Baker student musicians at Mungano's annual candlelight vigil.
Members of Mungano observe the annual candlelight vigil.
Baker students after commencement ceremonies.
Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Contact or Visit Us
- Teresa Clounch, Associate Dean of Students and Director of Multicultural Affairs
- P.O. Box 65
- Baldwin City, KS 66006-0065
- Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Second Floor - Harter Union
At Baker, we believe that students learn best when they're challenged to reach beyond what is familiar.
Valuing Differences While Working Toward Common Goals
Baker University's Baldwin City campus is home to students from across the United States and from several countries. The Office of Multicultural Affairs and student-run organizations such as Mungano take the lead in raising awareness and hosting programs that promote diversity, respect and community.
Organizations such as the Amity Scholar Program help Baker's Office of Admission identify and recruit top students from outside the United States. The Amity Scholar Program brings student assistants to Baker to support its language programs. Amity Interns enroll in Baker courses and help with classes and extracurricular activities and live in Baker's residence halls.