June 26-29, 2017

Lead instructors: Brad Rabquer, Assistant Professor of Biology and Co-Director of Institute for Healthcare Professions and Laura Loman, Health Professions Advisor and Co-Director of Institute for Healthcare Professions For High school students, Camp Med is a medical school preparatory camp for rising high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine. Student participants will have the opportunity to learn in hands-on environments, such as our anatomy and physiology labs, while working with Biology, Chemistry, Kinesiology, Physics, and Psychology faculty on cardiology-themed topics. Students will also take part in sessions on college and medical school admissions, with a focus on how they can better prepare themselves for a career in medicine. Participants will receive college credit for this four-day experiential learning camp on Albion College's campus.

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August 7-11, 2017 (Monday-Friday) 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Build and program LEGO robots to think, move and react through a series of automation challenges. Kids use dedicated laptops and LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robotics kits to learn aspects of engineering, automation, problem-solving, and programming. LEGO robots remain at camp; pictures of robots and LEGO creations are sent home after camp. Space is limited.



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Discriminatory Harassment Policy

"The College prohibits any acts of intimidation, or any behaviors that demean, slur, or stereotype an individual or group on the basis of sexual orientation, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, marital status, or veteran status. These include oral and written remarks, symbolic speech, illustrations, innuendos, and electronic messages or postings" (Albion College Student Handbook, Policies and Expectations).

Reporting Discriminatory Harassment

Incidents involving students may be reported to the following offices:

Office of Campus Safety 517/629-0213
Office of Residential Life 517/629-0224
Student Affairs Office 517/629-0226

Incidents involving faculty, staff, or administrators may be reported to the direct supervisor of any of the parties involved or to the following offices:

Human Resources 517/629-0205
Office of Campus Safety 517/629-0213
Academic Affairs (for incidents involving faculty or academic staff only) 517/629-0222

Anonymous Reporting

Any incident of discriminatory harassment may be anonymously reported to the Campus Conduct Hotline, an independent organization that will forward the report to the College for further investigation and follow up. It is important to note that the College may not be able to resolve reports filed anonymously unless sufficient information is furnished to conduct a meaningful and fair investigation.

Important: Please be aware that it is not possible to guarantee anonymity for forms or other electronically submitted information. To comply with federal law, during the course of an investigation the College may learn the identity of a person making an anonymous report. However, if this occurs the College would only disclose this information to the extent necessary to conduct a fair and thorough investigation and to appropriately address the incident that has been reported.

Incidents may be anonymously reported by the following methods:

  • Phone: 866/943-5787
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  • Online: fill out the form below.

Report Discriminatory Harassment

Note: If you are reporting an incident that is occurring right now, or if the incident involves actions that could result in serious injury or death to any person, please call Campus Safety immediately to report the incident: (517) 629-0911.

The purpose of this form is to allow individuals to report acts of alleged discriminatory harassment without providing a name or other identifying information. Please be aware that the College may not be able to resolve reports filed anonymously unless sufficient information is furnished to conduct a meaningful and fair investigation.

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Dean Hall

Dean Hall is a women's cooperative housing unit open to sophomore through senior-status students. As a cooperative, Dean offers a unique community living experience. This includes regular community gatherings, shared meals, and other responsibilities as determined by the women living in the hall. All residents are required to be on the Dean Hall board plan.

Dean Hall Applications are due Friday, March 3, 2017 by 4:00 PM.

For more information and to access the application, visit the Dean Hall page.

Fiske House

Fiske is the living-learning component of the Modern Languages and Cultures curriculum. Language students have the opportunity to hone their language skills by residing with native speakers and other students in their major or minor. Residents also participate in cultural activities open to the campus community. Residents of the Fiske House are required to be on the College Board Plan.

Special Interest Housing Applications are due Friday, March 3, 2017 by 4:00 PM.

For more information and to access the application, visit the Fiske House page.

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