A Community that Cultivates Confidence
Education is a lifelong journey. Wherever you are in that journey, Baker University has a place for you. Whether you're a high school graduate venturing out on your own for the first time or an adult with a full-time job and family, you'll benefit from the strong sense of community that defines all of the Baker campuses.
Baldwin City Campus for Undergraduates
The word on our Baldwin City undergraduate campus is growth—both personal and academic. Residence hall and Greek life, campus activities, collegiate athletics and service learning give you countless opportunities for exploration and participation. From your first year on campus, you'll learn more about yourself, the world and your place in it and truly live college life.
School of Nursing at Stormont-Vail HealthCare in Topeka
Campus organizations, activities and a shared purpose create a strong student community at the School of Nursing. You'll enjoy a variety of activities and organizations: some focused purely on fun and relaxation, others focused on the nursing profession, and all offering a chance to strengthen friendships.
Graduate & Working Adult Campuses
Baker's convenient and flexible programs for working adults allow you to gain an edge in the workplace while maintaining your professional and personal commitments. Classes are usually scheduled one night a week or on Saturdays. Small classes and even smaller study groups mean you’ll connect with your fellow students and our supportive faculty and staff.