Baker College Online Posts 1.9 Percent Winter Enrollment Increase
New student enrollment up 14.3 percent
Baker College Online officials today announced a 1.9 percent increase in winter 2012 enrollment compared to the same period in 2011. With new student enrollment up 14.3 percent, a total of 5,314 undergraduate students attended online classes exclusively during winter quarter 2012.
“We attribute our steadily increasing enrollment numbers to a variety of factors, including affordability, new programs, state-of-the-art technology and current online trends,” said Dr. Julia Teahen, President, Baker College Online. “These features continue to be attractive to both returning and new students who are interested in a career-focused education.”
A total of 47,717 students throughout the Baker College system took Baker Online classes this winter quarter. This total includes:
- 6,151 students who took 100 percent of their classes online, including 5,314 undergraduate students and a total of 837 graduate students (including MBAs)
- 8,737 students who took a combination of online classes and campus-based classes
- 32,829 students who took campus-based classes that also included online coursework