Academic Services Links

Many or all of these links may be useful to you as you prepare for the fall. If you have any questions, please contact the department or office that pertains to your question. If you cannot determine who to contact, the Admission Office is happy to redirect you to the best person on campus to address your concerns.

  • Areas of Study – All of Albright’s concentrations (majors), co-concentrations (combined and double majors), and programs (minors) can be found here, including all of their requirements and course descriptions.

  • General Education Requirements – Albright’s graduation requirements include a broad curriculum in many different fields, but remain flexible within those fields. See what you will need to do in four years here.

  • Academic Support – The Academic Learning Center organizes the Albright tutoring program and the Writing Center, runs study skills workshops, offers academic coaching.

  • Disability Services  –  To be eligible for reasonable accommodations, students are required to self-identify and provide documentation of their disability, symptoms or condition. For further information about requesting services, students should contact the Director, Yuriko Beaman, at ybeaman@albright.edu or 610-929-6639

  • Experiential Learning and Career Development Center – Also known as the Geiser House (the name of the building where these offices are housed) this office will be a friend for the rest of your life. The Geiser House handles all internship services, study abroad, service learning, undergraduate research, and career services.

  • Alpha Program – Albright’s Alpha Program is specifically designed for undecided students. The Alpha Program not only helps you get to your eventual concentration (or concentrations), but also helps you gain the most from your liberal arts curriculum.

  • Academic Advising – You will always have at least one faculty advisor. Learn more about how advising works from before the start of classes through graduation.

  • Center for the Arts – Albright recently garnered national recognition for its commitment to the arts. All of the information you need on shows in the Freedman Gallery, performances in the Wachovia Theatre and recitals in Roop Hall or Memorial Chapel can be found here.

  • Student Activities – While not strictly academic, extracurriculuar activities serve as an integral part of student growth at Albright. The many offices that affect your life on campus can be found from here, from the Multifaith Center to Dining Services to clubs and organizations.

  • Registrar’s Office – The Registrar handles all course offerings and course selection. You will receive information about scheduling classes over the summer and will have the opportunity to meet an advisor prior to scheduling classes in July.

  • About Albright College – You or your family may like to know exactly how our core goals and values affect our students. Our mission statement, vision, values and a brief history can be found here.

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