Baylor News Stories
Baylor Bear Habitat shares some campus living highlights from Lady, the University’s beloved live American black bear
Baylor’s Equity, Civil Rights and Title IX Office Offers Online Dating Safety Tips.
Baylor Wake team makes a splash for water-loving students
Baylor assistant professor of environmental science discusses the importance of increased global investment in biodiversity
Learn more about the personal care and service Baylor provides for individuals needing help and support.
From reduced tuition to maximizing your degree time, discover how summer at Baylor makes a difference.
As individuals, we engage in relationships daily – whether romantic relationships, friendships, a professional relationship, or a familial relationship. Regardless of the relationship, boundaries are essential.
The 29th Beall Poetry Festival kicks off March 29 for a three-day celebration featuring poetry readings, a lecture and a panel discussion. The festival fosters an appreciation of poetry and features acclaimed contemporary poets that come to Baylor’s campus to share their work and expertise.
Summer can be a time of leisure, but for many Bears, it's a time to catch up or get ahead on their degree plans and make room for internships, study abroad or even a minor or certification. Summer of Discovery offers both current and incoming students the chance to do just that. Through Summer of Discovery, students can attend in-person and online courses to advance toward their academic goals. Courses are discounted from regular tuition, and students receive greater discounts as the number of classes taken increases.
Baylor Ph.D. candidate Kendall Scarlett earns prestigious fellowship in Washington, D.C.
The Baylor University Department of Public Safety offers tips for staying safe and secure over spring break.
From symposiums to film screenings, discover the ways Baylor highlights the contributions of women to our campus and world.
Baylor Alum Jennifer Throne Seiter serves as classroom resource specialist at Mt. Vernon, home of America’s first president.
Baylor’s Faculty & Staff Chapel is an annual opportunity to gather and pause in worship and reflection.
Baylor offers tips to complete your application by the final February 1 deadline and a checklist for all necessary items.
With the February 1 deadline fast approaching, learn more about where, when and how to complete the FAFSA to qualify for federal and state financial aid.
One Stop Student Services, Baylor's resource for financial aid, billing, payment and more, is now located in the heart of campus at the Bill Daniel Student Center. Discover this great resource for students and families.
Not sure about all the terms you see while applying? These resources can make the application process as easy as possible as we approach key February 1 deadlines.
From Christmas on 5th to musical performances of seasonal sacred pieces, Baylor University goes all-out to celebrate Christmas—and to focus on the season’s true meaning. Enjoy some of our favorite photos of Christmas 2022 at Baylor.
Baylor alum Doug Rogers applies years of experience in Disney theme parks and film to create authentic settings for nativity-themed feature film.
If you are a faculty or staff member who attends multiple men’s basketball games, I strongly encourage you to consider purchasing season tickets for the current season. Season tickets will be available to purchase until December 31, 2022.
Find the perfect gift for that Baylor Bear in your life.
Resources are available to support students’ holistic wellbeing amidst the challenges of finals and the end of a semester.
There are many ways to make a Baylor education fit your family’s budget. Learn more about options available to you.
Get your holiday shopping done early at a discount December 5-10. Bring your Baylor ID and receive 30% off clothing and gift items.
Baylor psychology researchers reflect on what they've learned about the practice and benefits of gratitude.
With the recent tragedy at UVA, Baylor University reminds students, faculty and staff of available proactive safety training resources, such as active shooter training, and other measures in place for campus safety and security.
On November 19, 2022, Baylor University and Texas Christian University meet on the gridiron for the 118th time — a rivalry that dates back to 1899. With this game, Baylor v. TCU will tie Texas v. Texas A&M as the most-played rivalry in the state of Texas.
The Mayborn Museum and Baylor’s Art and Art History Department present renowned sculptor and Baylor alumnus Dan Brook (Muscogee). Brook will share insight into his work and its connections with his indigenous traditions on Nov. 16 from 3-5 p.m.
Voting provides an opportunity for us to exercise one of our most important privileges and rights as Americans. If you haven’t already cast your ballot during the early voting period, Tuesday, Nov. 8, is your last chance to vote. Your vote matters!
As part of President Linda A. Livingstone's campuswide Spiritual Wellbeing initiative, Baylor University will hold a Faculty & Staff Chapel at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, in Paul W. Powell Chapel at Truett Seminary.
Celebrate Native artists, music, stories and culture throughout November at Baylor’s Mayborn Museum.
Death studies scholar Candi Cann, Ph.D., shares the elements of this unique Mexican holiday for families to honor and remember their loved ones
Prospective families looking to have any final questions answered ahead of the Nov. 1 application deadline will have an invaluable opportunity to discuss the full scope of life at Baylor and what it means to be a part of the Baylor Family, with First Gentleman Brad Livingstone.
Voting provides an opportunity for us to exercise one of our most important privileges and rights as Americans.
Students who apply by November 1 receive earlier admission decisions—and that’s just the start. Learn about the benefits to incoming students that applying early can deliver.
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President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D. has established a Spiritual Wellbeing task force to explore the needs and opportunities for programming that will nurture the faith of faculty and staff, initiate programs that arise out of that exploration and make further recommendations for ongoing activities by May 2023.
At Baylor, faith is central to who we are as an institution. It guides the minds and hearts of faculty and staff as we strive to prepare students for a life of leadership and service in the world.
Join Christina Sell, international yoga teacher and author of three books on yoga and body image, for an interactive talk about body image, spirituality, and living in alignment with your true self.
Baylor recognizes World Mental Health Awareness Day with campus event
Oct. 10, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Fountain Mall
National Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. On this day, citizens of the United States over age 18 will have the opportunity to vote. For many college students, this will be their first chance to vote in a national election. Baylor is committed to supporting students’ rights to vote and providing the necessary resources to help them make plans to participate in this vital part of our democracy.
A range of opportunities on campus and in Waco enrich Baylor’s celebration.
Baylor 101 is intended to share insights and information on topics of interest to faculty and staff in easy-to-consume, brief updates throughout the year.
Aero at Baylor, an award-winning student group focused on aerospace engineering, is advancing new frontiers for members.