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You're learning all about our academic programs and where you'll go after Albion. But what about while you're here?
An overnight visit is a great way to really get to know a college, to get a true feel for the place. A place that will be your home for much of the next four years.
Albion offers overnight visits Sunday through Thursday during the academic year for prospective students who have already been admitted to the College. You'll spend the night in a campus residence hall with a student host. Just complete our visit registration, then call the Admission Office at 800/858-6770 for overnight visit details.
Overnight Visit Information Form
If you're already in the process of arranging an overnight stay, please download and fill out our Overnight Visitor Form.
The form must include a parent/guardian’s signature at the bottom. Once the form is complete, you can either bring it with you to campus or fax it during business hours to the Admission Office, 517/629-0569. After business hours, the form can be faxed to the Kellogg Center, 517/629-0509.
We look forward to you visiting—and staying—with us!
Monday, February 16 and Saturday, March 28
It’s obvious you work hard; your grades prove it.
Let us help you with your next step: college.
We hope you and your family will join us for ALBION 101, a program for high school sophomores and juniors that will jump-start your college search.
We're really interested in helping you identify your ideal college. ALBION 101 is a great introduction to college life and the college application process.
Here are a few activities we have planned for you:
- Participate in a mock admission committee to find out what really matters in the admission decision.
- Interact with faculty and students for an in-depth look at academic life.
- Tour the campus, our academic buildings, and athletics facilities.
- Financial Aid 101 – an introduction to the process.
- Hear from current students about their experiences and ask questions related to your interests.
- Learn more about living on campus, varsity athletics, and student organizations.
“Make a list of the top things that you want from a college or university. Then visit, visit, visit! Every school is going to tell you that they are great. The better schools are able to prove it.”
In Lloyd’s words:
On the campus environment:
“We have a small campus, and I love that. You can walk from one side to the other in 10 minutes, but after stopping to talk with people along the way, it will probably take you at least 20 minutes.”
On Albion students:
“Our students are passionate about academics, athletics, and their campus organizations. They love what they do and the college they represent.”
Favorite Albion tradition:
“Move-in day. As students arrive on campus, faculty, staff, current students, and even the president of the College are there to help you unload your possessions and direct you to your dorm. It’s pretty cool.”
His other car is a canoe.
Wouldn’t Miss: A Brits home game.
Favorite Albion memory:
“My wife and I were married on campus.”
He plays in a slow-pitch softball league with Albion faculty and staff —trust us, he’s good.