COSTS & AID
Baker wants to ensure your investment is protected. From our academic advisers to our Office of Financial Aid, we’re dedicated to making college a worthwhile experience—while you’re on our campus and for the rest of your life.
of Baker graduates are employed full time or enrolled in graduate school within six months of earning their degree.
The Economist ranks Baker in its top 50 universities nationwide for return on investment.
Baker graduates earn the highest average salaries among graduates of universities in Kansas. —U.S. Department of Education, 2015
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
School of Education Undergraduate
More than 98 percent of Baker students on the Baldwin City campus receive financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants that total thousands of dollars. We strive to provide financial assistance to as many students as possible. Early action is important. Applications will be accepted until funds are exhausted.
In 2015, Baker awarded more than $22 million in financial aid. And 95% of our students received scholarships for academic merit, activity participation, and cultural diversity.
Dates & Deadlines
Submit admissions application. Complete the admissions application, which is also your application for scholarships and financial aid, by March 15 to be granted priority consideration for funds.
Submit FAFSA. The FAFSA must be submitted annually by March 15 to receive consideration for all funds.
Submit enrollment agreement and deposit.
Submit housing application.
Submit health history and record of required immunizations.
Net Price Calculator
Use the online net price calculator to receive an estimate of how much students similar to you paid to attend Baker University’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Veterans Education Benefits
Baker is one of America’s top military-friendly colleges and universities according to Military Advanced Education magazine. Learn more about veterans benefits for students.
HOW TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
The Baker financial aid package is typically a combination of university scholarships, state and federal grants, campus work, and student loans. Only loans must be repaid after graduation.
During your search of colleges, you will find that Baker University’s total direct cost of tuition, fees, and on-campus room and board is highly competitive with other private institutions.
Private education has a reputation for being expensive. And it can be. But we think you’ll be surprised by the aid packages we can offer. These packages consist of a combination of university scholarships, state and federal grants, campus work, and student loans.
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We recognize that obtaining a degree requires a substantial investment of both time and money. And like any investment, there is risk. So why not lessen the risk and attend a university known for producing workforce-ready graduates? We offer a variety of financial aid solutions and help you through the process so you can make your dream of earning a degree a reality.
Obtaining a degree requires a substantial investment of both time and money. And like any investment, there is risk. So why not lessen the risk and attend a university known for producing the areas top educators and administrators? We offer a variety of financial aid options and help you through the process so you can make your dream of earning a graduate degree a reality.
Nursing remains one of the nation’s fastest growing fields. So it’s no surprise Baker’s outstanding nurses are in demand. Every graduate from Baker’s Class of 2015 was offered a full-time position within three months of graduating, and most had job offers in their back pockets before they had diplomas in their hands.
P.O. Box 65 Baldwin City, KS 66006 785-594-6451