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Baker: a community where excellence lives, students thrive and lifelong connections begin.
Students study under the arbor. At Baker, you will quickly become part of a community and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
Students participate in Mungano's annual candlelight vigil. With more than 75 student activities and organizations from which to choose, you'll have no trouble finding your niche.
Baker's residential campus is a tight-knit community where most students live in a residence hall, on-campus apartment or a Greek chapter house.
All full-time (12+ hours) Baker University students on the Baldwin City campus are required to live in university-sponsored housing. Please provide as much detailed information possible so we can make the best assignments for all involved. While we do our best to honor each request, you may or may not receive your first choice of housing. Housing placements are based on new-student deposit dates and returning student deadlines.
The housing process for incoming students will begin after commencement in late May, with housing assignment emails being sent around the 4th of July holiday. Please contact the Office of Residence Life if you have not received your housing assignment email by July 15.
Meal plan and room costs may be found at www.bakerU.edu/cost
19-meal plan (19 meals/week + $25 in declining balance/semester)
14-meal plan (14 meals/week + $250 in declining balance/semester + 10 flex meals/semester)
12-meal plan (12 meals/week + $75 in declining balance/semester + 10 flex meals/semester)
The costs of living in the residence halls are listed high to low.
New Living Center single (1 per room / 4 per suite)
New Living Center double (2 per room / 2 or 4 per suite)
Irwin/Gessner single occupancy (1 per room)
Irwin/Gessner double occupancy (2 per room / 4 per suite)
Please be aware that you will not be housed in University housing until you have paid your $100 enrollment management deposit through the Office of Admissions.