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Annette Pierce

Annette Pierce

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 00:00

parMentorShopping

Adopt-a-Family Shopping Trip

parMentors shopped for Christmas gifts for local families.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 00:00

parMentor 2014

parMentors 2014-15

The student leadership organization recently met at the Collins House to honor the alumni and Board of Trustee members who serve as mentors throughout the year. See more photos.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 00:00

parMentor advisors

parMentor Adopt-a-Family Shopping Trip

Staff advisors, Doug Barth, left, and Amy Piersol, right, and Baker trustee and alumna Susanne Teel, center, shop for Christmas gifts for local families.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 00:00

Adopt a family shopping

Adopt-a-Family Shopping Night

parMentors shopped for Christmas gifts for local families.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 00:00

Honor Band Festival Registration

17th Annual High School Honor Band Festival

Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015 | Rice Auditorium

Festival Concert 7 p.m. | Rice Auditorium | Free Admissionbaker-band

Directors: Please complete the student section for each student you nominate and be sure student names are spelled correctly. If you have questions about the form, please contact Frank Perez, festival director and director of bands, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Nomination Deadline

Friday, Jan. 23, 2015

DIRECTOR INFORMATION

STUDENT INFORMATION

Please provide additional information about the nominee. For example, 1) Specify strengths of percussionists. 2) Indicated instrument doubles such as piccolo, English horn, etc. 3) Indicate whether a musician is capable of playing first part.

Ranking nominees: A student’s rank among your nominees is a major component of the selection process. Please rank each nominee from your school, independent of instrument.

Payment

After submitting the registration form, you will receive an email with your total fee and the mailing address for the check.

Checks should be made out to Baker University Bands and mailed to the following:
Baker Bands - Honor Band Festival
PO Box 65
Baldwin City, KS 66006

Monday, 24 November 2014 00:00

wearing in ceremony

Richard Howell, chair of Baker's board of trustees, presented Dr. Lynne Murray with the presidential medallion when she was officially sworn in as Baker's 29th president on Friday, Nov. 21. Watch Video

Monday, 24 November 2014 00:00

Swearing in ceremony

Dr. Lynne Murray Sworn in as Baker University's 29th President

Richard Howell, chair of Baker's board of trustees, presented Dr. Lynne Murray with the presidential medallion when she was officially sworn in on Friday, Nov. 21. Watch Video

Friday, 21 November 2014 00:00

KCKCC Police Science

Kansas City Kansas Community College Police Science & Corrections

The following KCKCC Police Science and Corrections courses transfer to Baker University's School of Professional and Graduate Studies for application to a bachelor's degree program.

Students enrolled in the BS of Criminal Justice program may apply these courses toward the required 46 credit hours of general electives.

KCKCC Course

Credits

Baker Equivalent

CRJS101

3

***Social science

CRJS102

3

***Social science

CRJS104

3

General elective

CRJS112

3

General elective

CRJS116

3

***Social science

CRJS117

3

General elective

CRJS118

3

General elective

CRJS120

3

***Social science

CRJS201

3

General elective

CRJS203

3

General elective

CRJS204

3

General elective

CRJS205

3

*Technical credit

CRJS206

3

General elective

CRJS207

3

General elective

CRJS221

3

**Field credit

Ethical Decision Making

3

General elective

Oral Communications in Corrections

3

****Speech

Corrections Report Writing

3

*Technical credit

*Technical courses are accepted up to 12 credit hours.
**Field credit courses are accepted up to 6 credit hours.
***Social science courses are accepted as social science up to 6 credit hours. Additional credits will be accepted as general electives.
****Speech courses are accepted as arts and humanities up to 6 credit hours. Additional credits will be accepted as general electives.

Only courses with grades of C or better may be considered for transfer credit. Some courses may be eligible for transfer into Baker's BSCJ core program if they were completed within the last five years; these courses will be evaluated individually. Courses deemed equivalent are accepted up to 6 credit hours.

Learn more about the SPGS transfer credit policy in the pdfCatalog & Handbook.

Friday, 21 November 2014 00:00

MCC-Blue River Law Enforcement

Metropolitan Community Colleges – Blue River Law Enforcement

The following MCC-Blue River Law Enforcement courses transfer to Baker University's School of Professional and Graduate Studies for application to a bachelor's degree program.

Students enrolled in the BS of Criminal Justice program may apply these courses toward the required 46 credit hours of general electives.

MCC Course

Credits

Baker Equivalent

LWEN 100

2

General elective

LWEN 101

3

General elective

LWEN 111

3

*Technical credit

LWEN 112

3

*Technical credit

LWEN 114

3

General elective

LWEN 122

3

*Technical credit

LWEN 143

4

**General elective - physical education

LWEN 200

5

*Technical credit

LWEN 203

3

General elective

LWEN 204

3

General elective

LWEN 230

3

*Technical credit

EMS 110

3

*Technical credit

*Technical courses are accepted up to 12 credit hours.
**Physical education activity-based courses are accepted up to 11 credit hours. A maximum of 8 credit hours are used in computing the admission GPA.

Only courses with grades of C or better may be considered for transfer credit.

Learn more about the SPGS transfer credit policy in the pdfCatalog & Handbook.

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