Baker Jackson is a private college. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 848 undergraduate students. The Baker Jackson acceptance rate is 100%. Graduating 16% of students, Baker Jackson alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,800.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.20 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.18 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.18 responses
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Baker College of Jackson Reviews
When first deciding I want to go to college I wanted to choose a college that has low class counts and high education and graduate levels. When I found Baker and took the tour I quickly realize this was a school for me, Baker is very hands-on and for a learner like me hands-on is the best way I learn. Baker is professors are very educated in the fields of study and has intens when I found Baker and took the tour I quickly realize this was a school for me, Baker is very hands-on and for a learner like me hands-on is the best way I learn. Baker is professors are very educated in the fields of study and has extensive amount of experience and can be very Personable I love Baker
I've always had a positive experience with Baker College. Anytime I have questions, they are able to answer without issues. They also are focused on the student, and not the their income. Their teachers are professionals of the discipline they teach, therefore someone who has a background in Math isn't teaching English; this is especially helpful when the student has questions.
The best part about the Human Services program at Baker College of Jackson, MI is that there is lots of us in the school. so you get to meet new friends in your general education classes that are also pursuing the same career path as you are. The workload also seems to get a little lighter when you are done with your general education classes and into your classes for your major. Although the workload gets lighter, the workload turns into big projects. Baker College of Jackson also makes it mandatory that you do and internship before you graduate. Which is awesome because you get on the job experience, they help you find one, and a lot of the times after your internship they will hired you at that place depending on how good of a job you did.