Category Archives: Students

Accounting Society

Come join us Thursday, Jan. 26 at 7 pm in Rob. 203 for our first Accounting Society meeting! This meeting is to kick off the semester and get to know us and our plans for this organization. We plan to have regular meetings to bring us all in to learn more about accounting and all opportunities it brings as a career!

2023 Hispanic Scholarship Fund – Due Feb 15

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund is now accepting applications for the 2023 HSF Scholar Program. The HSF Scholar Program offers students support services, including career services, mentorship, leadership development, knowledge building, and wellness training as well as scholarship funds ranging from $500-$5,000. Eligibility requirements and the link to apply can be found here. Applications are due Feb. 15. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have any questions.

Albion History Club

The history club is looking for students who have a passion for discussing, learning about, and participating in activities related to historical events and people. We meet every Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in Robinson Hall (Room 403). Our activities include: playing Jeopardy, murder mysteries, historical debates, analyzing the historical inaccuracies in videos, and presentations among other activities. The club covers a broad range of history from all parts of the world and across different time periods. It is a great way to have fun, expand your knowledge, and get to know new people. Also, the club is planning professionalization events like resume workshops and preparations for graduate school, which will take place this academic year. If you want to get on the email list for the History club or have any questions, please reach out to Emily Abramczyk at

Kaos in the KC

Mark Your Calendars! The second “Kaos in the KC” will be Friday, Feb. 3 from 8-10 p.m. in the Kellogg Center. Four Floors Of Fun including music, dancing, a movie and more! More details to come. Future “Kaos” event dates will be March 17 and April 14. If your student organization would like to be a part of a future “Kaos” event, please email Jennifer Yawson at

Sign up for recruitment

If you are you interested in joining a sorority use this sign-up link. Greek life is a great way to get to know new people on campus and make long lasting friendships. If you’re looking for a way to get involved on campus and within the Albion community this is a great way to do so! Reach out to Savannah Waddick ( or Victoria Fuller ( if you have any questions!

Albion’s International Human Rights Conference

Join faculty, students and practitioners from around the world at Albion’s Challenging Borders Human Rights Conference April 30-May 2. We will challenge borders — literal and symbolic — through presentations, discussions and workshops on refugee and migrant rights, labor rights, environment and climate rights, and identity rights.

Students are invited to submit poster presentations about their rights-related research, advocacy work, artistic creation, community engagement or other forms of experiential learning related to our themes.

Participants will enjoy hands-on advocacy workshops, an environmental justice tour of Albion and learn strategies from environmental rights lawyer and human rights activist Katie Redford.

To learn more, visit our website at borders/ or contact Carrie Walling.

Register to attend or submit your proposal now.

Limited scholarships are available, if you submit your idea by Feb. 1.

Make a Recommendation for Next Year’s Common Reading Experience

The Common Reading Experience (CRE) is trying something new and exciting this year, something we believe will be a better fit for our first-year students and FYS instructors.Rather than picking a common book, we’re curating a small number of creative and cultural works—essays, podcasts, poems, videos, stories, visual art—from which FYS instructors can pick to share, experience, and discuss with their first-year students. We believe this new approach aligns with the CRE’s investment in the “deep relevance of reading” while also providing a wider range of relevant and powerful experiences for our first-year students. If you have suggestions for a short work you think would be engaging, relevant, and valuable to first-year students, please share them by February 8 using this link

Here are a few guidelines: the topic should address in some way belonging, identity, and/or self-discovery; the audience is our first-year students; the genre is open to pretty much anything; and the length should be something that can be completed in one sitting.

Intervarsity Fellowship

Every Wednesday from 7-8:30 p.m. Intervarsity hosts a session of fellowship, prayer & knowledge of the word. If you are interested, come join us in the Umbrella House. We hope to see some new faces. This is a safe space for all thoughts & ideas! All are welcome! Questions, please contact Nayaisha Edmond