Baker is a liberal arts university which draws the region's finest students. The first university in Kansas, Baker was founded by Methodist ministers 139 years ago.
It has produced four Rhodes Scholars and two Pulitzer Prize winners and is consistently ranked by national services as one of the top private liberal arts universities in the region.
The hallmarks of Baker's educational experiences are small class sizes, individual attention from qualified and caring faculty members, and the opportunity to participate in many activities.
Baker is comprised of three schools:
The College of Arts and Sciences at the main campus in Baldwin City, Kansas serves 800 students who pursue undergraduate degrees in any of 20 areas of study.
The School of Professional and Graduate Studies serves working adults at campuses in Overland Park, Topeka, and Wichita, Kansas. Both undergraduate and master's degrees are offered. The school's enrollment is 1,100.
The School of Nursing, which Baker operates in partnership with Stormont-Vail Regional Health
Center in Topeka, Kansas, offers a nursing degree in a traditional four-year program and in an abbreviated degree-completion program for nurses working in the field. Enrollment is about 100 students.
Address: Baldwin City, KS 66006-0065
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