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The Residency Requirement Exemption process for the fall 2015 semester is closed. No further fall 2015 applications will be considered.
If you would like to be considered for a Residency Requirement Exemption for spring 2016, applications will reopen on October 1, 2015. Thank you!
|Keke Gibb||Instructor of Quest|
|Brad Majors||Instructor of Quest|
$1,000 Referral Scholarship
Do you know someone who would thrive at Baker?
Do you know someone who would love Baker as much as you do? One of the most valuable contributions you can make to your alma mater is to help us recruit talented students.
And if the referred student is admitted and enrolls at the College of Arts and Sciences or the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, he or she will receive a $1,000 scholarship in your name! With no financial commitment required from you.
Refer a future Wildcat.
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Michelle Critchfield, history and psychology major, helped set up the Margaret Truman exhibit as part of the College Internship Program at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri.
Lindsey Mateer, sports admin major and business minor, works at a tournament during her internship at the Beverly Williams Golf School in Bella Vista, Arkansas.
Olivia Beins, international business major, interned with Heritage Tractor, a John Deere distributor, in Baldwin City.
- Four Wildcats Named to HAAC Volleyball All-Conference Team
- Volleyball Ends Season in HAAC First Round
- Volleyball Ends Regular Season with Three Set Win on Senior Night
- Volleyball Earns No. 5 Seed in HAAC Tournament
- Volleyball Match Against Haskell Cancelled
- Volleyball Falls for Second-Straight Match
- Dig Pink Night set for Graceland Match
- MNU Ends Baker’s Hot Streak