Honor your whole self in a community of belonging.
At Albion, we welcome and celebrate students of all faiths and spiritualities. We recognize spiritual wellness as an important aspect of student well-being. We offer holistic programming in support of this, from weekly worship services to campus ministry groups and interfaith mentorship.
Celebrate your values and connect with your community through our student organizations. Albion’s religious affinity groups include the Chapel Brits, Albion Hillel, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, the Muslim Student Association, the Secular Humanist Group and the United Voices of Albion College. Find fellowship, grow in leadership and nurture your spirituality among friends.
The Albion College Chaplain offers mentorship and support to students with a focus on deepening faith, developing leaders and learning from diversity. The Chaplain partners with the campus and broader community to offer regular opportunities for worship, lead interfaith initiatives and encourage spiritual wellness.
Opened in 1957, Goodrich Chapel is a visual landmark on campus. It houses our Boyd Meditation Chapel, which is available for personal and small group spiritual needs. It’s a space for community connection that we share with the Albion First United Methodist Church, which holds weekly services for the Albion community.