I have had an awful experience with Albion College. I was hit in the face by a fellow (male) student who was also on the football team and it took 2 months for the school to handle it. After that happened, I went through sorority recruitment only to be exiled because they did not like drama between the houses and apparently me getting hit by a man is drama that they did not want. Then I had a death in my family and the school expected me to drop all of my schoolwork and move to another room in my dorm or pay another $1000. This school only takes your money and does not help you through anything.
“Teaching staff is great for the most part.AverageMath
Teaching staff is great for the most part. They are helpful as long as you ask for help (most students complain but bring it upon themselves for not asking for help at all which gets annoying to other students after a while). It is rather shocking to see the very poor math skills demonstrated by many of the engineering students here who aspire to go to Michigan or Columbia (*face to palm). The Wifi here is extremely annoying in the sense that devices will claim to have a great connection but will not in reality. Albion's "improvements" to this issue did absolutely nothing. I suppose other schools have the same issues as Albion although one would still expect more out of an education that costs $49,500 per year.A bit of advice to Albion, you have more to fix than just the roads.
Just like any school, it has both good and bad items. The good thing is they are updating the campus, which is a shame because it happened just after I graduated. The teachers do help you a lot if you are able to get to them. Most teachers are available but some are hardly there. The extracurricular activities are plentiful, whether you want to be part of the Greek life, sports, volunteering, etc. The town is very small but has a lot of unique places.