Our passion for advancing humanity through science and medicine is unwavering. It's an enthusiasm that extends through every club, class, lab, and local volunteer project. And it's what binds us - as peers, neighbors, and future colleagues.
This community setting is enhanced by a broad range of activities to help balance life inside and outside of the classroom. Play sports, join one of more than two dozen clubs and organizations, or stop by our dining hall for a treat.
Step off the campus and head down to Lark Street, home to an eclectic mix of food and fashion. Walk a little further, and you can see a show at the Times Union Center or Palace Theater. It's all waiting for you!
- RESIDENCE LIFE
- CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
- STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
- RECREATION & FITNESS
From your first day on campus until the day you graduate, we offer a variety of resources to help ensure your experience at ACPHS is the best it can be - both inside and outside the classroom.
Included in the region's population are more than 50,000 college students, who provide the area with additional energy and vibrancy.
Based on the Albany Campus, OSEL provides programs and services ranging from a First Year Leadership Seminar to overseeing the Student Government Association to organizing the Albany Campus’ annual Community Service Day.
Students with all levels of leadership experience are encouraged to participate in these events.
ACPHS offers a variety of programs and services to help ensure each student’s physical and mental well being.
In the event of an emergency, public safety can be reached at 518-244-3177, or you may dial local safety and support services as appropriate.
A number of people in our community have contacted us with information about exposure or symptoms related to coronavirus (COVID-19). In order to streamline the reporting process and protect individual privacy, we have set up a confidential reporting system to collect data into a secure database.
Please fill out this form if you:
1) Have been exposed to a person with COVID-19
2) Have symptoms that might be COVID-19
3) Are being tested for COVID-19
4) Have been diagnosed with COVID-19