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Mae Harrison Karro Residential Village (The Mae)

The Basics

The Mae Harrison Karro Student Residential Village, commonly called “The Mae,” is considered a privileged housing option for senior-level men and women. The Mae is in an ideal, centralized location for its residents, on Mingo Street between Porter and Erie Streets.

Of the 13 apartments available between the four different buildings, there are:

  • 2 six-person units (three double-occupancy/each)
  • 7 four-person units (two double-occupancy/each)
  • 4 four-person units (four single-occupancy/each)


Room Furnishings

Per Student:

  • XL twin size bed (80” x 36”)
  • May be bunked or placed as individuals
  • Desk and desk chair
  • Bookcase/shelf
  • Chest of drawers (three-drawer unit)
  • Closet

Per Room:

  • Cable TV hookup
  • Mini blinds
  • Carpet

Building your own loft is prohibited. All college furniture must remain in the room throughout the entire academic year.


Board Plan

Students in The Mae Apartments are not required to be on a College Board Plan. However, students may purchase a College Board Plan if desired. Please see Dining Services for more information.


Apartment Amenities

Per Apartment:

  • Carpeted living/dining rooms
  • Air conditioned facility
  • Mini blinds
  • Cable TV hook up
  • Furnished living room
    • One sofa (6-person apartment includes additional loveseat)
    • two lounge chairs
    • a coffee table
    • two end tables
  • Dining room table and chairs
    • 6-person apartments include 6 dining room chairs
  • Full kitchen
    • Stove
    • Sink with garbage disposal
    • Dishwasher
    • Refrigerator

Laundry Machines:

  • Three washers and three dryers (free of charge)
  • Located in Building Two

Residents are responsible for the housekeeping of their individual apartments. Students should plan to bring their own cookware, dishware, and silverware.


Internet Access

Wireless access is only available in the common areas of the apartment. All student rooms have active, wired ports.


Key Access

The Mae Apartments are set up with a card system that allows students to use their Albion1Card as a key to their residential building as well as their individual apartment. Individual rooms within the apartments are accessed with the student’s Albion1Card as well.


Residential Life Staff

The Residence Hall Director (RD) that oversees all apartments is also the RD for Mitchell Towers and lives on the first floor of Mitchell Towers year round.


Smoking Policy

Mae Harrison Karro Residential Village is a smoke-free facility. For more information about our Smoking Policy, please see page 80 in our 2016-2017 Student Handbook.


Emergency Telephone Locations

The Mae Apartments have 8 emergency telephones (at all entrances) that are direct lines to Campus Safety:

  1. East & West exterior doors of Building One
  2. Northeast & Northwest exterior doors of Building Two – indicated by blue lights
  3. North & South exterior door of Building Three
  4. North & South exterior door of Building Four

Please see Campus Safety’s Emergency Telephone Locations Map for all emergency telephone locations.


Room Sign Up Requirements

Students interested in living in The Mae Apartments must apply in groups of four or six during the Apartment phase of the Room Selection Process. Students must be in good social and academic standing to reside in this apartment. Each applicant is required to sign a release form (giving the Office of Residential Life permission to request each student's records through Student Affairs and the Registrar's Office) when applying for this option.

Apartment/Ingham Applications are due Thursday, March 23, 2017 by 4:00 PM.

2017-2018 Apartment/Ingham Application

2017-2018 Student Release Form

For information on room rates, please see the Accounting Office's Tuition & Fees page.


Physical Address

1107 E. Erie Street
Albion, MI 49224

View it on the map


Floor Plans

Mae: Building One Layout
Mae: Building Two Layout
Mae: Building Three Layout
Mae: Building Four Layout

Munger Place Apartments

Munger Place Apartments

The Basics

Munger Place Apartments houses our Living-Learning Communities for students of sophomore through senior-level classification. Groups of 4-10 students submit a proposal for an LLC experience. The selection period occurs prior to the Room Selection Process.

If space in Munger remains after the LLC selection, then Munger Place Apartments--considered a privileged housing options for senior-level students consisting of two- and four-person apartments each bedroom being double-occupancy--will be open for the Apartment Sign Up Process. This will not take place until mid-April and students should still continue with Room Selection as usual and sign up for alternate housing options. Applicants must be in good social and academic standing with the College. Students residing in Munger Apartments are not required to be on the College Board Plan.

 

Room Furnishings

Per Student:

  • XL twin size bed (80” x 36”)
  • May be bunked or placed as individuals
  • Desk and desk chair
  • Bookcase/shelf
  • Chest of drawers (three-drawer unit)
  • Closet

Per Room:

  • Cable TV hookup
  • Mini blinds
  • Carpet

Building your own loft is prohibited. All college furniture must remain in the room throughout the entire academic year.

 

Board Plan

Students in Munger Place Apartments are not required to be on a College Board Plan. However, students may purchase a College Board Plan if desired. Please see Dining Services for more information.

 

Apartment Amenities

Per Apartment:

  • Carpeted living and dining rooms
  • Air conditioned facility
  • Mini blinds
  • Cable TV hook up
  • Furnished living room
    • Lounge furniture (sofa, chairs, etc.)
    • Coffee table
    • End tables
  • Dining room table and chairs
  • Full kitchen
    • Stove
    • Sink with garbage disposal
    • Dishwasher
    • Refrigerator
    • Microwave

Laundry Machines:

  • Three washers and three dryers (free of charge)
  • Located on the first floor

Residents are responsible for the housekeeping of their individual apartments. Students should plan to bring their own cookware, dishware, and silverware.

