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As an Achieving the Dream institution, Bay College has received funding to develop and launch strategies to increase student retention, persistence and graduation rates of our students. To learn more about this exciting, national initiative, visit www.achievingthedream.org.


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Dream {here} Where is here?

Per Dictionary.com, it is in this place; at this juncture. For Bay College, it is the place to begin your future or perhaps, begin again. Escanaba – Iron Mountain – Manistique – Online

Welcome to Bay College! Everyone at Bay College is thrilled you are considering beginning or continuing your college education with us. Whether you are 18 years of age or 89 years of age, or anywhere in between, Bay College is a great place to learn the job skills you need to begin a career, attain transfer credit for a Bachelor’s Degree, or simply exercise your mind. We are committed to providing you with the tools you need to be successful. Every employee at Bay College cares about your success! We look forward to having you on campus. Dr. Laura Coleman President

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What would {you} do with some extra money? Ask Mitch. Mitch chose Bay College to complete his ďŹ rst two years of general education courses before transferring to Central Michigan University. His approximate savings = $33,000.00 Nice car Mitch! Did attending Bay College for two years and saving money have anything to do with purchasing this great car? Mitch’s reply? Yes! 2


here Admissions - 800-221-2001 The Application for Admission is your first step with starting Bay College. Applying to Bay is free and easy. 1. Simply apply online at www.baycollege.edu or contact the Admissions Office. 2. Provide proof of residency. 3. Complete the free assessment or provide ACT scores or previous college transcripts. 4. Complete the free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

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students are choosing Bay College than ever before

BAY COLLEGE COST COMPARISON Representing one year

Bay/Delta

$2940

Bay/ Dickinson

$4350

Bay/ In State/ Reciprocity

$4740

NMU

$7864

MSU

$11204

MTU

$12017

U of M

$13354

$1000

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$8026 $7820 $8462 $9192

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Certificate Programs

Certificate Programs: Designed to develop a particular set of employment skills, and can later build toward a degree. Typically one year in length. Early Childhood Accounting Automotive Technology Computer Aided Design Drafting Computer Applications Correctional Officer Early Childhood Care & Ed. Level 1 Early Childhood Care & Ed. Level 2 Entrepreneurial Small Business Office Assistant Practical Nursing Sustainability Water Technology Welding

Associate in Applied Science Associate in Applied Science Degree: Specific coursework designed to prepare students for immediate entry into the workforce upon graduation. Includes general courses. Typically two years in length. Accounting/Computer Specialist Automotive Technology Business Computer Aided Design Computer Aided Design Drafting Computer Networking Systems & Security Corrections Early Childhood Care and Education Environmental Management General Studies G.A.S Pre-Nursing Hospitality Management Human Services Law Enforcement Marketing/Small Business Office Systems/Administrative Assistant Office Systems/Legal Office Assistant Office Systems/Medical Office Specialist Computer Information Systems: Software Network Software Support Registered Nursing (Must be LPN) Undecided (General Studies) Water Resource Management

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Explore Associate in Arts Associate in Science Architecture Art Biochemistry Biology Biotechnology Botany Business Administration Business Education Chemistry Communications Computer Science Construction Management Criminal Justice Dental Hygiene Dentistry (Pre) Diagnostic Sonography Dietetics Early Childhood Education Education, Elementary Education, Health Education, Physical Education, Secondary Education, Special Engineering (Pre) Engineering Technology English

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{here} Bachelor Degrees Environmental Chemistry Environmental Science Fisheries & Wildlife Management Forestry Graphic Design Health & Fitness Management History Human Services Journalism Law (Pre) Liberal Arts Mathematics Medical Technology Medicine (Pre) Nursing Transfer (Not Bay’s PN or RN) Occupational Therapy (Pre) Optometry (Pre) Paper Science/Engineer Pharmacy (Pre) Physical Therapy (Pre) Physics Political Science Psychology Radiography Recreation Management Science Sociology Social Work Speech Communications Speech Pathology Sports Science Theatre Undecided (Liberal Arts) Veterinary Medicine (Pre) Zoology

Lake Superior State University at Bay Accounting Business Administration: Generalist Management Marketing Minor Computer Networking *(3 + 1) Criminal Justice: Corrections w/Law Enforcement Minor Generalist Law Enforcement Early Childhood Education Engineering Management Environmental Mgmnt *(2 + 2) Nursing, B.S.N (Must be RN, not Bay’s PN or RN)

educate *1+1 means one year at Bay College and one year at the transfer institution.

*2+2 means two years at Bay College and the second year at the transfer institution.

*3+1 means three years at Bay College and the one year at the transfer institution.

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Bay College is continually reviewing new classes and programs

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for the workforce. It is our goal to help you succeed.

Ask today about the new Bay College Honors Program!

