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Albion Mourns the Passing of Frank Bonta, ’49, Dean of Admissions, Emeritus

Frank Bonta, '49, in 1982 during his time as Albion College's dean of admissions.
From 1951 to 1995, Frank Bonta represented the College to prospective students and their families. "It's hard to put into words what Albion College meant to Frank," said Chuck Frayer, '77, about his father-in-law, who died May 20 after a long illness at the age of 92. "Although Frank had a long, distinguished career at Albion, the College was always more than a place to work. The relationships he formed at Albion continued beyond his retirement and remained at the center of his life."

For Newest Admission Member in India, Talk of Current Events and Future Plans

Betsy Morley, director of international recruitment, Albion College
Betsy Morley, director of international recruitment in the Albion College Admission Office, had been out of the country on assignment for all of one day when news arrived that she knew would make her job a little more challenging.

Albion Makes Impression in Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education Ranking


Albion College’s national reputation continues to shine with a strong placement earlier this month on The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings. On their list of the country’s best liberal arts colleges, Albion was ranked No. 65.

Albion Recognized in Latest College Rankings

A view from the Kellogg Center, Albion CollegeAnnual college guides geared toward prospective students and their families continue to recognize the Albion experience. Washington Monthly counted Albion College as among the top 100 national liberal arts institutions—No. 92, to be exact—that contribute to the public good in what the magazine describes as "three broad categories: Social Mobility (recruiting and graduating low-income students), Research (producing cutting-edge scholarship and PhDs), and Service (encouraging students to give something back to their country)."

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