The class of 2023 on the steps of Kresge Gymnasium.

Purple & Bold

Our campaign will make certain that Albion College is prepared to conquer the challenges that tomorrow might bring, and poised to pursue its opportunities.

Join us as we unite our passions and show the world just how powerful a small but infinitely determined liberal arts college can truly be.

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Here we stand. At the nexus of need and know-how. With a shared vision for creating an Albion College that is more vital and more capable than ever before. Be a part of this unprecedented journey.

Total Raised
$100M $100M
Number of Donors
13,257 13257
Number of Gifts
41,971 41971

Campaign Priorities

Purple & Bold features a diverse set of initiatives that will touch the lives of everyone who has called Albion College home.

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Our Stories

Instant Impact

A $1 million scholarship gift from Murray and Jean Swindell, ’56 ’58, is supporting bright students with financial need as it aims to enhance Albion’s recognition as a national leader among liberal arts colleges.

The Importance of Legacy

As Bonciel Griffin-Burress, ’97, grows her dental practice, the Chicago alumna honors her parents through an Albion scholarship.

Scaling Up in Support of Albion

Already long known for giving, the family of Pat Sanford Brown, ’53, honors an amazing life with a new endowed scholarship for music students.

An International Stage

Tunnicliff Fellow Isabel Allaway, ’20, writes about her study-abroad semester: “I chose to go to South Africa in part because I didn’t want to go somewhere ‘easy.’”

Our Community

The Albion experience was one of the defining experiences of my life. It helped me mature as an individual and as a thinker.

Bob Flaherty, ’71

The faculty at Albion took the time to get to know me. Always grateful, always a Brit.

Katelyn Nolan, ’17


“To have a music building, and a special place that they can call their home, should make for a much more interesting adventure to a lot of young people.”

Marilyn Young Vitek, ’56

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