Albion College is closely following updates and public health recommendations surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, we will not be hosting on campus visits, large programs, and events until May 31, 2020 or later. We will be offering virtual experiences for all prospective students and encourage you to sign up for one of these options or connect with your Admission Counselor to schedule an individual virtual meeting.
The Virtual Experience is a program designed for admitted students to get a feeling of what it's like to be an Albion College student. They will learn about admission next steps, hear from a student panel, watch a campus video tour, and have an opportunity to win cool swag.
- Admitted Students - Thursday, May 28, 2020 We invite all 2020 First-Year and Transfer students to learn more about the next steps to attending Albion College. This program will show you tours of different parts of campus, next steps, and Q&A with our Admissions Team.
Institutes and Programs Virtual Information Sessions
Want to learn more about Albion College's Institutes and Programs? Sign up for virtual information sessions, to learn more about the following:
- Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service Prepares students to analyze and interpret issues critically in order for them to take action. Internships in the Ford Institute place you in government, non-profit, media, and legal systems so that you can grow your professional network and better understand our global society.
- Gerstacker Business Institute Introduces and prepares students for careers and leadership in business. Through co-curricular experiences including an internship, students are exposed to professional development and leadership exploration to maximize their competitive potential in the business world.
- Wilson Institute for Medicine Supports all students interested in a health-related career, from the practice of medicine to nursing to all of the allied professions.
- Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program Provides students in the Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program access to a number of challenging and rewarding experiences. Our curriculum immerses students in these four fields of intellectual inquiry, then connects and expands their thinking through a senior Honors thesis.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admission or call 800/858-6770.