Four schools comprise Baker University: College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Nursing, School of Professional and Graduate Studies.
For over 150 years students at the first university in Kansas have fully engaged in learning; connected with peers, faculty and staff and developed lifelong relationships.
Baker: a community where excellence lives and students thrive.
We challenge all students to think critically using open inquiry and freedom of expression.
We promote a community of belonging and Baker family connections, which result in lifelong associations.
Baker is a private, liberal arts university that educates students through small classes, innovative instructors and rigorous coursework.
Alumni include four Rhodes Scholars, a Pulitzer Prize winner, entrepreneurs, educators, nurses, writers, artists, doctors, explorers and trendsetters who have shaped our world.
Exceptions to Copyright
Section 107 of the copyright law recognizes that there are times when it is reasonable and legal to copy and distribute without permission. The four determining factors below are taken directly from the text of section 107 and they underlie the Checklist for Fair Use developed by Kenneth Crews.
There are two major exceptions that the Baker Library and the Archives take advantage of.
Section 121 of the copyright law provides for the reproduction of certain materials into specialized formats for persons with disabilities that make it difficult for them to use those materials in the original formats.
Other limitations to the copyright law are spelled out within the law in sections relating to certain performances, secondary transmissions, ephemeral recordings, computer programs and satellite carriers.