Centered on Community
Starting in Fall 2015, Albion College will annually offer 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. Read more
President Ditzler talks about the initiative on WBCK-FM
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Albion College's Sister City efforts earn a national award
Watch an expert panel discuss "Albion Tomorrow"
Assessment of student learning is a central commitment and an ongoing process at Albion College. It allows us to make informed decisions about our future as we attempt to provide the best education possible in a changing environment. Responsibility for overseeing assessment rests with the Assessment Committee. As spelled out in the Faculty Handbook, this committee has “responsibility for implementation and oversight of the college’s student academic achievement assessment program, including:
assessing general education, particularly the Core;
reviewing assessment reports submitted by departments and programs;
preparing an annual summary of assessment on campus;
setting campus standards for record keeping;
setting the time line for assessment;
monitoring the assessment program; and
reporting to the North Central Association on assessment.”
Upcoming Assessment Conferences and Workshops
Click on the link below to see upcoming HLC meetings:
North Central Association's Higher Learning Commission Assessment Workshop
To express your interest in attending one or more of these events, please contact the Chair of the Assessment Committee and the Registrar. Formal proposals are not needed for these pre-approved events.
Guidelines for Travel or Project Proposals
All proposals should be submitted to the Chair of the Assessment Committee and the Registrar via email only, with proposal documents attached in MS Word.
- Award Amount: Up to $900 for Assessment Travel grants
- Up to $2000 for Assessment Project grants
- Easy Application: Submit grant proposals by e-mail attachment only.
- Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis.
- Support Contact: Discuss your travel or project proposal with your chair or another appropriate colleague who will agree to be contacted (if needed), and include this person’s name with your proposal.
- Simple Budget: Detailed budget is not necessary—please include a brief paragraph/details indicating how you intend to spend the grant money.
- No time line: No need for detailed timelines, though a final report should be submitted within 30 days after completion of work proposed.
For details of grant submission procedures, please consult with Drew Dunham, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Registrar.
The following links provide spreadsheets of the indicated data, which were requested by the Curriculum and Resources Committee. Data for the previous five years are provided and updated annually.
Please note that some spreadsheets have several sheets, which can be accessed by clicking on the tabs at the bottom of that spreadsheet. You may copy and paste any parts of these spreadsheets to an Excel file for your own use, but the data must not be altered. If you have any questions or see any problems, please contact the Registrar.
- Class Sizes
- Curricular Enrollments - Fall Semesters
- Curricular Enrollments - Spring Semesters
- Degrees Awarded
- Faculty Characteristics with Departmental Teaching Load Data
The data elements in these spreadsheets are defined in this Glossary (Microsoft Word Format).
For publicly available data on student enrollments, persistence/graduation rates, and the Common Data Set please visit, the Institutional Data Web site.
Institutional Research Reports
Various reports are available to the Albion College community by clicking on the following links to files in PDF Format:
Faculty Personnel Committee
Mondays/Wednesdays, 5:00-7:00 PM, Ferguson 111
- Aaron Miller (1), Chair
- Bob Moss (3)
- Helena Mesa (3)
- Dan Skean (2)
- Jeff Wilson (2)