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ONLINE, MICHIGAN -- I graduated form ground campus, with AA degree on general business on 2009 when I register with them they told me they are going to help me to find a job, but at that time I did not need it because I ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 11/06/2011
Graduated Summa cum Laude (business admin.) and that was 2 years ago. They do not help grads find jobs anymore than other colleges do. Their marketing is a farce! 4 Replies - Latest reply on 03/26/2011Add reply
MICHIGAN -- A prior review mentioned they felt Baker's claim of 98% of their graduates are employed. I went to Baker College in Cadillac for over two years about five years ago. At the end of my certificate program I took a required course called "Career Strategies". During this course a fellow student mentioned this claim to the speaker(Jackie Soltzman)and her response amounted to: the 98% doesn't neccesarily mean in your field of study!!
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I went to Baker thinking I would be working in Medical Billing when I became certified. The ad's are so convincing....but what a crock! If you are employed when you start at Baker your already in that 98% and one of their great success stories. Its a wonder they haven't been sued for false advertising.
OWOSSO, MICHIGAN -- My daughter had to drop a class that she had attended two times. She called the financial dept and was told exactly what to do. She did not receive any financial aid or money from student loan since ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 12/13/2009