Albion College Dining and Hospitality Services is dedicated to providing the campus and community with high quality products and services through a variety of experiences. These experiences will reflect our commitment to being responsive to the changing needs and desires of our diverse audience while operating in an ethical, sustainable, and fiscally responsible manner.
As Albion College is a learning-centered institution that values learning outside the classroom, we are committed to engaging our students while creating an environment which focuses on maintaining sustainable operations. We will cultivate our private interest while serving our public through socially responsible, environmentally conscious, and economically viable practices.
Diversity and Resources
Diversity is a core component to our success and development. In order to provide superior products and services we must: Embrace a diverse workforce throughout all levels while respecting and relying upon varying backgrounds, talents, and ideas; Respect and celebrate the varied cultural customs within our global community; Recognize that our most valuable resource is the employee and management team we assemble; Be committed to managing and maximizing all available resources.
Albion College is committed to enhancing the overall health and wellness of an individual's mind, body, and spirit. We will demonstrate this commitment by offering a variety of nutritious foods and beverages made from wholesome ingredients, accommodating a wide variety of dietary needs, and providing the tools necessary to make balanced and healthy choices.
Dining and Hospitality Services values the experience created through our products, services, and environments. We create welcoming environments and memorable experiences by focusing on service and accommodating various nutritional and social needs. We are dedicated to achieving excellence in our products and services, and also creating long-term value within individual relationships.
Albion College Dining and Hospitality has a variety of job opportunities. For students, whether you’re looking for employment through the federal work study program or other part-time opportunities, there are many placements available working catered events, in the Mary Sykes Faculty/Staff Dining Room, in Lower Baldwin Student Dining Hall and in the Eat Shop Café.
Those seeking both a full-time career or part-time job placement within Dining and Hospitality Services are encouraged to look for postings on the Human Resources Web site.
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Running in tandem with the First-Year Seminars is the FYE Residential Program Learning Strategies. The Learning Strategies sessions are geared to helping first-year students succeed at Albion. They introduce students to campus support services, skills such as time management and decision making, assist with academic and personal goal setting, and help students learn what is expected of them as a student.
Throughout the first semester on campus, students will meet with other first-year students to participate in Learning Strategies activities facilitated by Student Affairs staff and resident assistants in first-year residence halls. The resident assistant will also have individual guided discussions with first-year students to assist in their transition to college. First-year students will meet for both academic and social events during the first year at Albion.