The data presented on this website are based on the official records of Albion College and are provided for prospective students, the Albion College community, and other interested individuals and organizations.
Additional details can be viewed by clicking on the links below. Please note the tabs at the bottom of each screen. Each tab provides different aspects of the data.
Fall 2017 Enrollment Report
Spring 2017 Enrollment Report
Fall 2016 Enrollment Report
Spring 2016 Enrollment Report
Fall 2015 Enrollment Report
Student Enrollment Data
Persistence-graduation rates can be found in the Albion College Fall 2017 Graduation Retention Report.
Common Data Set
The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Thomson Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report. The combined goal of this collaboration is to improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student's transition into higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers.
This goal is attained by the development of clear, standard data items and definitions in order to determine a specific cohort relevant to each item. Data items and definitions used by the U.S. Department of Education in its higher education surveys often serve as a guide in the continued development of the CDS. Common Data Set items undergo broad review by the CDS Advisory Board as well as by data providers representing secondary schools and two- and four-year colleges. Feedback from those who utilize the CDS also is considered throughout the annual review process.
The CDS is a set of standards and definitions of data items rather than a survey instrument or set of data represented in a database. Each of the higher education surveys conducted by the participating publishers incorporates items from the CDS as well as unique items proprietary to each publisher. Consequently, the publishers' surveys differ in that they utilize varying numbers of items from the CDS.
Those who report data for their colleges are urged to abide by the definitions and the cohorts specified when answering CDS items. They are also urged to use the answers to CDS items when responding to the numerous survey requests they receive, by distributing photocopies of their answers, posting them on their web sites, or by other effective means.
Click on the appropriate year to view Albion College's Common Data Set (in Excel .xls format):
2017-18 Common Data Set
2016-17 Common Data Set
2015-16 Common Data Set
Institutional Research Data
The following links provide spreadsheets of the indicated data, which were requested by the Curriculum and Resources Committee. Data for the previous five years are provided and updated annually.
Please note that some spreadsheets have several sheets, which can be accessed by clicking on the tabs at the bottom of that spreadsheet. You may copy and paste any parts of these spreadsheets to an Excel file for your own use, but the data must not be altered.
The data elements in these spreadsheets are defined in this Glossary (Microsoft Word Format).
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar by calling 517/629-0216, via email , or use the online form.
Summer School 2014 Brochure
The summer term is seven weeks, from Monday, May 19 to Thursday, July 3. Current Albion students as well as guest students from other colleges are offered opportunities to accelerate an academic program or relax a tight course schedule.
The program offers personal attention and small classes. All courses are taught by members of the Albion College faculty.
Summer Term Admission
All regular students will automatically be admitted to the Albion summer term. Regular students include those currently enrolled at Albion College.
Students enrolled at other institutions who wish to take summer courses at Albion College are welcome as guest students. Application for guest student status requires a Michigan Undergraduate Guest Application form available at the Registrar’s or Admission’s Offices in Michigan colleges. Application may also be made by submitting the Summer School Application. The application must be certified by the Registrar of the college which the student regularly attends. The guest student assumes responsibility for determining whether the course he/she takes at Albion will apply to his/her program of study by having the courses approved in advance by the Registrar of the institution to which the credits are to be transferred.
Persons who are not enrolled in a degree program may apply as special students by submitting the Summer School Application.
Regular Students: Registration may be completed using ACIS until the first day of summer classes, Monday, May 19.
Guest and Special Students: Registration may be completed at the Office of the Registrar until May 19, 2013. There is a $30.00 registration fee for all Guest and Special Students due at the time of registration, non-refundable after May 19. Payment in full is expected by the first day of classes. Late registrations, if approved, require payment in full at that time. Housing arrangements must be made by April 18.
Students enrolling for internships and directed studies must register by submitting the appropriate completed form to the Registrar’s office by May 19, 2013.
Schedule of Courses offered Summer 2014
Tuition and Fees
For information on summer term costs, see the Accounting Office web site.
All credits will be issued in terms of units, half-units or quarter-units. A unit is equivalent to four semester hours or six quarter hours.
A standard student load for the summer term is 2 units, although fewer may be taken. A student will automatically be eligible to elect 3 units if the student has a cumulative grade point average of 3.3 or above. An Albion student who does not meet this eligibility requirement must petition the Committee on Academic Status for permission to enroll in more than 2 units. Auditing summer courses is not permissible.
- Drop/Add - The last day to drop or add a course is Wednesday, May 21.
- Credit/No Credit - The last day to elect the Credit/No Credit option is Tuesday, May 27.
- Withdrawal from a course - The last day to withdraw from a course with a grade of "W" is Monday, June 2.
- Incomplete grade - All students who receive an incomplete grade in a course must complete their course work by Wednesday, August 20, 2013.
All students who accept admission to Albion College summer term agree to adhere to academic regulations as outlined in the Albion College 2013-2014 Academic Catalog.
For Further Information
Questions concerning the Albion College summer term should be addressed to: Office of the Registrar, PHONE: 517-629-0216, FAX: 517-629-0476, or by e-mailing .
Residence and Dining Facilities
Housing accommodations are available during the summer term. Those students who are interested in living on-campus for summer term should visit the Office of Residential Life web page or contact the Residential Life office at 517-629-0224 for further information. Students who desire to live off-campus are responsible for making their own arrangements. Living off-campus for the summer term does not exempt a student from the college residency requirement for the academic year.
There are no board plans available during the summer term.
On-campus facilities that are available to the summer term students during scheduled hours are: Dow Recreation and Wellness Center, Kresge Gymnasium, Whitehouse Nature Center, tennis courts, and athletic practice fields. Golf, swimming, canoeing, bike riding and other activities are available in surrounding areas.
Regulations are in effect which maintain the character and educational aims of Albion College as a continuing community as well as serving the best interests of the students. Student regulations are covered in the Albion College 2013-2014 Student Handbook and subsequent amendments are available from the Office of the Vice President and Dean for Student Affairs.
About Albion College
An independent, coeducational, residential college in south-central Michigan, Albion is committed to the liberal arts tradition. Founded in 1835 and historically related to the United Methodist Church, the College is dedicated to preserving the values of the past, to serving the needs of the present, and to anticipating the goals of the future.
Bordered by the scenic Kalamazoo River, Albion’s campus has more than 30 major buildings including 10 built during the past 25 years. Nearby is the Whitehouse Nature Center.