You're invested in Albion.
You've been here awhile. Maybe a year, maybe a few. You've made an impact on campus and studied hard. But you still have a little more to go.
The reality is that your investment increases each year. Getting the facts on scholarships and financial aid is the next step to help ensure that your Albion education is affordable, and continues to be the education of a lifetime.
This is where you start to make it happen.
There are two ways to apply for admission:
Additional materials are required to complete your application for admission, including:
- Official high school transcript
- Scores on the ACT and/or SAT
Please see the application for a complete list.
Documents can be submitted to the admission office at this address:
611 E. Porter St., Albion, Michigan 49224
Once all of these documents are received the Admission Committee will review your file.
Choosing a Preferred Admission Plan
Albion College has two types of admission processes for first time students, Early Decision and Rolling Admission.
For applicants that want to be considered for Early Decision, a financial aid application, along with admission application, must be submitted before December 1. Should an applicant choose to enroll at Albion College under Early Decision, a non refundable enrollment deposit must be submitted before January 15.
Under a rolling admission cycle, students may apply at any point during the final year of high school. All completed student applications will be processed by the College within two weeks of submission.
We welcome your questions about the application process (800/858-6770 or
) and look forward to getting to know you better.
Professor of Mathematics
Corporal/E-4, Army National Guard (1986-1994)
34th Division Artillery-Headquarters Battery
Albion College provides a welcoming campus environment that honors your service to our country. Carefully designed programs such as individualized advising by faculty members who themselves are veterans, as well as on-campus social networking with other veterans and active duty personnel, will help your transition from the mental and physical requirements of military service to the intellectual demands of a rigorous academic environment.