Secular Humanist Group
Members of UVAC sing "Never Would Have Made It" (by Marvin Sapp) with local church members, inspiring all at the 2009 Baccalaureate Service held in Goodrich Chapel.
UVAC is an organization that stands on the foundation of Christian unity, diversity, knowledge, and leadership. UVAC exemplifies African-American heritage through gospel music. The group's main event, United Voices in Praise, is a concert each year involving students and the community. Student leaders in UVAC direct and manage rehearsals, and produce the gospel concerts. UVAC welcomes students of all backgrounds.
Fiske House is part of the Modern Languages and Cultures’ International Language Living and Learning area—I-Space. This living area is designed for students studying the French, German, or Spanish language.
Its goals are to promote second-language acquisition and to encourage international awareness among its residents and the campus at large. Selection for residency in this living area is based on a declared major or minor in French, German, or Spanish, previous or current participation in an off-campus program in any country where French, German, or Spanish is spoken, and previous or current study of foreign language.
All students residing in the I-Space are required to be on the College Board plan.
Applicants will be notified of decisions by e-mail. Approved individuals will be assigned to a specific room and roommate by the Language Learning Housing Selection Committee.
Applications are due October 25, 2013 by 5 p.m.
To apply, please sign onto your Albion College GMail account, then proceed to the I-Space application.
Each bedroom has a bed, three-drawer dresser or wardrobe/armoire, desk and desk chair, bookcase/shelf and network connection per student. Each room also has a telephone and cable TV hookup. Fiske has community bathrooms (one on each floor). The community areas are cleaned by Albion College.
Fiske has a laundry facility available to students with upgraded washer and dryer equipment. The laundry room is located in the basement.
Students living in Fiske are required to be on Albion College Board.
For information on room rates, please see the Accounting Office Tuition and Fees section.
703 E. Cass Street
Albion, MI 49224
The Women’s Center seeks to support and promote the collaborative efforts of women, facilitating programs that serve to build a collaborative community in which women’s voices are heard and honored.The Center works to develop and disseminate resource materials that help educate the community about ideas and issues that impact and involve women.Acknowledging that a key component of feminism is sisterhood, the Center seeks to co-create an environment at Albion in which women can flourish and achieve to their potential.
The Women's Center works collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to respond to the needs of persons in the Albion community with addressing issues central to gender equity.
The Anna Howard Shaw Women’s Center designs and delivers programming about sexual assault and sexual harassment prevention and intervention.In addressing issues of violence against women, the Women’s Center interacts with a broad network of groups such as Peer Educators, student groups, Residential Life, Campus Safety, Counseling Services, Intercultural Affairs, faculty committees, Women’s & Gender Studies, and the Albion College administration.The Women’s Center is a resource for students, faculty, and staff who need information, support or referrals pertaining to sexual assault/sexual harassment survival and recovery.
For Women’s History Month in March each year, the Women’s Center, in collaboration with the Women’s & Gender Studies Committee, students, faculty, and staff provides programming to honor Dr. Shaw’s life and work, by highlighting women’s lives, interests, and passions.Programs are open to all members of the greater Albion Community.
The Center is involved in programming that assists women in making academic plans, life choices, and career decisions.