Student Organization Resources

Student organizations are a vital part of the Albion College community, adding an important dimension to your life at Albion. They offer many opportunities beyond those available in the classroom for the development of communication and leadership skills, building teamwork and a sense of community, and encouraging service to others.

Getting involved in campus organizations is one way to make new friends, take part in important projects, make a difference in the lives of others, plan exciting programs and overall just have a lot of fun while at Albion. Liberal Arts at Work and at Play.

If you would like to receive additional information about Student Organizations at Albion College, please contact the Campus Programs and Organizations Office at 517/629-0433

Spring 2017 Student Organization Registration

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What's Up Newsletter


Summer Greetings from Albion College.  The 2010 edition of the Summer What's Up Newsletter is ready for your review.  Please browse the newsletter for Summer updates and helpful information as you prepare to move to campus to begin the Fall 2010 academic semester. 


Student Organizations

Students learn about campus organizations during Briton Bash.

Albion is the home of over 100 student organizations, so there are many opportunities to get involved. These groups produce an amazing array of things to see and do throughout the school year ranging from small gatherings to all-campus activities, keynote lecturers to musical performances, and sports and recreation events to political rallies.

Learn more about the variety of opportunities that exist by visiting the descriptions of current student organizations.


Community Service

Diversity Awareness


Greek Life




Special Interest

Sports & Recreational Clubs

Student Government

    Event Calendar

    The Albion College Event Calendar can be found with other departmental/program calendars on the Albion College website. This is a valuable resource that allows faculty, staff, students, and external audiences to see events and other happenings on campus. Each listing contains the date, time, location and additional support information for each event/activity. The Campus Event Calendar is managed by the Assistant Director of the Kellogg Center. 

    The Campus Event Calendar is only as good as the willingness of the College community to use it and submit items. Any event in which complete information is provided (and conforms to all other polices and regulations of the College) will be posted to the Event Calendar. If the event you want to book is scheduled at the same time another major event is occurring, you will be contacted and an attempt will be made to find a suitable date, time, and place for your program. The Assistant Director and/or Assistant Dean will work to resolve any conflicts which arise. Please keep in mind Albion College's policy toward programming is non-exclusive and mulitple programs occurring at the same time do frequently happen. The Kellogg Center staff will attempt to do its best to identify those programs that might be in conflict and/or might compete for the same audience. 

    It is important to note that not all room reservations are automatically added to the Event Calendar.  Many times reservations for spaces are made before specific program details are available or they are events that are not of interest to the general campus or community public. Therefore, to ensure that your event does get listed on the calendar, it is best to submit your listing directly to the calendar itself. 

    Submitting an Item to Appear on the Calendar

    Current faculty, staff, and students may submit entries into the campus calendar. Your submission will be sent to the Campus Scheduler for approval. Once approved, your event will be displayed for all to see on the general calendar.

    Events to be posted on the calendar should be intended for the larger campus or campus and community audiences. Announcements for club/organization meetings and other postings targeting a select audience should use other methods to inform their constituents. Please keep in mind that these postings can be seen by external audiences. If your event is limited to campus audiences, please indicate that in your event description. 

    To submit an entry, open the Event Calendar using the link below. Once the calendar is open, scroll to the bottom of the page. Click the submit button. You will be prompted to use your Albion College username and password to log into the site. Fill out all of the event details in the boxes provided.  Make sure to click the "Submit Event" button when complete to send your submission to the Campus Scheduler for approval.

    Event Calendar


    Jonathon Collier
    Associate Director, Greek Life and Student Organizations
    Office: CPO
    Phone: 517-629-0433

    Karen Hiatt
    Assistant Director, Kellogg Center
    Office: Kellogg Center Front Desk
    Phone: 517-629-0336

    Tracey Howard
    Assistant Dean for Program Development
    Office: CPO
    Phone: 517-629-0433

    Pam Schuler
    Assistant Director, Service and Leadership
    Office: CPO
    Phone: 517-629-0433

    Lavada Weeks
    Department Secretary
    Office: CPO
    Phone: 517-629-0433

    Jennifer Yawson
    Director, Campus Programs and Organizations and Associate Director of the Anna Howard Shaw Women's Center
    Office: CPO
    Phone: 517-629-0433


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