 

Internet Access

Wireless access is only available in the common areas of each apartment. All student rooms have active, wired ports.

 

Key Access

The Munger Place Apartments are set up with a card system that allows students to use their Albion1Card as a key to their residential building as well as their individual apartment. Individual rooms within the apartments are accessed with the student’s Albion1Card as well.

 

Residential Life Staff

Residence Hall Director (RD)

  • A full time professional staff member hired through the Office of Residential Life.
  • Munger Apartments Hall Director resides on the first floor of Mitchell Towers and oversees Mitchell Towers and all Apartments.

Resident Assistant (RA)

  • An upper-class student leader hired through the Office of Residential Life
  • Munger Apartments RA lives on the third floor of Munger

 

Smoking Policy

Munger Place Apartments is a smoke-free facility.

Emergency Telephone Locations

Munger Place Apartments has 1 emergency telephone that is a direct line to Campus Safety:

  1. North Facing Rear Exit Door

Please see Campus Safety’s Emergency Telephone Locations Map for all emergency telephone locations.

 

Physical Address

301 E. Michigan Ave.
Albion, MI 49224

View it on the map

 

Floor Plans

Munger Place Apartments: Second Floor Layout
Munger Place Apartments: Third Floor Layout
Munger Place Apartments: Fourth Floor Layout

Mitchell Towers

Mitchell Towers

The Basics

Mitchell Towers is located on Mingo Street between Jackson and Porter Streets. Mitchell is a suite-style residence hall, meaning two double-occupancy rooms are connected by a bathroom (four people share a bathroom). Mitchell Towers has four floors per tower, and there are two towers within the entire complex. This residence hall houses 233 sophomore to senior-status students. Mitchell is a community-centered building. Each tower is designed in a large circle of rooms with the floor’s common areas located in the center and the rooms lining the perimeter. The two towers are connected by a common entrance on the first floor.


Room Furnishings

Per Student:

  • XL twin size bed (80” x 36”)
  • May be bunked or placed as individuals
  • Desk and desk chair
  • Bookcase/shelf
  • Closet
  • Chest of drawers (three-drawer unit)

Per Room:

  • Cable TV hookup
  • Mini blinds

Building your own loft is prohibited. All college furniture must remain in the room throughout the entire academic year.


Board Plan

Students in Mitchell Towers are required to select 1 of 3 Residence Hall Block Plans. Please see the Dining Services page for more information.


Residence Hall Amenities

  • Full kitchen (located on the basement level)
    • Stove
    • Sink
    • Microwave
    • Refrigerator
  • Various Lounges
    • Sofas, chairs, tables, etc.
    • Large screen TV
    • Pool table
    • Piano
  • Computer Lab
    • Desktop computers
    • Black and white printer
  • Check Out
    • Students can check out different items from the RA Office during On Call hours
      • Games
      • Cleaning supplies
      • Limited cookware
  • Laundry Machines
    • 4 washers and 4 dryers per tower (free of charge)
    • Located on the basement level
  • Vending Machines
    • Located on the first floor (main lounge)

Residents are responsible for the housekeeping of their individual rooms and suite bathrooms. Albion College cleans other common areas (lounges, public restrooms, kitchenettes, etc.).


Internet Access

Mitchell Towers has wireless access throughout the building. Wired connections are available upon request (submit work order request to the Helpdesk to be connected).


Key Access

Mitchell Towers is set up with a card system that allows students to use their Albion1Card as a key to their residential building as well as their individual room.


Residential Life Staff

Residence Hall Director (RD)

  • A full-time professional staff member hired through the Office of Residential Life lives on the first floor of Mitchell Towers year round.
  • Mitchell Towers RD also oversees all apartments on campus.

Resident Assistant (RA)

  • An upper-class student leader hired through the Office of Residential Life
  • Each floor houses one RA (RA to student ratio 1:32)


Smoking Policy

Mitchell Towers is a smoke-free facility. For more information about our Smoking Policy, please see page 80 in our 2016-2017 Student Handbook.


Emergency Telephone Locations

Mitchell Towers has four emergency telephone locations that are direct lines to Campus Safety:

  1. East exterior door (Mingo street side of North tower) – indicated by a blue light
  2. West center foyer
  3. Inside the elevator of each tower (student access only during opening & closing)

Please see Campus Safety’s Emergency Telephone Location Map for all emergency telephone locations.


Room Sign Up Requirements

Students interested in living in Mitchell must apply in groups of four (same gender) during the Suite phase of the Room Selection Process.

Suite Applications are due Thursday, March 30, 2017 by 4:00 PM.

2017-2018 Suite Application

For more information on room rates, please see the Accounting Office’s Tuition & Fees page.


Physical Address:

106 S. Mingo Street
Albion, MI. 49224


Floor Plans

pdfMitchell: First Floor Layout
pdfMitchell: Second Floor Layout
pdfMitchell: Third Floor Layout
pdfMitchell: Fourth Floor Layout

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