The mission of Baker College is to provide quality higher
education and training which enable graduates to be successful
throughout challenging and rewarding careers.
History of Baker
Within a few years on either side of the turn of the twentieth
century, two proprietary institutions of higher education
were founded. Though completely independent of each other,
both shared a common mission-to provide students with the
skills needed for employment in the great industries of their
times. In 1965, after half a century of separate but parallel
existence, the two institutions came together under a single
management group headed by Robert Jewell of Muskegon.
The organization has flourished in the years following that
initial union. Now known as the Baker College System, it is
the largest independent college in Michigan, with over 33,000
students in more than 140 programs on 12 campuses and five
branch locations. Throughout years of tremendous growth and
success, Baker College has maintained its original mission:
to provide quality higher education and training which enables
graduates to be successful throughout challenging and rewarding
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