About Auburn Hills
The perfect place to prepare for your career.
The Auburn Hills campus is uniquely structured to meet a wide range of a diverse community’s needs. Throughout this 17-acre campus you’ll find 65 classrooms—including nearly 20 added in just the last two years. In addition, there are over a dozen computer and medical labs, along with other specialized facilities for everything from auto service to interior design and dental hygiene. And all are equipped with the latest wireless and multi-media capabilities.
Located in Oakland County, Baker College of Auburn Hills is in the epicenter of Automation Alley, one of the country's flourishing economic and business centers. Oakland County boasts the second highest per capita income in the nation and is home to some of the fastest growing companies in the world. Oakland County is home to one-third of Michigan's research and development firms, and one-third of all U.S. automobile production takes place within 70 miles. The area is surrounded by 88,000 acres of wooded parkland with over 450 lakes nearby.
Within a half mile of the I-75 and University Drive interchange, the campus occupies a 17-acre site in the fastest growing city in southeast Michigan. The latest addition to the campus was completed in 2006. There are 65 classrooms in all, including nine computer labs, and several special purpose rooms.
The Auburn Hills campus offers a full array of both associate's and bachelor's degree programs. Specialty programs include Echocardiographic Technology, Internet/LAN Security, Interior Design, Teacher Preparation, Dental Hygiene, Automotive Service Technology, Licensed Practical Nurse, Respiratory Care, and the Accelerated Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
To view what extracurricular activities and program related clubs and organizations that the Auburn Hills campus has to offer, please see Student Organizations.