Residential Campus in Baldwin City
An Inclusive Community of Do-Gooders & Achievers
The Baldwin City campus is home to a diverse, open-minded, and hyperinvolved student body. More than 90 percent of our students are involved in at least one extracurricular activity, which makes for a vibrant campus experience. In fact, student involvement is one of the top reasons students choose Baker. Not only do our students make fast friends through their activities, but they also excel after graduation: We’ve seen former Mungano officers win Pulitzer Prizes and former fraternity presidents lead Fortune 500 companies.
Don’t let the idyllic, small-town location fool you—Baker graduates are known for their big-city accomplishments.
AS SEEN ON PBS
In the fall of 2016, camera crews from In-America with James Earl Jones visited our historic campus in Baldwin City. The profile featured our award-winning faculty and students and showcased our modern liberal arts education, which is geared toward graduating versatile, highly employable entrants to the workforce.
MEET YOUR ADMISSIONS COUNSELORS
Brian Boyle | Associate Director of Admissions
Southeastern Kansas | Southern Missouri | Southeastern States
913.800.5462 | brian.boyle@bakerU.edu
A 1996 graduate with a degree in history, Brian has been a part Baker since childhood, when he served as a ball boy for the football team and batboy for the baseball team. He played football for the Wildcats, earning First Team All-Conference and playing defensive end in the national semifinal game. After graduation he coached football for nine seasons. After a 10-year career in the mortgage industry, Brian returns to Baker to work in the Office of Admissions. He and his wife, Jill, who graduated from Baker in 1997, have three children, all of whom consider themselves future Wildcats.
Dee Brown | Associate Director of Admissions
Kansas City, Kansas and Missouri | St. Louis, Missouri | Midwestern States
913.562.9080 | delynia.brown@bakerU.edu
Dee is a native of Kansas City and has worked in university admissions for several years. She enjoys helping students obtain their educational goals, and her students often refer to as the “cheerleader.” Dee earned her bachelor’s in criminal justice with emphasis in sociology from Washburn University. She also holds a Master of Business Administration. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and singing professionally.
Emma Carter | Director of Admissions
785.594.8327 | emma.carter@bakerU.edu
A history major and 2003 graduate of Baker University, Emma earned a master’s degree from the University of Montevallo in Alabama. A proud Oklahoman, Emma was raised in Checotah. In her free time, Emma enjoys crafting, sewing and exercising with her dogs.
Deeva Sharma | Admissions Counselor
Johnson County, Kansas | New England
785.746.4022 | deeva.sharma@bakerU.edu
A 2016 graduate of Baker University and an English major, Deeva is a proud Wildcat. While attending Baker, Deeva was involved with various activities across campus, including The Watershed, BU’s literary magazine. What she loves most about campus is Case Hall, having spent a majority of her time in that building during her undergraduate years. In her free time Deeva enjoys watching “The Bachelor” and spending time with her family.
Kharon Brown | Admissions Counselor
Central and Western Kansas | Western States
785.337.4766 | kharon.brown@bakerU.edu
Kharon graduated from Baker in 2017, majoring in Spanish and international studies. While at Baker, he played middle linebacker for the Wildcats and served as Student Senate class president for two years. Kharon grew up in Lawrence, Kansas, and graduated from Lawrence High. He served as a football coach and paraprofessional in the Lawrence school district for a year before returning to his alma mater as a member of the admissions team in 2018
Luke Miltz | Admissions Counselor
Northern Kansas and Missouri | Great Plains States
913.439.5733 | luke.miltz@bakerU.edu
Luke is a 2017 graduate of Baker University, where he majored in international business. While a student, he was active in the campus community, serving as student body president, recruitment chair for his fraternity, manager of the cross country team, a Chapel Ambassador, and an orientation leader. Luke’s favorite part of working at Baker is the opportunity to connect students to a community that will help them find their passions. In his free time, Luke likes to attend community fundraisers and spend time with friends and family.
Anna McCullough | Assistant Director of International and Transfer Recruitment
International and Transfer Students
785.329.1016 | +1 913.832.7756 | anna.mccullough@bakerU.edu
Anna, a native of Topeka, Kansas, earned a degree in history from Baker in 2002. She also completed a master’s and Ph.D. in Latin and Roman history from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. She is a humanities proselytizer and global citizen with over 10 years of experience in higher education. Her top-five favorite world cities are Cape Town, Beirut, New Orleans, Tel Aviv, and Seoul. She is a proud minion to two benevolent feline overlords.
College of Arts & Sciences | Undergraduate School of Education
To earn a bachelor’s degree from Baker University, you must complete the following:
- At least 128 credit hours:
- Courses must be numbered 100 and above with a minimum GPA of 2.00 for all credit hours completed at Baker that apply toward a degree.
- At least 39 of these hours must be in courses numbered 300 and above.
- A major area of concentration with a minimum GPA of 2.00 in all courses taken at Baker counted for the major
- 31-37 hours of Quest courses
- 6-13 hours of math, writing and language proficiencies
Detailed information about graduation requirements can be found in the course catalog.
Your next steps to becoming a Baker University Wildcat
- Potential student athletes must be declared eligible by the NAIA. You should do this before you sign a letter of intent or immediately after.
- Pay your $100 enrollment deposit online.
- The FAFSA priority deadline is March 15.
- Register for an orientation and enrollment session.
- Review your financial aid award with your admissions counselor. Don’t worry, we’ll call you.
- Need to visit one more time? Register online or call us at 785.594.8325 to schedule a personalized visit.
- Return financial aid award accepting (or declining) your scholarships, grants, loans and work study awards.
- Housing application is due by June 1.
- Graduate from high school and have your final transcript sent to Baker University.
- Have any college transcripts sent to Baker University.
- Request your AP test scores be sent to Baker University.
- Attend a summer orientation and enrollment session.
- If applicable, Federal Loan Entrance Counseling is due.
- If applicable, Master Promissory Note completion is due.
- Health history and record of required immunization form is due by June 1.
- Attend a summer orientation and enrollment session.
Visit the Department of Sports Medicine webpage to download the forms you must submit before you will be allowed to participate in practices and competition. These forms are due August 1.
- Attend summer orientation and enrollment session.
- If applicable, have final college transcripts sent to Baker University Office of Admissions.
- Pay bill and/or sign up for Tuition Management Systems.
- Last summer orientation and enrollment session
- Move in!
P.O. Box 65, Baldwin City, KS 66006
Monday - Friday
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P.O. Box 65 Baldwin City, KS 66006 785-594-6451