Albion among’s Top 50 Small Private Colleges

May 20, 2022’s latest college rankings, released earlier this week, listed Albion College among the top 50 private institutions in the nation with fewer than 2,500 students.

With a student-faculty ratio of 12 to 1, Albion has long been known for its teaching and the bonds students form with faculty and staff. These connections regularly lead to impactful experiential learning and networking opportunities on and off campus, often through the College’s well-established institutes and centers that focus on public policy and service, business, medicine and health. , sustainability and the environment, and teacher development.

Money’s Best Colleges 2022 list also ranks Albion 32nd among all colleges and universities in the Great Lakes states of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Additionally, Money has included Albion in its top quartile of America’s top colleges and universities that admit at least 20% of applicants.

“As they navigate their search for college, prospective students and their families continually discover the value of an Albion education,” says Jamie Krueger, Vice President of Enrollment Management. “They gain insight into this value through conversations with their guide and other students during a campus visit. This involves a phone call with a teacher, a coach or a member of our admissions team. They hear or read success stories about our alumni.

“From enrollment to graduation, our students know that Albion’s combination of personal opportunity, value, care and support is one that few other schools can match,” says Krueger.

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