The Class of 2023, which features 10 incoming first-year students, also includes five students who have older brothers or sisters who are also participating in the program.
Organization presents Outstanding College Chemistry Teaching Award
Sarah Dehring, associate athletic director and senior woman administrator, will serve as interim director of athletics.
Cassie Vince, who represented Albion College as an All-American in cross country and indoor track & field during the 2018-19 academic year, picked up another award Tuesday.
Sustainable Business Strategy course enables economics and management students to collaborate on blended-learning project For 13 Albion College students this spring, an opportunity to take a course affiliated with Harvard Business School was simply too good to pass up.
The April 28 news of the passing of Judge Damon Keith was personally resonant and a reminder of his connections to Albion College.
Alma College inducts students into the nation’s most prestigious honor society.
For even the most gifted students, being in college is hard work.
Seven members of the Alma College chapter of the Business Professionals of America, competing May 1-5 at the organization’s National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Calif., earned medals ranking them in the top 10 in the nation in their competition categories.
Born and raised in Albion, her love of community remains strong and, as a Commencement speaker May 4, she will impart that message to graduates.
Effective in fall 2019, Alma College will expand its on-time graduation promise to incoming transfer students.
The very first class that Andrew Kimball, ’09, attended at Albion College was taught by English professor Charles Crupi.
Alma College’s top awards for faculty excellence
M.J.J. Smith was a member of the Alma College history and pre-law faculty for 32 years, retiring in 1997.
With an eye toward the future and a nod to the past, Albion College has established two new majors that will put a fresh spin on traditional subjects.
An Albion alumna and alumnus who have kept their ties to the College strong in unique ways will address the Class of 2019 at Commencement
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Research on World War I poetry, toxicity of road salts and the Civil Rights Act of 1957 receive top recognition at the 23rd annual Kapp Honors Day.
The day after Donald Trump’s presidential election victory in November 2016, professor Harold Koh began putting together plans for his book.