About Baker University
Founded in 1858, Baker University is the oldest university in Kansas and offers innovative adult degree programs in evening and weekend classroom settings as well as online. Baker University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (312.263.0456, ncahlc.org). Our accreditation has been continuous since first awarded in 1913.
Apply College Credit to Your Degree
Sprint and Baker University have developed a unique partnership that allows employees an opportunity to earn college credit for approved Sprint training courses.
Because Baker is an accredited university, these credits may be applied toward a degree. Contact your institution to see if these courses can be used to complete your degree. If you've taken Sprint training courses in the past, follow the steps below to register and have those courses placed on a Baker University transcript. They may still be eligible for credit.
Apply your college credits to a Baker University degree. Learn more about our degree programs.
Application Process for Earning College Credit
- Identify the course(s) you would like to take from the list of
- Complete an approved Sprint training course and request a SkillSoft transcript through Sprint University.
- If you are seeking Sprint educational assistance, follow the Sprint EdAssist educational assistance application process to receive approval and verify current eligibility status.
- What if I'm not eligible for education assistance?
- You may still apply your approved courses toward college credit at $50 per credit hour; however, you will not receive reimbursement from the company.
- You will receive an email notification when college credits are posted.
Frequently Used Links
Learn more about our partnership with Sprint by checking out EdAssist or by calling 913.491.4432 and asking for an enrollment representative.