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Welcome Students and Parents

soar_logo_pms518_1245Welcome!

We welcome you—new students, parents,and families—to our Albion community.  You have exciting educational and personal opportunities awaiting you!

At our Student Orientation, Advising, and Registration Program (SOAR), you will:

  • Learn more about Albion’s academic programs;
  • Meet with members of the faculty and administrative staff;
  • Become aquainted with expectations that Albion College has of you as a student in and out of the classroom;
  • Prepare to make the transition from your current living enviornment to Albion College's Residentaial Campus

Participation in one of the SOAR sessions is required of all new students.

Parents and family members, attending SOAR is valuable for you as well—special sessions for parents and families enable you to become better acquainted with Albion and all it has to offer. We hope you will attend SOAR with your student, but it is optional for all parents and family members.

We look forward to greeting you at one of the SOAR sessions this year.

Sincerely,

Sally J. Walker
Vice President for Student Affairs and
Dean of Students

Academic Assessments

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See Enrollment Process

 

Application Instructions

Project P250 Scholarship Application

The Project P250 Scholarship Application is a paperless application. Please click the application link below to open the application in a google form. Please carefully check that you have completed all of the text boxes before submitting.

Since this is a google form, this is not the best platform to draft, edit and proof essays. You may wish to craft your essays in a word document, spell check and then copy/paste final answers into the google form to ensure a quality final product.

Applications are due no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 8, 2017. Please note this is the Wednesday of Spring Break so you should plan accordingly to apply in a manner that meets your schedule.

P250 Application form

Grade and Social Status Release

In addition to your online application you must also submit a completed Grade and Social Status Release form and ask two individuals to submit recommendations. Application deadline is Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.

Note: This form must be printed, signed and turned into the Campus Programs and Organizations Office located on the 3rd Floor of the Kellogg Center. Electronic, typed signatures are not acceptable for the grade release form. Grade and Social Release deadline is Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 5:00 PM.

pdfGrade and Social Release form

P250 Recommendation

It is your responsibility to ask two individuals to submit a personal recommendation on your behalf. If the individual agrees to provide a recommendation, please refer them to the P250 Recommendation Page, link provided above. Recommendation deadline is Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. If a person is not able to submit a recommendation by this deadline they may still provide a recommendation statement after this date.

P250 Recommendation form

If you have specific questions regarding the P-250 Scholarship, you may direct your inquiry to .

Face-To-Face Teaching Exemption

Section 110 of the 1984 Copyright Act does provide a specific exemption to the licensing of what is clearly a public performance and what is face-to-face teaching.

To qualify for the exemption, the showing must occur in a face-to-face teaching situation at a non-profit educational institution and meet all of the following six criteria:

  1. Performances and displays of audiovisual works must be made from legitimate sources, such as pre-recorded videocassettes. Copies made from illegitimate sources or broadcasts are not allowed.
  2. Performances and displays must be part of a systematic course of instruction and not for entertainment, recreation, or cultural value. The instructor should be able to show how the use of the motion picture contributes to the overall course study and syllabus. The course does not have to be a credit course, but must be one recognized by the institution and for which students must register.
  3. The instructors or pupils must give performances and displays from the same location in which it is being screened; no broadcasting from outside sources (such as closed-circuit television) is allowed.
  4. Performances and displays must be given in classrooms and other places devoted to instruction; library screening rooms, residence hall & student union lounges, rathskellers, and cafeterias do not qualify.
  5. Performances and displays must be a part of the teaching activities at a non-profit teaching institution. Businesses that conduct educational seminars and certain technical schools do not qualify.
  6. Attendance is limited to the instructors, pupils, and guest lecturers. Only students registered for the class may attend the screening. No fee specific to the screening may be charged.

 

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