A Community Where You Belong
Your role at Baker is limited only by your time and energy. Baker is ideal for students who want to actively pursue their education and stand out as more than just a face in the crowd. From your first year to your last, you'll find a wide variety of leadership, service and learning opportunities. At Baker, you will quickly become part of a community and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
More than just a place to sleep, campus housing is your home away from home. Learn More
Service is an integral part of the student experience at Baker University. Most students get involved in at least one service project during their college career. Learn More
Student Activities & Organizations
Academic and special interest clubs, performing arts, athletics, honor societies, student government: With more than 75 student activities and organizations, you'll have no trouble finding your niche. Learn More
Sorority & Fraternity Life
The Baker Greek community makes a difference both in the classroom and the community and has a lot of fun, too! Learn More
Leadership training through the Office of Student Life prepares students for a variety of leadership opportunities on campus. Learn More
Julian Mills (with Purdue coach Matt Painter) helped coaches with video coordinating during his internship with USA Basketball. Learn more about Career Services.
Office of Multicultural Affairs
The office and student-run organizations such as Mungano take the lead in raising awareness and hosting programs that promote diversity, respect and community. Learn More
University Ministry is ecumenical in nature and open to all people of faith regardless of practices and denomination. Learn More
The world is the classroom for Baker students. Cheyenne Barron chronicles her study abroad adventure in Australia. Learn More