Your Success Is Our Priority
When you step onto the campus of Albright College, you’ll feel a certain kind of energy. It comes from our students who are passionate about what they do and committed to reaching their loftiest goals. Our faculty, our administration, and our fellow students are here to support them, guide them, and cheer them on. Every student has a success story to tell. What will be yours?
A Forbes Scholar. A Julia Award winner. See how Jazer has grown to become a dynamic religious leader poised to make positive changes in the communities he serves.
See how Whitney Jefferson’s three internships, trip abroad to London, and stellar academic record led her to graduate school at Carnegie Mellon University.
Learn how Jaquan’s research in pond-dwelling, single-celled eukaryotes, also known as Vorticella convallaria, could one day impact the public health of underprivileged communities.
Learn how a little bravery and self-confidence led Sarah to team up with our own president, Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, for interim- and summer-session research on protein classification.
“Any environmental work done is the result of collaboration. I learned a great deal about the value of communication and cooperation between and within groups.”
– Amanda Bunn | Environmental Science Major
Marine and Aquatic Science Minor
Fashion and Design
See how Paul Cieri found the perfect balance at Albright in a top-notch fashion program where he could pursue his career ambitions and a swim team where he could continue his athletic career.
See how Kaleb found a new home at Albright College eight hours away from his hometown. Learn how he blossomed academically and socially in our tight-knit community.
See why Shayla was named a Newman Civic Fellow for her leadership on campus and for her commitment to finding solutions for challenges facing communities.
Learn how Abigail used an Albright Creative Research Experience (ACRE) to explore creative writing and start a memoir about cancer.
“Studying abroad was never something I planned on doing because I was nervous to be far from home, but it helped me grow immensely.”
– Madeline Kentner | Biology and Religious Studies Major
Learn how this Newman Civic Fellow is finding new ways to address the issues of inequality and social justice on our campus and in our world.
Learn about Sarah’s intriguing research study, “Fantasy and Reality Distinction in Children and Adults,” and how it shaped her own career ambitions.
See More Success Stories
Here at Albright College, we have so many amazing student stories to share. Here are a few more that we think will interest you.
Lauren Huber, a historian at heart.
Abigail Ensslen, researching the Beat Generation
Carolyn Cortez, 80,000 years of family connections