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Information Technology is committed to exceeding the needs of the campus community for a robust, secure, easy-to-use and  innovative technology environment.  We strive to maintain a high level of service by ensuring data integrity, aiding users in effective and efficient use of technology, and resolving user issues in a timely fashion.

Community Profile

Downtown Albion, Michigan

We’re part of something bigger.

Our campus is located in the city of Albion, Michigan. It’s small, it’s close, and it has a lot to offer. To start with, it’s charming—the handsome Victorian homes, redbrick main street, lovely Georgian buildings on the Albion College quadrangle.

And there’s lots to do. At night, students meet in a number of downtown hangouts over a slice of pizza or to listen to live music. On weekends, you’ll find opportunities to give back to your adopted community through service projects and outreach. And if you’re just looking for a way to pass a lazy afternoon, you can try your hand at a top-rated disc golf course or gaze out over the water in one of Albion’s many parks.

The scenic Kalamazoo River runs along the southern border of our campus, and canoeing is a big part of the Albion experience. Some of the best views of the area can be found with a paddle in hand and water dripping down your elbow.

Downtown has seen a tremendous post-industrial revitalization. The Bohm Theatre, The Food Hub, Stirling Books and Brew, plus many more attractions has Albion feeling like the classic American college town. Citizens, students, and visitors alike will be right at home. At the same time, all will be inspired by the vibrant initiatives by both city and college alike. We hope you’ll be a part of this story with us.

For many students, they've been members of the community, and have witnessed the vibrancy of our campus from young ages. In order to engage young minds in our community, Albion offers four-year tuition, room and board to as many as 10 first-year students from the Greater Albion Area in the Build Albion Fellows Program. In order to engage with students and community before college, Albion participates in The Big Read.

Web Print

Student Printing: How to print to an Albion printer from your personal computer.

What type of files can I print?



You will not be able to choose a specific page range when using the web print option.  If your document is 8 pages, you will have to print all 8 pages instead of pages 3 and 4.  If you would like to print specific pages, you will need to save them as a separate document. 

How do I access web print?

Log in to www.albion.edu/webprint with your Albion network username and password.  This is the same password you use to log-in to course webs or an Albion computer lab machine. 


Select the “Web Print” option available from the list on the left-hand side.


Once you have selected Web Print, select the “Submit a Job” button on the right-hand side of the screen.  Next, you will see the list of printers available for web print.  Select the printer you would like to print to.  If the printer you would like to print to is not listed, web print is currently not available for that printer.  Please email with the name of that printer so it can be considered for Web Print in the future.


Next, you will select the number of copies and to which account you would like to print to.  The default is to print one (1) copy of the document, but you can change that by altering the number in the "Copies" box. 

It will default to your personal account, but if you are a member of a student organization, you can select “Charge to shared account,” and select that organization in the drop-down menu.  We do not use PIN/code at Albion so that feature can be ignored.  When you are finished modifying the number of copies and account information, you can select “Upload Document.”


Lastly, you will select “Browse” to locate the document you would like to print.  Once you have selected the document, click the “Upload & Complete” button to finish printing. 


The screen above will appear once your job has been queued for printing.  To continue printing, select the “Submit a Job” button.


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