Effective immediately, all classes will be hosted online only. The campus will remain open to faculty and staff at this time. For more clarification, please see your College email. For updates regarding the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) please visit Baptist’s online Coronavirus Resource Center.

The mission of the CAE, which is “to support a college community of engaged learners and promote a culture of excellence in teaching and learning that reflects best practices.” The CAE is made up of the Learning Center, Library, Testing Center and Disability Support Services.

Learning Center
The Learning Center offers peer tutoring, workshops, models, a computer lab, microscopes, and other learning resources to assist students.

Located on the first floor of the main campuof the college in Memphis, the Library provides services and resources to support the information and education needs of the faculty and students of the Baptist College. Whichever subject you are studying, we have the resources you need to research and complete assignments for your courses.

The Testing Center provides students a centralized environment for disabilities accommodations, online, and standardized testing

Peer tutors are provided for individual and group tutoring in the CAE free of charge in the following subjects: anatomy and physiology I and II, pathophysiology, algebra, physics, microbiology, chemistry, writing, and adult I and II nursing

Are you Online Ready?

Thinking about taking an online course at Baptist College? Before enrolling in an online course, you should first assess your readiness for stepping into the online learning environment. Your answers to the following questions will help you determine what you need to do to succeed at online learning.