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Albion Makes Impression in Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education Ranking

Students in front of Ferguson Hall on the Albion College quadrangle.

Albion College’s national reputation continues to shine with a strong placement earlier this month on The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings. On their list of the country’s best liberal arts colleges, Albion was ranked No. 65.

Albion Recognized in Latest College Rankings

A view of the Kellogg Center, Albion College

A view from the Kellogg Center, Albion CollegeAnnual college guides geared toward prospective students and their families continue to recognize the Albion experience. Washington Monthly counted Albion College as among the top 100 national liberal arts institutions—No. 92, to be exact—that contribute to the public good in what the magazine describes as "three broad categories: Social Mobility (recruiting and graduating low-income students), Research (producing cutting-edge scholarship and PhDs), and Service (encouraging students to give something back to their country)."

With Class of 2020, Albion College Enrollment Surpasses 1,400

Albion College Class of 2020

Move-In Day 2016
Overall enrollment and student diversity continue to trend upward with the arrival of Albion College's Class of 2020. As of the first day of classes August 22, the matriculation of more than 400 first-year students and 35 transfers—coupled with a higher returning sophomore retention rate—has driven the student body above 1,400 for the first time since 2011.

Albion Makes Concerted Admission Push in Chicago

Sarah Goldman

Sarah Goldman
Sarah Goldman (left), who joins the Albion admission team May 16, will be based in the city's northwest suburbs and lead the College's regional recruiting operation in the country's third-largest metro area. She has done similar work for two other liberal arts colleges over the last six years "She has experience and success doing what we need to do," says Vice President for Enrollment Steve Klein. "She is a formidable competitor."

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