President Lambert’s message
As the new academic year gets under way, we at Baker are grateful for the privilege to call Baldwin City our home.
Through the years, town and gown have worked together to build a strong university and a community in which learning, faith and family offer a truly wonderful quality of life. Generations of our graduates look back on their days at Baker and in Baldwin City as among their most memorable.
This fall, as last, will see another significant increase in the
college's enrollment. A larger student population brings its
challenges, certainly, but will also contribute significantly to our
community's economic well-being.
Be assured that Baker will continue its efforts to be a good and
Baker University President
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