Study Abroad



Each semester, Baker sends students and a faculty member to study and live at Harlaxton College, the British campus affiliated with the University of Evansville. The college is housed in a 150-room Victorian manor house in the English Midlands. Students take courses taught by British faculty and professors from cooperating schools.


A wide variety of study abroad options are available, including semester, academic year, summer, and Summerterm possibilities. Many students choose to study in England through the Harlaxton Semester Program (see paragraph below). Additionally, Baker students are eligible for study abroad programs worldwide through cooperative agreements with the American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS), International Studies Abroad (ISA), Veritas, Cultural Experiences Abroad (CEA), Academic Programs International (API), and the Council for International Educational Exchange (CIEE).

Each area has a set of 10 committee members engaging the department or program to be supported. If committee positions are open, the Wildcats for Education Committee is looking for more enthusiastic alumni and friends of Baker University fo foster the liberal arts in these targeted ways. 

Committee Chair

Kayla Anderson​