Campus Life

Where you study is at least as important as what you study, right? Because only a portion of your education will take place in the classroom. The rest will happen in your dorm, at the caf, in the gym … even in an Adirondack chair.

For example …

  • At Albright you’ll find yourself part of a tight-knit community of students and scholars, living and learning on 118 tree-lined acres in Reading’s residential College Heights neighborhood.
  • You’ll live in a residence hall with cable, air conditioning and a wifi connection; with RAs and staff who provide a safe, supportive and inclusive environment; and with access to purposeful programs and services that complement your educational experience.
  • You’ll interact with a diverse student body (one-half of Albright students identify as non-white). Albright graduates reference those relationships as benefitting them academically and socially.
  • You’ll get involved in student groups ranging from student government to Greek life, from artistic organizations to media outlets, from honor societies to diversity clubs, and more.
  • You’ll participate in a wide variety of athletics at Albright.
  • You’ll play and cheer for 23 Albright Lions teams, among the most at NCAA Division III schools.
  • You’ll stay fit and healthy at the Schumo Center, compete with your classmates on club and intramural teams, and find resources to live a life of wellness.
  • You’ll fuel up and hang out in our recently renovated Dining Hall, our casual grill and our healthy cafe, and at the campus coffee shop.
  • You’ll get tossed in a pond on your birthday and play volleyball in calf-deep mud. (And like it. Trust us.)
  • Here’s a handy list of 101 things to do before you graduate from Albright College!