Institutional Advancement

Albion College Announces Six 2021 Alumni Award Recipients

Albion College Alumni Awards

Albion College Alumni Awards
From nonprofit organizations in Southern California to a world-class research team in Maryland, Albion College’s 2021 Distinguished and Young Alumni Award winners span the country as they work to make the world a better place. These six awardees will be recognized during the 2021 Homecoming celebration, October 22-23.

Giving Tuesday 2020 Sees Record Number of Albion Gifts, Donors

The Albion College Observatory

The Albion College Observatory
In a year full of strife and uncertainty, Caryn Ryan, ’79, wanted to do her part to make sure the year also ended with hope. “Healing is a really big thing and this giving was a function of that,” said Ryan, whose matching gift of $20.20 to Albion College's Student Assistance Fund came on a day that saw an Albion College Giving Tuesday-record 386 gifts from 343 donors.

Albion College Celebrates Early Close of Successful $100 Million Campaign

Stockwell Library, Albion College

Stockwell Library, Albion College
Nearly 42,000 gifts and pledges totaling more than $101 million across four key priorities lead to the campaign’s conclusion 18 months ahead of schedule. The success underscores the interconnected impact experienced every day by Albion students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends, and boldly sets up the College for an engaged, purpose-driven future. 

Albion College Receives $7.5 Million Bequest From Former Student Robert Richmond

Robinson Hall (as seen from Hannah Street), Albion College

Robinson Hall (as seen from Hannah Street), Albion College
Robert Richmond began his higher education at Albion more than a half-century ago, and those two years in the south center of Michigan left an impact on him that continued his entire life. Although he didn’t receive a degree from Albion, he has left a remarkable legacy on the institution through a bequest that amounts to one of the largest gifts in the College’s history.

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