All events, activities, and meetings (excluding academic classes) are to be scheduled with the Assistant Director of the Kellogg Center. This includes campus spaces and facilities such as the Kellogg Center, Goodrich Chapel, Campus Quadrangle, and the Dow Center to name a few. In some cases, checks will need to occur with various representatives who oversee certain facilities.
The Assistant Director will facilitate that process and will be back in communication with the person trying to make the reservations to let that individual know if the space is avaialbe. There are a few exceptions where you will have to contact other people directly, but the Assistant Director will be happy to refer you in those circumstances.
Make a Reservation
To make a room reservation call the Assistant Director at 517/629-0336. The best time to call is between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. You may also request assistance through e-mail at
Scholarship and Academic Achievement
The first and foremost priority of Albion College is academic excellence. Helping members achieve academic excellence is also a primary objective of the Greek community. Each fraternity and sorority places strong emphasis on academic performance. Also, Gamma Sigma Alpha, a national academic Greek honor society, is a Greek organization on campus working to further that goal. As a result of all of these efforts, the Greek grade point average consistently remains at or above the all-campus average!
Fall 2014 Academic Report
Spring 2014 Academic Report
Fall 2013 Academic Report
Spring 2013 Academic Report
Spring 2011 Academic Report
Fall 2010 Academic Report
Spring 2010 Academic Report
Fall 2009 Academic Report
Spring 2015 Greek Report (2.16.15)
Fall 2014 Greek Report
Spring 2014 Greek Report
Fall 2013 Greek Report
Briton Bash will be held Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 from 4:30 PM until 7:30 PM on the Campus Quadrangle. Featured at the event is Albion College's Student Organizations. New and returning students will have the opportunity to explore the opportunities provided by membership in these organizations.
In case of rain the event will take place in the Dow Center.
Dining and Hospitality Services will be providing a campus picnic during the Briton Bash. All students, including non-board students, can eat at the picnic for free with your Albion College ID. Additionally, all faculty, staff and their families can eat for free too. Baldwin Hall will not be open for dinner this evening.
For employees wishing to bring guests, you will be able to purchase meals with Dining and Hospitality Services at the picnic. The price for guests will be $6.36 for each additional guest.
Participation in Briton Bash is reserved for current Albion College Clubs and Organizations, Interests Groups recognized by Campus Programs and Organizations and Albion College Departments / Programs. Due to limited resources, Briton Bash cannot accommodate outside parties, such as community orgainzations, businesses, politicial candidates and other similar organizations/causes.
All registered student organizations, interest groups, and are invited to participate. Registration can be found here.
Registration for academic or campus departments can found here.
P-250 Scholarship 2015
This scholarship is awarded on the basis of student contributions in the areas of leadership and service to the campus & the greater Albion community.
These awards are made possible by Project 250, a student program that raised more than $250,000 in endowed funds during the 1971 academic year in honor of former Albion College President Bernard T. Lomas. The $2,000 annual awards are being offered to Albion College students who will be sophomores, juniors or seniors during the next academic year.
The purpose of the Project 250 Award is to encourage students to contribute to significant improvements of self, campus, and community, both in and out of the classroom. Award recipients will be determined:
- Based on the applicant’s broad range of activities and without regard to financial need.
- On the basis of the applicant’s leadership contributions as measured by the quality of the applicant’s involvement with activities and organizations; and
- On the contribution to the applicant’s personal goals in higher education.
Who may apply?
Any current student (first year, sophomore, or junior) who has been actively involved in the areas of leadership and service on or off campus may apply for the Project 250 Award.
Applications are completed online by following the navigation bar to the left. Each applicant must also provide the Project 250 Award recommendation web form to three references for completion.
The application, grade and social status release, and all recommendations will be turned in at the Campus Programs & Organizations Office.
How are recipients selected?
A selection committee of faculty and staff members determines who will receive the awards. The Project 250 Award recipients will be announced at the Sleight Dessert.
What are the recipient expectations?
Project 250 applicants are expected to attend the Sleight Dessert, either to support the new award winners or to accept an award.
How is the money awarded?
Persons selected as recipients of the Project 250 Award will receive a $1000 credit at registration prior to each of the successive two semesters of the following academic year.
Proceed to Application Instructions