Institutional Advancement

The Places You'll Go: Greenhalgh Gift Opens Travel Possibilities to More Students

Susan and Stephen Greenhalgh, '75 '74

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A new endowed gift from Stephen and Susan Brochu Greehalgh, '74 '75, will offer a greater opportunity for students with financial need to take part in faculty-sponsored academic trips. "I believe that experiential learning can make all the difference in a liberal arts education," Stephen Greenhalgh said.

 

Yearly Fundraising Totals Indicate Continued Momentum for Albion

Ferguson Administrative Building, Albion College

Ferguson Administrative Building, Albion College
The lifetime value of a liberal arts education and Albion’s well-established identity as an exemplary liberal arts college continue to resonate strongly, indicated in part by final fundraising totals for the 2018 fiscal year, which concluded June 30. “Every day I hear stories from alumni about the remarkable change that attending Albion brought to their lives, and many want to pay that forward,” said Bob Anderson, vice president for alumni relations and development. “Albion is clearly on the move up and our alumni and friends are making that possible.”

Giving Tuesday: Bigger Than Ever for Albion

Robinson Hall

Robinson Hall

The spirit of generosity was on display as alumni, faculty, students and friends of Albion College donated more than $185,000 on Giving Tuesday that was held November 28 

Instant Impact: Murray and Jean Swindell, '56 '58, Create $1 Million Scholarship

Jean and Murray Swindell, '58 '56

Jean and Murray Swindell, '58 '56
For the Michigan natives and longtime New Englanders, the intention is broad yet straightforward: The Murray and Jean Penzotti Swindell Student Impact Scholarship will support bright students with financial need, support President Mauri Ditzler’s vision of growth for both the College and the Albion community, and help make Albion College well known nationally as a top-notch liberal arts school.

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