You can count on your NLC Residence Life Staff whenever you have a question or concern, or just need to talk.
New Living Center residence hall laundry
NLC living room
NLC living room
New Living Center computer lab
New Living Center classroom
NLC bathroom/sink area
New Living Center community residence hall kitchen
Office of Residence Life
- Location & Hours
- Second floor, Harter Union
- Weekdays, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (closed holidays)
- Office of Residence Life
- Baker University
- P.O. Box 65
- Baldwin City, KS 66006
- Information for Parents
Learn how we support your student.
New Living Center
The New Living Center houses 190 students in 48 rooms. Five additional rooms house residential assistants and other personnel. Student suites include a common living room area for two or four suitemates and one bathroom per two students.
Residents can whip up a quick meal or late-night snack in the community kitchen. The center also houses two classrooms and a computer lab with printing capabilities.
If you have questions about what to bring and what the halls have, the links on the left will assist you.
Meet the New Living Center Hall Staff
Gretchen Doenges, area coordinator in the New Living Center, is a native of Houston, Texas. She chose Baker because of the community atmosphere and because it is a small school, which is opposite of what she is accustomed to. She loves jogging, going to new places and doing new activities, cooking and reading. She knows she will like being an AC because she loves to meet new people, help students and build relationships.
Megan Rosa, senior resident assistant in the New Living Center, is a junior with majors in both chemistry and exercise science from Olathe, Kan., with a minor in biology. She is involved in cross country, track and field, Alchemists Club, and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She chose Baker because the people were nice, the cross country and track and field programs, and the academic prestige. She knows she will like being an RA because she gets to decorate the public areas so people will use and enjoy them more.
Aaron “AC” Caldwell, resident assistant in the New Living Center, is a senior exercise science major from Overland Park, Kan., with a minor in biology. He is involved in cross country, track and field, Delta Tau Delta (social member), Order of Omega, and Cat Pack. He chose Baker because of the close community and the opportunity for him to continue running track. He knows he will like being an RA because of the opportunity to connect with other students.
Scott “Scottie” Schrag, resident assistant in the New Living Center, is a senior business management major from Pretty Prairie, Kan.. He is involved in football and enjoys playing sports, fishing and exercising. He chose Baker because of the school of business is very good. He knows he will like being an RA because the interaction with the people and because it is fun to know everyone.
Elizabeth “Liz” Louden, resident assistant in the New Living Center, is a sophomore majoring in nursing from Princeton, Kan. She is involved in Baker Serves, Theatre, Baker Farmhands and Speech Choir and is an Orientation Leader. She enjoys reading, canoeing and camping. She chose Baker because she fell in love with the size and people on campus. She knows she will like being an RA because she is looking forward to planning and leading hall activities and programs.
Colter “Big Dawg” Scott, resident assistant in the New Living Center, is a senior sports administration major from Lawrence, Kan. He is involved in football, track and field, and is a University Admission Assistant. He chose Baker because of the small campus, family feel, great teachers and the number of great friends he had here. He knows he will like being an RA because he is looking forward to meeting new students that come to Baker and getting to know the current students at Baker.
Aaron J. Greenbaum, resident assistant in the New Living Center, is a business management major from Prairie Village, Kan., who is also minoring in Spanish. He is active on campus in both soccer and tennis, he loves the color green and Fruit Loops, and he is the current belly-flop champion at Round Hill Bath and Tennis Club. He is excited to be an RA because the position will let him further enjoy and contribute to the strong sense of community at Baker University.
Mailing & Shipping Address for Students
618 Eighth Street
MB ## (will be assigned later)
PO Box 65
Baldwin City KS 66006