attend-collegeAlbion College

Established in 1835, Albion College is a private coeducational institute situated in central Michigan. At Albion, each student is given personal attending by minimizing the number of students in a class, This school also offers hi-tech facilities, giving students the opportunity to delve into the world of research. Many graduates of Albion College have gone on to promising careers, or to attend prestigious law schools, medical colleges, and business administration institutes. Currently there are about 1,860 enrolled undergraduates

Aid Packages

The financial aid office awards a variety of aid, including federal student loans, scholarships, grants, and work-study. These  programs facilitate an affordable education for students. But the good news doesn’t stop there. Albion also helps parents of dependent students apply for Parent PLUS loans.

Applying for Financial Aid

Applying for aid at Albion College is easy. You only need to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before the deadline to qualify for financial assistance. After you submit the application, Albion will evaluate your need and academic merit, awarding aid accordingly.
However, your Albion aid packages may not cover all your college costs. If this is the case, you may want to consider private student loans as an alternate source of funding. Check out our Student Loan Comparison Tool to search and find the best loan for you.

Paying for College*

Total Avg. Cost $41,528
Tuition $31,186
Room & Board $8,842
Financial Aid Information
Students Receiving Fin Aid 100%
Typical Grant Amounts
State/Local $1,531
Federal $5,624
%Receiving Loans 65%
Avg. Other Stud. Loans $10,667
%Receiving Other Loans 8%

Getting In

Admission Rate 69%
Total Enrollment 1,602
Men 48%
Women 52%
Graduation Rate 74%
Application Fee $40


611 E Porter St
Albion, MI 49224(517) 629-1000
Financial Aid Office URL
Admissions Office URL

*Data source is the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) the data collection program for the National Center for Education Statistics


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