Bay College Fast Facts (2009): Total Students: 2742 Average Age: 26 years old Full Time Students: 57.8% Part Time Students: 42.2% Male: 39.3% Female: 60.7%

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Student Support

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Bay College has several resources in place to help you with your success. Library/Learning Resource Center: The Library provides services that are designed to meet the classroom-related and general information needs of students, faculty, and staff. The Library welcomes community members. FY101 – College Success Strategies: This course is designed to help students with their transition to college. Students will learn skills and strategies necessary for success in college, the workplace and life. Math and Science Center: The Center provides an area for individual and group study. The Center houses a computer center and a social area for students. Supplemental Instruction: An internationally recognized support program offering free, regularly scheduled study sessions for high risk courses. TRiO: The goal of TRiO is to increase the college graduation rates of its participants. TRiO can provide qualified participants with the following services: – A first year experience mentoring program – Individual tutoring in math and writing – Assistance with study skills and strategies – Leadership development through TRiO Club – Cultural Events And much more! Student Success Office: Assists occupational students with a variety of services. The services include assistance for students with a disability or difficulty with classroom work. Accommodations may include: – Extended time on tests – Interpreter for the deaf – Use of CD’s or MP3 player for audio textbooks

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missing from your resume? Meet Dave Dave is retraining for employment opportunities. Need enhanced skills for workforce re-entry? Check out what Bay College can do for you. Call 800-221-2001.

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aduate The number of adult students

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Whether you are starting college for the first time or returning to college to finish what you started, Bay College can help.

50% of Bay students are age 22 or older

Meet Joyce and Mary

At 86 years young, Joyce is a new Bay College student. Already having a Masters degree, Joyce’s goal is to avoid being inactive, to exercise her brain and to pursue her passion for writing. At 74 years young, Mary (a 1983 Bay Accounting graduate) is returning to Bay College. This time, to pursue her love for art and drawing.

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Find Yourself & Be Yourself... Community College Fast Facts • Attendance: 11.8 million people attended community colleges • Average Age: 28 years old

Source: American Association of Community Colleges

The Arts at Bay are thriving thanks to the new Besse Center Gallery and Theatre. The John and Melissa Besse Center, featuring a 260 seat theatre and gallery creates a new, highly visible front door for the college and greatly enhances the visual and performing arts capabilities.

“The strong Theatre Program is growing. Our state-of-the-art facilities give opportunities to students in all areas – from sound design, to marketing to music and acting.” – Crystal Dwyer Speech and Theatre Instructor

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“Art is an integral part of everyday life at Bay College: art gallery exhibits, hallways, offices, and classrooms color life at Bay with paintings, photos, sculptures, and fabrics by both art students and professionals. With some twenty major exhibits each year, students, staff and visitors to Bay College witness the creativity, vision and drive behind each work of art.” – Larry Leffel Art Professor Emeritus

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Make Yourself at Home

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A Conversation with the Barron Family Interviewed by Cindy Carter, Director of Admissions

Meet Steve, Sara, Mitch and Olivia

All of them have taken classes at Bay College at one time or another. CC: First of all, thanks for taking the time to talk with me. I know your family has benefited from having Bay College here in our community and I was hoping you could share your experiences. CC: Congrats Mitch on completing your first two years at Bay and your upcoming transfer to CMU! Mitch: I’m transferring my full two years of Bay credits to CMU to pursue a Chemistry Degree.

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CC: Congratulations to you also Olivia on completing your first Bay College course this summer. Plus, you’re starting at Bay in the fall.

Olivia: I do plan to transfer from Bay later. I’m interested in actuary science and since CMU does have the program, I may end up at CMU. CC: Great! Mitch will be able to show you around Central!


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CC: How did the decision to attend Bay College develop? Mitch: I toured various college campuses. Bay’s chemistry lab was comparable, if not more superior, to the chemistry labs at the university level. I have enjoyed the smaller campus. Olivia: Bay is close to home. I also recently learned about the Honors Program at Bay College which I’m very excited about.

CC: As parents, what have you found to be the most helpful when making college decisions? Steve: The first year of college has a lot to do with students learning discipline and how to handle college. Bay has helped Mitch prepare for transfer to CMU. Sara: Take time to tour college campuses. Begin making comparisons and list advantages/ disadvantages of each school to make the best decision. Steve: Mitch is entering his third year of college and is still debt free thanks to Bay.

Thank you and congratulations to the Barron’s!

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Bay de Noc Community College, as an equal opportunity employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Bay de Noc Community College Board of Trustees is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of religion, race, color, sex, age, disability, national origin, height, weight, familial status, pregnancy, or marital status in employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions. Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to the ADA Coordinator or the EEO Coordinator, 2001 North Lincoln Road, Escanaba, MI 49829, 906-786-5802.

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