Small class sizes make it easy to make friends and find study groups. Plus, our student housing options keep you close to helpful resources on campus.
Even if you have a busy schedule, our flexible hours and convenient online learning options make it easy to achieve your goals.
When you transfer to Baker College, we’ll make sure you get maximum credit for the coursework you’ve already completed.
We have a wide variety of master's and doctoral programs that can help you build the knowledge and skills you need to take your career to the next level.
Whether you’re on active duty or making the transition to civilian life, we can help you get a top-quality education at a price you can afford.
We’re proud to have a diverse and inclusive campus where students from all over the world can come and join the BakerProud community.
A $30 nonrefundable application fee is required for most students. If you are transferring, you are eligible to apply without cost.
After you submit your application, you’ll also need to send us a copy of your transcripts or GED. While we prefer transcripts to be sent electronically, we also accept official documents via postal mail.
Students who have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent, such as a General Education Development (GED) certificate, are eligible to apply.
As a test-optional college, we don’t require SAT or ACT scores for admissions. Additionally, we know COVID-19 has impacted students in a variety of ways. Baker College uses a comprehensive application review, meaning we look at you as a whole person with more to offer than a grade point average.
You’ve got big dreams for your future, and we’re here to help you bring them to life. That’s why we offer a wide variety of scholarships and financial aid opportunities.
From merit-based awards to special scholarships for students in our direct-admission programs, you’ll find no shortage of ways to make your academic journey as affordable as possible.
Baker College’s low tuition is the result of our priorities. As a not-for-profit, our number one goal is to make sure there is no stopping you from a good education. Instead of turning over profits to shareholders, we invest in industry-standard equipment for our classrooms and labs; in a quality faculty and sophisticated teaching technology; and in free tutoring and lifetime career services.
Students who plan to attend Baker College full time in Cadillac, Muskegon, Owosso, or Port Huron have the option to live in BC housing. Our affordable housing options are spacious and modern, and include residence hall suites, apartments, and townhouses.
We know there’s more to college than homework and exams. That’s why we have more than 24 student clubs and organizations to get you involved in the community. There are plenty of clubs, including the Honor Society, Yoga/Fitness Club, and the Student Life Leadership Council, just to name a few.
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