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Baker University provides a variety of technology resources to support teaching and learning.

Computer labs: Located across the Baldwin City campus are several PC computer labs and one Mac lab for use by students to complete coursework. Many of these labs are also classrooms. Check the room schedule at the door.

Policies, standards and guidelines: View full text of Baker policies and standards relating to technology, including Baker’s webpage guidelines and a gallery of approved images.

 

Suggested Laptop & Desktop Specifications

PC

OS = Windows 7 or higher
Office is provided as part of the student email system
Processor = i5 or higher (recommend i7)
Memory = 8gb RAM or higher
Hard drive = 500gb or higher
Graphics card = 512mb video memory or higher
Dell has a store just for Baker University students: dell.com/DellU/BakerU

Mac

OS = 10.10.5 or higher
Office is provided as part of the student email system
Processor = i5 (recommend i7)
Memory = 8gb RAM or higher
Hard drive = 500 gb or higher
Graphics card = 512 mb video memory or higher
Apple education store offers some discounts: apple.com/education/

Contact Us

Help Desk
Online Form

785.594.4544 or ext. 4544

Computer Lab Locations & Hours

Library Commons Area & Library 104 & 107

Open 24 hours with Baker ID card access.

Additional Labs

  • Mabee 203 Lab | Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Music Lab, Owens 206 | Open during work hours and evenings Monday – Thursday for music students only
  • Library 200 & 312 | Open during library hours

Residence hall computer labs open to residents only of Gessner, Irwin and New Living Center. Report problems in one of the residence hall computer labs to your resident assistant.

Policies, Standards & Guidelines

Policies, Guidelines & Laws Governing the Use of Information Technology at Baker University

Information technology and computer use at Baker University are governed by a number of policies, federal and state laws, and general guidelines. Students, faculty and staff at Baker are responsible for understanding their responsibilities in the use of information technology. Several of the policies below are in PDF format. If you do not already have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your system, you can download it here.

Federal & Kansas State Laws

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