Baker College institutionally supports and complies with all of the policies and regulations mandated in the 1990 Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act. In 1998, this act was renamed as the Jeanne Clery Act, and it requires higher education institutions to give timely warnings of crimes that represent threats to the safety of students or employees and to make public their campus security policies. It also requires the submission of crime data to the United States Department of Education.
The Campus Safety Department prepares an Annual Security Report (ASR), which is available at Campus Safety or at https://my.baker.edu/icsfileserver/docs/docs/about_us/campus_safety/security_report/Baker_College-Annual_Security_Report.pdf
This report includes the following information:
- Campus Safety policies and procedures including the procedures for reporting crimes and other emergencies on campus
- Campus emergency response and immediate warning policies
- Campus Safety authority and jurisdiction
- Security and facilities access
- Security awareness programs
- Sexual assault reporting procedures and preventative programs
- The Baker College alcohol and drug policy
- Crime statistics including murder, sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, arson, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and hate crimes
- Arrests and disciplinary action statistics for alcohol, drug, and/or weapons violations
- Residence hall fire safety information (Cadillac, Muskegon, Owosso, and Port Huron only) and annual statistics for fires on campus (Cadillac, Muskegon, Owosso, and Port Huron only)
In addition to being available online, a paper copy of this report can be obtained through the Campus Safety Office at any Baker College campus.
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Acceptance to Baker College permits the College to record photographic images, audio, and/or video for educational, academic, or promotional purposes. Baker College may use these in any professional manner the College believes is proper, including, but not limited to print publication, video streaming on Baker College websites, podcasting, and broadcast media.
Pictures and recordings belong to the College, and payment and/or any other compensation in connection with the pictures and recordings will not be exchanged.
Acceptance as a student at Baker College provides the College with a release from any and all liability that may or could arise from the taking or use of the images, audio, or video.
Student Right-to-Know Graduation Rate
Baker College compiles data on various student demographics and cohorts of students, including first-time, full-time students who seek a certificate, associate, and bachelor degree programs. The link below provides information regarding students enrolled as first-time, full-time students (students who have not previously enrolled in college and are registered for 12 or more semester credit hours).
Graduation, Retention, Student Body and Diversity Rates