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April 2010 Archive

Baker College Online Posts 3.5 Percent Winter Enrollment Increase

April 27, 2010

Baker College Online officials today announced a 3.5 percent increase in winter enrollment compared to the same period in 2009. A total of 5,241 undergraduate students attended online classes exclusively during winter quarter 2010. More»

Baker College of Jackson Hosts Spring Tea Fundraiser

April 14, 2010

Baker College of Jackson will host the ninth annual Spring Tea fundraiser on Saturday, April 24, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the student center, 2800 Springport Road. All proceeds from the event will benefit Project Access, a community partnership that provides coordinated health care to uninsured adults in Jackson County. More»

Baker College of Auburn Hills Invites Public to Participate in “Gift of Gratitude”

April 12, 2010

Several student, staff and faculty groups at Baker College of Auburn Hills have banded together to organize "Gift of Gratitude," a fundraiser to benefit U.S. soldiers. The event, which begins April 12 and runs through May 5, 2010, includes several opportunities for community involvement. Baker's goal is to collect enough donations and items to fill 200 boxes to send to servicemen and women on active duty. More»

Dr. Michael Heberling Elected to Council of College and Military Educators Board

April 12, 2010

Dr. Michael Heberling, president of Baker College Center for Graduate Studies, has been elected for a 2-year term to the board of the Council of College and Military Educators (CCME). As secretary elect, he is responsible for executive correspondence, quarterly newsletters, oversight of the CCME Web site, and recording meeting minutes. He will also help facilitate the mission of CCME, including the promotion and support of quality education programs delivered to service men and women, family members and retirees of the Department of Defense and the Coast Guard. More»

Baker College of Clinton Township Paralegal Program Granted ABA Approval

April 01, 2010

The paralegal associate degree program at Baker College of Clinton Township has been approved by the American Bar Association (ABA). More»

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