1515 Boardman Road
Jackson, MI 49202
Student Organization Instructions
- Complete order form: be detailed with your directions for the copies that you need.
- Download the form.
- Email order form to .
- In the “Organization Copy Code” line put your four digit copy code (the same code your organization uses for the CPO copier).
- Completed jobs will be placed on the bookshelf outside of the CPO office (3rd Floor KC). The person who submitted the print job will also be emailed and instructed their print job is available to be picked up.
- You can email jobs 24/7 to IMPRESS.
- If you can not email the job, IMPRESS can pick up a job any week day.
- Prints are 3 cents per imprint on standard paper. Copies on Astrobright Paper is 5 cents per imprint.
- Special jobs with cutting, stapling, folding and other requirements please call for quotes.
- Any type of questions about a job or costs please call or email IMPRESS.
- In CPO is a list of paper types, colors, weights and samples.
- Jobs typically take 48 hours to be completed and allow 1-2 days for delivery.
- IMPRESS jobs will be billed just like copies from CPO in a monthly invoice in your student organization mailbox.
If you need additional help please contact the Campus Programs and Organizations Office at 517/629-0433.
Interfraternity Council is the governing body for the fraternity community. IFC promotes only the highest standards and interests concerning the fraternity community. IFC consistently educates the fraternities about the problems that face us today. IFC constantly promotes accomplishments in scholarship, community involvement, and other acts of achievement. Lastly, IFC tries to reach the highest level of standards possible. IFC consists of six executive board members, a chapter representative and the five chapter presidents.
International House Council
I-House Council, the governing and programming body for the living community for students studying Modern Languages and comprises elected officers, Native Speakers, Language Liaisons and Resident Advisors. Bi-weekly House activities are planned in an effort to enhance community among the individual Language Houses to promote awareness of world cultures. Examples of I-House programs include guest speakers, supporting French, German, Spanish and International Dinners and Latin Dancing.
Panhellenic Council consists of two representatives from each of the six sororities on campus. It provides a sounding board where the thoughts and concerns of the individual chapters and women can be expressed. The Panhellenic Council also provides the basis for the promotion of service, scholarship, and leadership, as well as better relations with faculty, staff, non-Greek students, and the Albion community.
Student Senate is the primary student governance organization at Albion College. Our essential philosophy, as defined in our constitution, is "promotion of the welfare, protection of the rights, and representation of the opinions of the students of Albion College in a way consistent with basic principles of republican government and liberal arts education."
Student Senate receives and distributes the student activity fee for all student organizations including Union Board, Sports Clubs, and Student Volunteer Bureau. We also created and operate the Book Co-op. We have a direct voice in both the tenure of faculty and the new Student Center. In addition, each Senator works individually on projects or campus issues of specific interest. We meet every Monday at 9:00 in Gerstacker Commons in the Kellogg Center.
Clubs and Recreational Sports
Like sports? Join the club. Plenty to choose from.
The Canoe Club has taken two trips a year since 1997, and we’re open to anyone with an interest—no skills required. (But be ready for an adventure.) In the fall, we head to North Carolina to compete in a triathlon. Yep, that’s a five-kilometer run, a one-mile swim, and a ten-mile canoe. And in the spring, we usually go whitewater rafting. We also volunteer regularly to clean up the banks of the Kalamazoo River throughout the city of Albion.
Albion College Cheerleaders
We promote school spirit, performing at varsity games and generally encouraging good sportsmanship on campus. The Albion College Cheer Team (ACC) is a club sport organization open to both men and women who want to support varsity athletic teams at Albion (and have a great time).
Interested in horses? Then you're in. The Albion College Equestrian Club is an organization open to the entire campus community, so you don't have to own a horse or even ride. Our group has two facets: a recreational club for members who don't wish to compete at the intercollegiate level, and three equestrian teams that compete in hunt seat, western, and dressage. One of the functions of the Club is to help fund the western and dressage teams, which are both considered club sports.
Frisbee and Disc Golf Club
Play, compete, and learn Frisbee and other disc sports. We’re a recreational club, and we welcome new members. You can compete if you like—competitions may include Ultimate Frisbee games or disc golf matches.
Want to play against other local clubs, colleges, and universities? Hockey Club is where it happens. We’re a group of Albion College students who come together for love of the sport, and we regularly compete.
Martial arts. Self-defense training. And sexual assault resistance training. We cover all these things. We also provide competition-based training, and our members can go on to compete in martial arts tournaments. Visit our website
Intramural, Recreational, and Club Sports
Looking for intramural instead of rec sports? Albion has a wide range—everything from basketball to dodgeball to canoeing to Ultimate Frisbee. Find intramural sports here.
Ski & Snowboard Club
We’re focused on making skiing and snowboarding affordable. We also have a great time together on the slopes. Visit our website
Water Polo Club
We’re a coed club with a focus on teaching you the sport. Some teams train for competition through tournaments and games, and everyone has a great time in the water.
Program Planning Resources
Chemical Bank Shoreline, 629-3995
Citizen’s Bank, 1-800-825-7200
Homestead Savings Bank, 629-5588
School Employees Credit Union, 629-3100
Cascarelli’s of Albion, 629-3675
Cascarelli’s of Albion, 629-3675
Christoff’s Catering, Jackson, (517) 782-4404
Parma Café, 531-3200
Speedy Chick, Marshall, (269) 781-4101
The Campus Programs & Organizations Office, ext 0433
Office Max, Jackson, (517) 789-7522
Kinkos, Kalamazoo, (616) 344-7445
Anna’s House of Flowers, 629-5583
Halls & Auditoriums
American Legion Post 55, 629-9300
Starr Commonwealth, 629-5593
Kellogg Center, ext. 0336
Country Lanes, 629-9153