Mission: The mission of Baker College is to provide quality higher education and training which enable graduates to be successful throughout challenging and rewarding careers.
Getting an education can change your life, but it shouldn’t have to mean putting your life on hold. At Baker College, our goal is to provide you with a high-quality education that will help you get out there and start making meaningful progress in your career from day one.
Baker College has been around for over a century, so we know how to change with the times. We only offer programs for career fields showing high rates of growth. Our programs are shaped by industry leaders, ensuring that our students enter the workforce with the skills and education today’s employers want.
We also understand that earning a degree is just one of the many demands in your life. Whether you can commit to being a full-time student at one of our many Michigan campuses or you need the option to take classes online, Baker offers flexible scheduling so you can get a great education on your own terms.
While we are Michigan’s largest independent, not-for-profit college, you won’t feel lost in the crowd. Each of our campuses has a very personal and friendly atmosphere and we’re dedicated to keeping class sizes down so that every student gets the individual attention they need.
Ready to change your life for the better? We can help you be proud, be!
Quality Academic Programs: Baker College offers quality academic programs focused on student outcomes and driven by expert faculty utilizing holistic program assessment, research-based pedagogy, and multiple delivery modalities, which lead to employment and career advancements for graduates.
Disciplined Fiscal Management: Baker College upholds a strong emphasis on prudent and ethical fiscal stewardship ensuring institutional sustainability through commitment to sound business practices as a private, not-for-profit postsecondary institution.
Adapt and Change: Baker College adapts to environmental conditions by implementing deliberate strategic initiatives aimed at mitigating these forces.
Continuous Improvement: Baker College engages in ongoing efforts to improve all aspects of the Institution including programs, practices, processes, student outcomes, and services.
Accessible: Baker College commits to providing accessible higher education. The College admits individuals who demonstrate initiative and have the academic ability necessary to be successful within higher education.
Service Excellence: Baker College supports a student-centric service model providing student services that are prompt, practical, and reliable in an inviting and professional environment.
Strong Image: Baker College aspires to gain wide recognition for the strength and quality of its graduates, curriculum, faculty, staff and facilities.
Accountable for Mission, Values, and Public Trust: Baker College accepts full accountability for its mission and takes responsibility for the trust and faith placed in the institution by its internal and external stakeholders.
High Work Ethic: Baker College employs individuals who demonstrate professionalism, commitment, dedication, integrity, and high standards of personal accountability.
Team Oriented: Baker College recognizes employees are its most valuable resource and fosters a spirit of open communication and teamwork that embraces mutual respect, integrity, trust, and professionalism.
Community-Based: Baker College commits to being an exceptional corporate citizen by supporting the communities surrounding each campus and building lasting relationships in all of its service areas.
Baker College is committed to helping those who are dedicated to creating a better future for themselves and the world around them. We’re looking for faculty and other campus employees who share a similar vision for their own lives. As a Baker employee, you’ll be making a difference every single day by helping the next generation of professionals prepare for great careers. Together, we can make great things happen.
I worked at Baker College full-time (More than 3 years)
Student focused, competitive salary, room for growth. Corporation puts excessive money back into the college. College offers excellent methodology resources for the staff.
Poorly managed behind the educators. Educators are micro managed. Curriculum must be duplicated amongst campuses. It appears that the company spends excessive amount of money building clinics, construction, wall paper, when the money could go towards students.
Advice to Management
Excessive money is put into construction, re-wallpapering every quarter - possibly rethink the non for profit model as it clearly doesn't work for the longevity of expensive programs. Cannot compete with community colleges.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Baker College.
A total of 3 interviews are done. Screening, panel, and third interview. I waited a very long time in the lobby before being interviewed. I met a current advisor for the initial screening. Questions were based on a sales position. During the panel interview, I was asked me "sell a pen." Entire process was quite intimidating.
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