We participate in dance events and promote dance activities on campus, including a spring performance that features both student and professional compositions. We also sponsor guest choreographers, speakers, and performers. And we attend performances at other campuses and venues. Anyone (with or without dance experience) can join.
The Dead Pinocchio Theatre was created to produce experimental, innovative, provocative, and original pieces of entirely student-produced theatre, using either new text, new work, or otherwise unconventional theatrical devices.
We’re a student-led musical organization with three main objectives: we sing pop and jazz a cappella; we compose and arrange a cappella music (and we’re available and willing to perform that music); and we put on concerts that consist of popular and jazz-based a cappella music. After winning the Albion Battle of the Bands, we’re pretty popular—but we still have time for our multiple solo concerts. An audition is required for membership. Visit our website
The only men's professional music fraternity on campus. We’re about brotherhood and musical opportunities, and we stay really busy promoting and sharing musical excellence at the College. Visit our website
The Albion College Pep Band plays at Albion College athletic and other engagements to keep the crowd on their feet and excited.
Albion College Players is a co-curricular organization of the Theatre Department. We exist to stimulate creativity and foster artistic achievement in all the allied arts and crafts of theatre. All are welcome to join.
We’re an international woman's music fraternity, offering close sisterhood to women who are interested and involved in music. To join, you must participate in a musical activity for at least one semester each year. We encourage and promote music around campus and in the community, and we also raise money for our National Philanthropies. Visit our website
Union Board, often referred to as UB, is a student volunteer council that works to provide entertainment programs for the student body. UB also administers the Bohm Movie Program, which allows students to see movies by showing their student IDs. Students are also given the chance to make a direct impact on their campus environment outside the classroom. Get involved by coming to an open meeting on Tuesday nights at 9:30 p.m. in the Alumni Conference Room.