Undergraduate Requirements & Procedures

Baker College commits to providing accessible higher education. The college admits individuals who have demonstrated the initiative and academic ability necessary to be successful within higher education. 

Admission Policy Statement

Baker College is committed to providing accessible higher education, which means the following:

  1. All students are accepted who have earned a high school diploma or its equivalent, such as a General Education Development (GED) certificate, along with minimum assessment verification from one or more of the following: high school transcripts, ACT scores, SAT scores, FASTRACK, waiver tests, or completed credit in math or English from another institution. High school certificates of completion are not equivalent to a high school diploma.
  2. Baker College admits students without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, or other protected characteristics.
  3. Baker College provides students with support systems to allow them opportunities for access. Disability services is one of many programs provided through the academic advising department to support those with disabilities. Students must provide the College with supporting documentation in order to participate in disability services.
  4. Baker College does not require either the ACT or SAT test as a condition of admission; however, the scores are used as one of the criteria to determine minimum assessment verification. If a student chooses to take either or both tests, we encourage him/her to request the test results be sent to the Baker College Enrollment Center. NOTE: ACT and SAT test scores are valid for two years after date of graduation.
    To learn more about sending your official ACT test score to Baker College, please visit the ACT Website.
    To learn more about sending your official SAT test score to Baker College, please visit CollegeBoard's SAT Website.
  5. International and other students whose primary language is not English are strongly encouraged to demonstrate competency in the English language by submitting official documentation such as the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score.
  6.  Baker College reserves the right to deny admission to any potential student who may be disruptive to the educational environment of the College.
  7.  Any student found to have falsified information on an admissions document or to have given false information to the Enrollment Center will be denied admission to the College or expelled if already in attendance.

To Apply: 

  • Complete an online application
  • An official copy of the prospective student's official high school transcript, ACT, SAT or GED scores will be required prior to official acceptance to the institution.  Transfer students please refer to the process for taking advantage of our free evaluation of all college transcripts.
  • All supporting documents can be submitted to Baker College electronically or via postal mail. Any official transcript or score report must be provided by the issuing institution either in a sealed, unopened envelope or via an approved secure electronic delivery method. If a "send-to" e-mail address is required, please use [email protected].
    When sending supporting documents via postal mail, please use the following address:
    Baker College Enrollment Center
    1116 West Bristol Road
    Flint, Michigan 48507
    All applicants are encouraged to submit any supporting documents electronically whenever possible.
  • Submit the $30 Application Fee
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