Offices and Programs

Albion-O (New Student Orientation)

Through Albion-O (New Student Orientation), Student Development staff members coordinate programs and activities for new students to assist them with their transition to Albion College. It is designed to welcome students to campus and help them begin to build a sense of community, connection and belonging. Students will explore campus and the surrounding Albion community, get settled into their new home, make friends, meet staff and faculty and learn about resources and programs available to support them and help them thrive during their time at Albion.

Anna Howard Shaw Center for Gender Equity

The Anna Howard Shaw Center for Gender Equity  is a gathering place for students that experience marginalization due to their gender to share ideas, access resources, and work together to promote growth. The Anna Howard Shaw Center for Gender Equity aims to support and empower those with marginalized gender identities. The Center’s programs and resources are available to students, faculty, and staff of Albion College as well as to the people of Albion and the surrounding communities.


Athletics at Albion College provides an opportunity for students to engage in teamwork, competition and wellness through varsity, intramural, club sports and our athletic facilities.

Campus Life

The Office of Campus Life provides learning opportunities for all students to belong, engage and lead in a supportive and inclusive environment. Housed in the Kellogg Center, the Office of Campus Life oversees student clubs and organizations and Greek life. They aspire to advance visionary leaders through the power of belonging and transformative experiences.

Campus Safety

The Office of Campus Safety, operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, works with the college community to ensure the safety and security of the entire campus. Directed by professional staff members, Campus Safety provides building patrols, building openings and closings, after-hour admittances, escorts, parking enforcement, emergency fire and medical response, and general patrol of campus property. Campus Safety works closely with the City of Albion’s Department of Public Safety and other law enforcement agencies.

Community Living

While at Albion College, you will find that learning opportunities provided in the campus residences enhance the more formal classroom learning. Sharing common living spaces with other students challenges each resident to develop skills such as communication and assertiveness. Students can also gain leadership and organizational skills through their participation in hall government and program development. Visit the Office of Community Living.

Cutler Center for Student Success

The Cutler Center promotes student success through a one-stop hub of services and advocates for institutional policies and practices that foster equitable outcomes. The Cutler Center houses Accessibility, Peer Tutoring, Writing Consulting and TRiO Student Support services.

Office of Integrated Wellness - Counseling Services

In both group and individual settings, Office of Integrated Wellness – Counseling Services provides students a confidential environment to explore concerns related to a variety of issues. College is a time of growth and transition and students often attend counseling to address eating concerns, depression, interpersonal relationships, stress management, sexuality, loss and grief, and other concerns. Educational programs, consultation on counseling-related topics, and referrals to area mental health resources can be provided as well. Counseling Services welcomes students from all backgrounds and embraces a philosophy of respectful diversity.

Office of Integrated Wellness - Spiritual Life

The Office of Integrated Wellness – Spiritual Life celebrates and cultivates religious devotion and spiritual development, and strives to create a welcoming and affirming context for the entire College community. The office does this in a variety of ways, such as providing connections between students and religious communities (both on and off campus), hosting interfaith dialogue opportunities, leading Christian unity efforts on campus, supporting students exploring ministry, and offering pastoral care in times of joy and loss.

Office of Integrated Wellness - Student Health Services Navigation

The focus of the Office of Integrated Wellness – Student Health Services Navigation is to take a holistic approach in supporting the wellness needs of Albion College students. This may include sharing health promotion and disease prevention information throughout the academic year. The Assistant Director of Campus Wellness will assist students with insurance issues, referrals, coordination of ongoing care, and navigating health care services through the College partnership with the Oaklawn Family Practice and Express Care – Albion.