Off-Campus Program Billing
2014-2015 Academic Year
The PDF below was created to help students understand the Off-Campus Program billing statement and due dates. It also contains information regarding tuition rates, financial aid expectations, refund policy, and important contact information. Please contact the Accounting Office at
or 517/629-0507 if you have questions concerning your billing statement.
Off-Campus Program Billing Information (PDF)
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The procedure for authorizing access into doors with keycard locks follows below. Faculty and staff are encouraged to submit student authorization lists for the semester as soon as possible to
. Please note that a signed copy of all student authorizations also needs to be forwarded to the Office of Campus Safety.
In an effort to make the process of staff and students obtaining access into doors with keycard locks, the e-mail address
has been created. Requests to allow access into buildings and rooms and questions or problems with these locks should be to this address. The account is monitored by the Help Desk as well as Facilities staff and Campus Safety, so that the necessary encoding and programming may be completed as efficiently as possible.
The following is the procedure to be utilized by faculty and staff for authorizing students to have card key access to buildings and rooms after hours:
1) Faculty/staff member e-mails request to
authorizing student access after hours. A signed copy of the request must also be sent to Campus Safety.
2) The authorization must include: name and student number for each student, room/office numbers into which student has access, and duration of authorization. All authorizations normally expire at the end of each semester.
3) IT and Facilities staff will complete the necessary data entries for each authorization, normally within five business days. Due to the volume of requests, this may take longer at the beginning of the semester. Students may contact Campus Safety to obtain access until the encoding and updating process has been completed.
4) The requesting faculty or staff member will be sent an e-mail confirmation when the work has been completed.
PROCEDURE FOR STAFF TO OBTAIN ACCESS INTO AREAS WITH KEY CARD LOCKS:
Only Vice-Presidents or Department Heads may authorize staff members to have access to areas with key card locks. An e-mail detailing the name of the staff member needing access and the buildings and room numbers for which the particular staff member is to have access should be sent to
. The request will then be handled as above
Global diversity isn't just a concept, but a campus-wide reality at Albion. From the classroom to the dining hall, science labs to athletic fields, "'global' is what we do," says Global Diversity Theme Year Committee Co-Chair Dianne Guenin-Lelle, French professor in the Modern Languages and Cultures Department. While diversity encompases everyone, the following College offices and departments have placed a particular emphasis in enriching, timely, and valuable programming throughout the Global Diversity Theme Year:
Anna Howard Shaw Women’s Center
Center for International Education
Center for Sustainability and the Environment – contact point for a dual-campus Sustainability Studies program offered by Albion College and the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ)
Ethnic Studies Department
Office of Intercultural Affairs – contact point for Albion College’s Umbrella consortium of culturally oriented student groups
International Studies Department
Modern Languages and Cultures Department
Women's and Gender Studies Department
The Albion-France connection: The city of Albion and Albion College have several vibrant academic and cultural relationships in the Paris/Versailles area. Since the 1990s, several hundred schoolchildren, college students, summer interns and community members have traveled between sister cities Albion, Noisy-le-Roi and Bailly, forming personal relationships through academic study and cultural exchange. These international relationships have produced new and innovative partnerships for teaching and learning between Albion College and French universities, offering Albion and French students the opportunity for semester exchange programs and even degree programs that are completed by studying at more than one institution.