Baker University’s concurrent credit partnership allows qualifying high school students in partner districts to experience college-level course work and earn Baker University credit while still meeting requirements for high school graduation. Students may attend high schools or virtual schools or be homeschooled and take advantage of these early college opportunities.
Depending on the partnership agreement with each school district or virtual school, students may do the following:
- Take college courses taught by the student’s high school staff on the high school campus during regular school hours
- Take college courses through a virtual platform taught by highly qualified university faculty during or outside of regular school hours
Scholarship Opportunity: Stay in the Baker Family
As a concurrent credit student, you may be eligible for a scholarship when you attend Baker full time after your high school graduation.
We want you to stay in the Baker family, so we offer a $50,000 scholarship over a four-year, degree-seeking enrollment period to students who earn a C or better in their concurrent credit course.
Courses Offered in the Student’s High School
Students may enroll online in August for fall courses and in January for spring courses.
- For virtual courses for fall 2021, the enrollment window will close on July 28, 2021.
- Enrollment for spring 2022 virtual courses will take place in November and December 2021.
- Enrollment for fall 2022 virtual courses will take place in April and May 2022.
Course Availability & Timelines
Contact your high school counselor for course availability and timelines.
Homeschool students contact Dr. Lanie Fasulo at lanie.fasulo@bakerU.edu.
Concurrent Credit Benefits
Academic and financial advantages:
- Student success in rigorous courses
- Affordable university credit
- Reduction in college expense
- Qualification for Baker scholarships
Interaction with highly qualified faculty:
- High school staff are master teachers.
- Collaborating Baker University staff hold doctoral degrees.
- Experience with college-level work while receiving support from your high school teacher
- Counselor’s guidance in determining readiness for college-level course work
Concurrent Credit FAQs
Am I eligible to earn Baker credits?
What grade must I achieve to also earn college credit from Baker?
How much does it cost?
I have already earned my Baker credits, but I need to transfer them to another university. How do I do this?
Who should I contact if I have more questions about enrollment or my grade?
Where can I find my tax information for my tuition payment to Baker?
General Grading Policies
Baker University uses a straight letter grade system: Plus and minus grades are not given. The only grades available to the instructor are A, B, C, D, and F.
A grade of “incomplete” is not an option for concurrent credit courses. Students should contact their school counselor in the case of exceptional circumstances.