Albright College


Albright College

Albright College


As a national liberal arts college, Albright College offers 50 programs of undergraduate study ranging from accounting to theatre. About two-thirds of Albright students graduate with a dual or triple major.


Albright’s faculty-scholars love to teach and it shows. They put a lot of energy into the classroom to help students succeed. Albright keeps class and lab sizes small so that students have ample opportunity to participate. Learning outside of the traditional classroom is a major focus and important benefit of an Albright education. Through the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center, students will have access to career-building internships, research and creative opportunities, and study abroad or off-campus.

The Basics

Setting Residential neighborhood of Reading.
School Type USA University
Tuition US$34,000 – $35,000
Housing School Dorm
School Website
State Pennsylvania
Nearest City Philadelphia
Year Founded 1856
Admission Requirement HK F.6
Academic Calendar Fall, Spring
Level Offered Undergraduate, graduate and professional programs
Enrollment Approximately 2,300
International Students 4%
Student-Teacher Ratio 13:1

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Students Transfer Records (for CC)

University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, University of Southern California, Purdue University, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, Indiana University


Academic Programs

Undergraduate program: The course unit system is the method for determining progress. Under this system, each course (unless otherwise indicated) is equal to one course unit credit.



The Schumo Center for Fitness and Well-Being features a cardiovascular fitness room; a weight room; a group fitness room; a wellness classroom; conference space; offices; locker rooms; an atrium; and a café featuring healthy snacks.


Students Life

At Albright, the focus is on the overall education and development of the individual. Our wide range of programs, events and organizational memberships are designed to encourage cultural awareness, intellectual stimulation, and social commitment, and empower individuals to pursue positions of responsibility within their communities.