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October 2009 Archive

Baker College of Fremont Announces 30 Percent Fall Enrollment Increase

October 30, 2009

Baker College of Fremont, a satellite campus of Baker College of Muskegon, today announced a 30 percent increase in student enrollment for fall quarter 2009 over fall quarter 2008. A total of 485 students are attending Baker’s Fremont campus this fall. Attendance has been growing steadily since the satellite campus was opened in 1995, but this is the largest one-year gain yet, bringing enrollment to nearly double 2003 levels. More»

Baker College of Jackson Breaks Ground for New Welcome Center

October 30, 2009

Baker College of Jackson officials recently broke ground for its new Welcome Center. The 25,000 square foot facility will house new admissions offices, the learning center and eight additional classrooms. More»

Baker College Launches HireQualified™ Initiative

October 21, 2009

Baker College officials have announced HireQualified™, a free service to assist employers in identifying qualified job candidates. The program offers employers full support throughout the recruiting process and covers full-time, part-time and intern positions. The Web site HireQualified.com is the centerpiece of the initiative. More»

Baker College of Clinton Township Hosts Blood Drive on Campus

October 14, 2009

Baker College of Clinton Township will host a blood drive on Monday, October 26, from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m., 34950 Little Mack, Clinton Township. More»

Baker College of Allen Park Career Services Director Re-Elected to MiACE Board

October 12, 2009

Yvonne Langley, director of career services at Baker College of Allen Park, has been re-elected to the board of the Michigan Association of Colleges and Employers (MiACE). More»

Baker College of Flint Appoints New Regent

October 12, 2009

Baker College officials have announced the appointment of Mark R. Taylor to a 3-year term on the Flint campus board of regents. He is currently the president and chief executive officer of Genesys Health System, a leading health care provider in mid-Michigan. Headquartered in Grand Blanc, Genesys Health System has clinical locations in five Michigan counties. More»

Baker College of Auburn Hills Offers New LPN to ADN Ladder Associate Degree Program

October 12, 2009

Baker College of Auburn Hills is offering a new nursing program that is specifically designed for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) who are interested in becoming Registered Nurses (RNs). Graduates of the new Nursing - LPN to ADN Ladder program earn an associate degree in nursing (ADN). Upon graduation, they are eligible to take the licensure examination to become Registered Nurses. The Michigan Board of Nursing recently approved the program at Baker’s Auburn Hills campus. More»

Port Huron Campus Adds New IT Support Specialist Associate Degree Program

October 12, 2009

Baker College of Port Huron has added an information technology support specialist (ITSS) associate degree program to its roster. Students interested in pursuing this new program may enroll now for winter 2010 quarter. More»

Baker College of Cadillac Receives $90,000 Jewell Education Fund Grant

October 08, 2009

Baker College of Cadillac has received a $90,000 Major Impact Grant from the Jewell Education Fund (JEF). The annual grant is awarded for projects that will significantly improve the quality of education on a Baker College campus. More»

Baker College of Flint Veterinary Technician Grads Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate

October 08, 2009

Baker College of Flint officials report that 100 percent of its 2009 veterinary technician graduates have passed the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) and the state licensing exam issued by the state of Michigan. A total of 18 graduates took the exams and passed on the first attempt. The 2009 national average pass rate on the first effort is 74 percent and the corresponding state pass rate is 83 percent on the first attempt. More»

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