President Bart Diag hands a graduation scroll to a graduate.
The latest U.S. News & World Report 2022 Best Colleges rankings has highlighted Baker Colleegs’ success in advancing social mobility. Baker College tied for 12th among the Regional Universities Midwest category.
Top Performers on Social Mobility status is given to schools that focus on economically disadvantaged students and best serve underrepresented students. This measurement assesses how well schools graduate students who receive federal Pell Grants. According to the methodology, students receiving these grants commonly come from households with family revenues of less than $50,000 annually.
One of Baker College’s founding principles is to provide accessible higher education to individuals who demonstrate initiative and the academic ability to be successful within higher education. As a regionally accredited, private, non-profit institution offering associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, it’s proud to be one of the most affordable four-year institutions in the state, offering millions in scholarships for students each year. Emphasizing accessibility, Baker College also offers a variety of 100% and hybrid online programs in health science, business, information technology, education, social science, and graduate studies.
About Baker College
Founded in 1911, Baker College is one of Michigan’s largest, private non-profit colleges and the top private transfer school in the state. Baker College has multiple on-ground campus locations and two affiliate sites across the state, as well as an online global campus offering more than 40 academic program options for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Learn more at www.baker.edu or follow Baker College on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.