- Associated Press - Monday, October 24, 2016

PORT HURON, Mich. (AP) - Baker College of Port Huron has opened a second student housing building to support its culinary program.

The private, not-for-profit college says the nine apartments are similar to those they opened last year and increases capacity for campus living to 82 students.

The two student housing buildings and Culinary Institute of Michigan are next to the Port Huron Convention Center, near where the St. Clair River meets Lake Huron.

The institute, which opened in 2013, offers associate’s degrees in food and beverage management, baking and pastry, and culinary arts, as well as baking and pastry certificates. The college also offers culinary classes in Muskegon.




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