SPS Visit – Albright College

Visit the School of Professional Studies

Find out if Albright’s School of Professional Studies is right for you with a visit to the Berks County campus. Immerse yourself in our diverse student body, see where you’ll study, and learn about our resources. You’ll also have time to talk with our staff and get answers to your questions.

Schedule the visit that’s right for you by choosing the time and place. From an on-campus tour over the weekend or a 30-minute guided virtual tour over lunch, we’re happy to show you around.


The Value of a Visit


Seeing is believing. A visit to Albright College will open your eyes to the vast number of resources and personal support that we offer our students in the School of Professional Studies. We can’t wait to show you what makes Albright College, as Berks County’s anchor institution, the choice for so many adult learners.

  • See our state-of-the-art learning center.
  • Visit our writing lab.
  • Learn about our career placement services.
  • Talk with our tutors and academic coaches.
  • See the amenities we offer, including a fitness center.
Adult learner in learning center at albright college in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Virtual Events for Enrolled SPS Students

We offer a wide range of virtual events, many of which are geared specifically toward those enrolled in an SPS program. From informational presentations to virtual panels, we invite you to explore upcoming events and join us for those that interest you.


Adult learner on laptop atalbright college in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I go upon arrival at Albright College?
The School of Professional Studies is located in Roessner Hall located at 1940 N. 13th St. in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Where should I park?
Free parking is available behind Roessner Hall.

What should I bring?
Bring any official academic records needed for your application. And bring a lot of questions. Masks are also required at this time.

Who will I meet during my visit?
You will meet with your admission counselor as well as your future academic coach. They will be happy to answer all your questions regarding your application, your courses, and the resources available.