Guidance and College Counselors
As guidance and college counselors, you are among our prospective students’ most trusted and important advisers. We want to make sure you have as complete a picture of Albright as possible. If the information on this page needs further explanation, please don’t hesitate to contact us:
Albright College Admission Office
13th and Bern Streets
PO Box 15234
Reading, PA 19612
Phone: 800-252-1856 / 610-921-7512
Albright’s most recent freshman class is a diverse collection of learners and a welcome addition to our tight-knit residential community. Click here to learn more about them.
Locate your Admission counselor
To find out which Albright Admission counselor is responsible for traveling to and reading applications from your area, please click here.
Applying to Albright
- Online application
- Common Application
- Concurrent Enrollment Program (For students taking college courses during high school)
- Albright requires transcripts from all high schools attended.
- Prospective students may choose to submit SAT scores or ACT scores, or conduct an on-campus interview. Students who apply test-optional by completing an interview are evaluated in the same way that those who submit test scores are.
We encourage the submission of the following:
Fee waiver policy
Albright grants application fee waivers to applicants whose guidance counselors complete an Application Fee Waiver Form. The College also waives the application fee for any applicant who applies online or comes for an official Admission visit.
The Admission Office encourages and welcomes guidance counselors and high school officials to visit campus. Counselors are encouraged to take a campus tour, meet with an Admission representative, sit in on a class, meet with current Albright students, and have lunch on campus.
Note that Albright is also a part of the Pennsylvania Liberal Arts College Tour for College Counseling Professionals.
Albright’s Disability Services provides reasonable academic accommodations for students with functional impairments. Students interested in requesting accommodations should contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-929-6639. In addition, students can learn more about the accommodation process at http://www.albright.edu/disabilityservices/index.html
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