International Student Union
International Student Union hosts various programs (such as dinners, dances, movies) and meetings designed to show the international flavor of Albion's campus. The group works to bring together Albion's international students and to encourage an appreciation of international relations among Albion's American students.
"We have become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams."—Jimmy Carter, former U.S. President
Black Student Alliance
The Black Student Alliance (BSA) is a support group for African Americans attending Albion College. Its goals are to heighten awareness and sensitivity to African Americans through educational programming directed at eliminating racism, discrimination, and prejudice. Programs that the BSA sponsors annually include Kwanzaa and Taste of Blackness. The James Welton House, the BSA lodge, is located at 1109 Jackson St.
BSA members take a moment to pose after Taste of Blackness, their annual Black History Month event held in the KC Stack (right).
Secular Humanist Group
The Secular Humanist Group serves as an open forum and support group for students who are nonreligious. The group helps students develop ideas and skills for their future in a religious society and emphasizes making life meaningful by helping others and building long-lasting friendships.
United Voices of Albion College
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 an annual concert involving Albion students and community members. Student leaders in UVAC direct and manage rehearsals, and produce the gospel concerts. UVAC welcomes students of all backgrounds.