As a residential college, Albion is concerned with the growth and development of the whole person in a number of interrelated realms: intellectual, personal, social, spiritual, emotional, physical, vocational. A primary goal of the Student Affairs Division is to encourage students to develop a greater sense of responsibility: responsibility for their own education, responsibility for their own decision-making, responsibility for formulating defensible positions on important issues—indeed responsibility for determining their own identity and life's direction.
Under the direction of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, the eight departments and one program within the Student Affairs Division of the College provide programs and services that support the academic mission of the College and that encourage and enhance a full educational experience for each individual student. To learn more about the departments and programs within the Student Affairs Division, please visit the websites for these offices and programs.
The Albion College Division of Student Affairs engages each student in a safe and enriching residential learning community that fosters self-directed growth and development so that each student becomes a contributing and interdependent global citizen.