Since 1858 Baker has gained a reputation for providing an exceptional education and has offered programs for working adults since 1975.
Baker instructors are leaders in their fields and have years of first-hand professional experience.
More than 85 percent of the students who begin their program of study at Baker University complete their degree.
Students build strong connections: supporting each other, collaborating on projects, and celebrating new jobs and promotions.
Baker classes are held year-round, and new classes start frequently, so you can get started sooner rather than later.
How to Protest Your Grade
The information you provide will be passed to the appropriate academic department for review. A formal grade-protest form will be provided to you along with directions concerning our grievance process.
Academic Grievance Process
Students must initially attempt to resolve grievances of an academic nature with the individual instructor. For those cases in which the student feels the matter has not been satisfactorily resolved:
Grade changes may be made administratively only if there is sufficient reason to believe that the grading procedure was idiosyncratic, biased or issued incompetently. Such determinations must be made by the Academic Grievance Committee, which meets quarterly to review pending grievances.