Mission Statement

Student Success, Community Success, Culture of Success

Vision Statement

Bay College is the regional college of choice where people thrive, workforces excel, communities connect and lives transform.

Strategic Agenda

Long-term initiatives, funding directives, and tasks build on areas of excellence that are critical to Bay College's future.


Dr. Nerita Hughes of Minnetonka, MN, was selected unanimously by the Bay College Board of Trustees to become Bay College’s sixth president.

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Distinguished Alumni

Bay College has over 13,000 alumni worldwide. A Distinguished Alumni Award was established in 1999 to recognize and honor an outstanding alumni each year with significant contributions to career, community, and or Bay College. The Alumni of the Year is recognized at the annual Awards Celebration in April, graduation in May, and invited to be a keynote speaker at commencement the following year to capstone the honor.


Investing in Education

The Bay College Foundation provides opportunities for individuals, families, businesses, organizations and foundations alike to support higher education, scholarships, arts, and athletics via private funding. Be the one to make a difference on campus, with students and in the community. Educational gifts last a lifetime.

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Student Consumer Information

Federal regulations require institutions to provide students specific information about financial aid, campus facilities, student athletes, important resources and disclosures as well as information to promote campus security, fire safety and the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse.


Join Our Team

A great place for a rewarding career, positively impacting higher education, students, campuses and community success.


A Tradition of Success

Bay College was established in 1962 with a seven member Board of Trustees elected to bring higher education to Delta County, and later extended to Dickinson County. The tradition of student and community success continues.