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IV. Campus Services and Resources Ferguson Student, Technology, and Administrative Services Building

an Information Desk to answer questions about the campus and surrounding community, a public fax, TTY, and an automated teller machine. All reservations for non-academic meetings and events are made through the Kellogg Center Information Desk. For more information about the Kellogg Center, call ext. 0000. See Chapter IV, Appendixes A and B for information concerning reservations for non-academic meetings and events and for Kellogg Center policies.

Most of the College’s administrative offices are located in the Ferguson Building, including the President’s Office, Academic Affairs (provost, associate provost, registrar, career development), Student Affairs (vice president, College chaplain, intercultural affairs, residential life), Finance and Management (vice president, accounting, internal auditing, payroll), Financial Aid, Information Technology (including a 24-hour computer lab), and Institutional Advancement (alumni engagement, communications, development). The staff members in these offices can answer many questions, respond to concerns and needs, and direct students to other campus resources.

Albion 1Card Students are issued an official Albion College 1Card when they arrive on campus, and it must be validated each semester. The Albion 1Card is a multiapplication identification card that is the official identification card issued to all students and members of the College community. Students use their Albion 1Card for identification, dining hall access, residence hall access, library privileges, Dow Center access, and entrance to campus events. In addition, students can use their Albion 1Card to make cashless purchases at on-campus locations such as the bookstore, dining locations, laundry facilities, vending machines, and selected off-campus businesses. Holes should not be punched in Albion 1Cards. 1Cards presented with holes punched in them will be confiscated and destroyed. The owner of the Albion 1Card will be responsible for replacement at a cost of $30.00. Albion 1Cards are not transferable, and a student must maintain sole possession of his/her 1Card. If any person presents an Albion 1Card that does not belong to that person, the card will be confiscated. The owner of the Albion 1Card may have to repurchase that Albion 1Card for $5.00. A second offense will result in a replacement cost of $30.00. In addition, College disciplinary action may

Kellogg Center A hub of campus activity, the Kellogg Center provides entertainment and meeting space, and helps meet the needs of the entire campus community. The five-level, 50,000 sq.ft. facility incorporates historic Dickie Hall and is named in honor of Kellogg Company of Battle Creek. Located within the Kellogg Center are the Albion College Bookstore, operated by Barnes & Noble, the Campus Post Office, the Information Desk, the Eat Shop (snack bar), as well as lounge areas that feature wood-burning fireplaces. Students have access to the Kellogg Center seven days a week for latenight meetings, work sessions, or just hanging out. Concerts, speakers, parties, tournaments, and many more activities keep the building busy throughout the entire week. Numerous student organizations are housed within the Kellogg Center as well. Services include


Albion College Student Handbook 2013-14  
Albion College Student Handbook 2013-14  

The purpose of the Albion College Student Handbook is twofold. It informs students of opportunities for involvement—with people, special pro...