You might want to just skip ahead to the Greek life section on this one. Nightlife outside of frats doesn't really exist on campus due to how small the town of Albion is. There are three bars that students will go to occasionally, but drinking among friends at house parties and in dorm rooms or apartments is usually safer and more fun than walking or driving downtown.
Monday night is known as "senior bar night," so once you're old enough, joining friends for a night at the bar can be fun. None of the bars in Albion allow anyone under 21 in after around 10 p.m., so you can try, but few succeed. Wednesday is also a big party night at Albion. The faculty normally has their department meetings on Thursday mornings, so early classes are rare, which makes more time for partying the night before. Most of the time, if students want to really party, they will go to another college campus or a club in Lansing or Ann Arbor, both about 45 minutes away. Because of this trend, Albion is referred to as a "suitcase college" by those who believe no one can bear to stick around on the weekends. However, in recent years, Union Board has really made an effort to host events for students on the weekends. And there are always the frat parties.