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Baker College of Owosso Reviews
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Being introverted, I knew that the small campus would be perfect for me. It was extremely difficult to meet people on campus. They do not offer clubs, good opportunities to meet people, a lot of people go home on the weekends, and you can't keep your door open. Their rules are unreasonable, and I am the definition of a rule follower so that's really saying something. Almost everyone I met there either transferred or dropped out. I would suggest asking for their retention rate. They also just downsized their campus. Baker is not for those looking to make friends. As for academics, I learned more in 1 semester at community college than I learned in 4 quarters at Baker. The majority of the homework I had was just writing papers. I am a 4.0 writing student and I love writing but the amount of writing assignments is ridiculous. I wrote papers in accounting, economics, and in algebra; which is a highly ineffective way of learning math based subjects. So glad I transferred!
My experience at Baker was better than I could have imagined, The instructors really care about the students and work hard to make sure that you understand the course material. My academic adviser Mandi was always willing to help whenever I needed her. The only thing that I feel needs to change is the amount of information you receive regarding financial aid and limits on aid availability.
I am in the Radiology program. All the instructors work in the field, so all the lesson revolve around the real world of x-ray. One of our instructors is also our clinical instructor and works really hard to place each student in the best location that fits their personality. The workload is heavy, but each quarter builds upon the past one. Now, I am in my second quarter and stuff is actually making sense. The curriculum is solely based on the aspects of x-ray and what we will encounter when we start our clinical rotation. The clinical coordinator works directly with head of the radiology department at the site, so we are constantly being monitored and our coordinator is always keep up to date on or progress. We will also participate in mock registry exams to prepare us for our board exam. I've spoken to x-ray students from other schools and they were not prepared for their boards or their clinical rotation. I feel very fortunate.