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Albion Featured on Detroit TV News

May 6, 2020

In recent weeks, President Mauri Ditzler has been seen on news programs on Detroit’s FOX 2 and ABC 7 speaking about the Michigan 2020 Promise, an Albion College program for graduating high school seniors and transfer students who apply for admission by May 15 that will cover 100% of tuition and fees for Michigan families making under $65,000 annually, after the Michigan Tuition and federal Pell Grants are applied. (Additional scholarships are available to families earning more than $65,000.)

Following President Ditzler on ABC 7’s May 3 episode of Spotlight on the News was Dr. James Wilson, ’77, whose genetic research lab in Philadelphia has nimbly refocused itself as one of a select group of labs around the world working on a vaccine for the coronavirus and COVID-19. He also had the opportunity to talk about the College’s Lisa and James Wilson Institute for Medicine.

Spotlight on the News, WXYZ-TV ABC 7, May 3, 2020: President Ditzler, Dr. Wilson

 

 

FOX 2 Morning, WJBK-TV, April 15, 2020: President Ditzler

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Albion College Announces the 'Michigan 2020 Promise' Scholarship Exclusive to the Incoming Fall Class

A drone view of the Albion College campus, with the community of Albion, Michigan, in the background.

Albion College students inside the Kellogg Center, the College's student union building.
Albion College, one of the top-ranked liberal arts colleges in the country, announced today their new and substantial Michigan 2020 Promise will assist Michigan families who have college affordability concerns due to COVID-19.

Albion Ranks No. 1 in Student-Services Spending Among Michigan Private Colleges

Albion College students outside Baldwin Hall, fall 2019

Albion College students outside Baldwin Hall, Fall 2019
Albion College placed 60th out of 1,063 private four-year U.S. colleges and universities in student-services spending for 2017-18 in a ranking published earlier this month by The Chronicle of Higher Education. Within Michigan, Albion is ranked No. 1 of any private college or university.

Albion Featured as One of the Most Desired Colleges of the Last Decade

Robinson Hall, facing Hannah Street, Albion College

Robinson Hall facing Hannah Street, Albion College
The quality of an Albion College education is being recognized in a new LendEDU ranking of the Most Desired Colleges of the Last Decade. The list focuses on 1,253 four-year schools, consisting of private and public colleges and universities, from the 2008-09 and 2018-19 academic years. Albion places 457 overall, and No. 3 among the 13 nationally recognized liberal arts institutions that comprise the Great Lakes Colleges Association.

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