
- Official high school transcripts
- Completed FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Upon receiving your acceptance packet to the Early Decision program, an enrollment deposit is due within 30 days.
Under a rolling admission cycle, students may apply at any point during the final year of high school. All completed student applications will be processed by the College within two weeks of submission.