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Baker College of Clinton Township

Clinton Township, MI, USA
3.39 Average Rating

Baker College of Clinton Township is a regional campus of Baker college located in the northeast area of metro Detroit. The Clinton Township campus offers courses in five of Baker’s academic colleges: Business, Social Science, Engineering, Health Science, and Information Technology. In addition to Baker’s technologically modern classroom and lab space, the Clinton Township campus is home to the Center for Dental Hygiene where students in the college’s Dental program provide services for their peers and the public.


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  • Not for Profit
  • Coed

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Level of Institution
4 Year
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What Students Are Saying

3.39 Average Rating
When first attending Baker College I was worried and frantic with starting a huge step in my life. Baker made me feel comfortable and gave me the the courage that I thought I'll never have. My teachers were awesome and they gave me the knowledge that was taught with lessons they taught.
Joi from Michigan
A good college. They have a variety of programs you can choose from if you are undecided. They will provide assistant to help you with all aspects of your chosen degree program.
Juanita from Roseville, MI

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