The net price is decided based on the family income. Depending on the bracket under which the annual family income of a student falls, the net price may vary and the financial aid provided may either be less or more than the overall average costs incurred during the program.
Although, the average net price per program for a student at Baker University is $23,016.
So, for the annual family income ranging from $0-30,000 has a net price of $18,293 which is quite low as compared to the average net price per program. Similarly, net price for the annual income range from $30,001-48,000 is $20,258 which is slightly higher than the last range. There is absolutely no major difference in the annual income range from $48,001-75,000 and the last range where the average net price is $20,305. For the annual income range of $75,001-110,000 where the average net price jumps to $22,387. Whereas, there is a similar increase in the average net price per program for the annual income greater than $110,000 which comes out to be $24,187.
These values are being constantly updated from one academic year to another. Net price based on your financial capabilities can also be calculated using Baker University’s Net Price Calculator.