Centered on Community
Albion College offers four-year tuition, room and board to as many as 10 first-year students who are Albion residents and attended Albion Public Schools in grades 6-8. Learn about the Build Albion Fellows Program
President Ditzler talks about the initiative on WBCK-FM
Reopening the Bohm: Read about a landmark internship for Andrea Walles, '15
Albion College's Sister City efforts earn a national award
Watch an expert panel discuss "Albion Tomorrow"
Listen to the Town & Gown podcast series
Special Interest Clubs and Organizations
Anime, politics, and knitting—we’re busy people.
If you’re interested in regular showings of Japanese animation ("anime") in a semi-public venue, you’re in luck. We share viewings with club members and interested visitors. Our social goal is to bring together fans of anime, but our ultimate goal is to raise public consciousness about anime and promote a broader interest. Visit our website
Share your knowledge of knitting, or pick up this “knotty” habit. Our organization teaches the art of knitting and helps experienced members continue developing their skills.
As a political organization, we can help you get involved in campaigning for the Democratic Party, sponsoring speakers, and attending regional, state, and national political functions. As a member, you can help with voter registration drives, increasing voter turnout, and other citizenship activities, regardless of political affiliation. We also provide information to the campus regarding the party’s platform and its candidates for office.
We promote an awareness of political issues from a conservative point of view. Help campaign for Republican candidates, sponsor guest speakers, and participate in group discussions. Interested students can find opportunities for leadership and connections with state and local GOP officials.
Ecological Awareness Club
These are just the beginning. Our main goals are to inform and encourage ecological activism, and we regularly sponsor programs and speakers. We’re active—and we’re dedicated to raising awareness of environmental concerns within the Albion community.
Albyonne Medievalist Society
We encourage and promote the historical research and recreation of all cultures between 600 and 1600 AD. Join us for all aspects of medieval life, including armored combat techniques, costuming, music, dance, culinary arts (a period feast is held each semester), calligraphy and illumination, armoring, leather working, literature, and languages.
After learning about healthy lifestyles, we pass on what we’ve learned to our peers through relevant programs that are both entertaining and educational. We also make healthy choices in our own lives—physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. Applications to join Peer Education can be found on our website.
Join us as we study the art of photography and journalism photography through peer advising and darkroom utilization. Our programs include an exhibit of members' work at the end of each semester. We also offer group portraits and event documentation through cooperation with other campus organizations.
Snow Carvers League
Help promote the art of snow sculpting through teamwork, creativity, and artistic industry—all while stimulating a public appreciation of the arts.
Student Alumni Association
Bring the past and the present together—students, faculty, alumni, friends, parents, and the Albion community. We’re here with a big welcome on Freshmen Move-in Day, and we’re very involved with Homecoming Weekend, Family Day, Little Siblings Weekend, and Graduation Festivities, among others. Fun, dynamic, and hardworking individuals (hoping to make a difference on campus) are welcome to join.
Our mission is to cultivate a student-operated, all-natural, sustainable (and beautiful) produce garden that’s available to students and faculty from all disciplines and community members of all ages.
Table Top Games Society
We provide opportunities for students interested in role playing with a variety of fun table-top games.