FERPA: The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Job Postings

Albion College understands student employees are students first and employees second. Students are expected to meet their commitments to the employment arrangement, arriving on time, completing work during scheduled hours and otherwise acting with dignity and respect for supervisors, staff, other students and other members of the College Community.

Albion College does not tolerate discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace. Complaints should be referred immediately to the attention of the employee's supervisor, manager, department chairperson or directly to the Office of Human Resources, 517/629-0205.

Students are limited to 20 hour per work week for all campus jobs. The work week runs from Monday through Sunday regardless of when a pay period begins or ends.

In order to work in an on-campus job or an off-campus federal work study job, students must be deemed eligible to work on campus by Student Employment. If you have held any other campus job you are all set. If you have never worked on campus before, you should complete the student employment registration process now.

Student Job Seekers

Search for jobs on Handshake

Student Employment Position Listings are posted on the Career and Internship website. There you will have access to Handshake where you can search for on and off campus student employment opportunities, as well as career, internship, and volunteer opportunities in and around the city of Albion. For assistance using Handshake, please contact the Career and Internship Center. The CIC is located onthe first floor of Ferguson Hall, 517/629-0332 or . Handshake can be found at https://albion.joinhandshake.com/

Supervisors

Campus Supervisors interested in posting positions on this site should complete a Student Job Posting Request form.

Ludington Center

The Ludington Center, located in the heart of downtown Albion, is named in honor of Jack and Dorothy Ludington, both of whom were 1951 graduates of Albion College.

The Center aims to serve as both a College and Community space, while also acting as the home to the Albion College Institutes; The Carl A. Gerstacker Institute for Business and Management, the Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service and the Career and Internship Center.

Jack Ludington was a committed supporter of community outreach in Albion, and also believed in the notion that a liberal arts education has a connection to Main Street, or in this case Superior Street. This building is dedicated to his vision of collaborative problem-solving.

A special thank you to our generous donors who have helped make the Ludington Center possible. Albion College recognizes the time and talent of Samuel J. Shaheen, '88, for his commitment in designing and developing the Center.

Using the Ludington Center

For more information or for questions regarding the use of the Ludington Center, please contact:

  • Troy Kase, Director, Career & Internship Center
    517/629-0332

  • Patrick McLean, Director, Ford Institute
    517/629-0368

  • Laurel Draudt, Director, Gerstacker Institute
    517/629-0418

Reservations

For room reservations, please contact Karen Hiatt by email, , or by phone, 517/629-0336.

Catering

Catering for the Ludington Center is managed by Bon Appétit. For information on catering an event, please visit their website*, or contact Pat Miller by email, , or by phone at 517/629-0365.

*Please note: For catered event services outside of Baldwin Hall (which includes the Ludington Center), please add an additional $2 per person for disposables and $4 per person for China service.

Voluntary Supplemental Income Insurance - Aflac

The Aflac Supplemental Income Insurance is a voluntary, 100% employee-paid program for full-time, benefit eligible employees. There are two products offered: 1) Accident/Injury plan and 2) Critical Illness plan. Each employee who chooses to enroll, creates a contract with AFLAC and the College's role is to collect the per-pay premiums through payroll deduction/reduction. The AFLAC products do not replace any existing benefit. It is an additional voluntary benefit offered at a group rate.

 

How to enroll and participate:
  1. Review brochure for benefit details (see below "Enrollment Resources")
  2. Enroll during Open Enrollment or within 30 days from initial hire. Contact Human Resources with questions.

 

Aflac Representative

Chris Bouldrey

(269) 998-9950 (cell)

(517) 524-8334 (fax)

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Send completed forms to Human Resources (KC 4664 / 1003 E. Cass Street)

 

Enrollment Resources

pdfAccident Plan

pdfAccident Plan Premium Rates

pdfCritical Illness Plan

pdfCritical Illness Plan Premium Rates

pdfEnrollment/Change Form

 

Claim Resources

pdfDirect Deposit Form

pdfAccident Plan - Claim Form

pdfCritical Illness - Claim Form

pdfAccident Plan - Wellness Form

pdfCritical Illness - Wellness Form

 

 

 

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