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Current Students


ADVISING
View the Advising website and get all your questions answered about what classes to take and when to take them.

CAMPUS ACTIVITIES
Become involved in one of the many extracurricular activities Baylor has to offer.

CAREERS
If you love your major but are a little unsure about what jobs are available, these folks can help.

COUNSELING CENTER
Stressed? Depressed? Or just having some trouble transitioning to college life? Baylor's Counseling Center offers assistance in a number of issues that you might face.

EQUIVALENT COURSE CREDIT AND TRANSFER CREDITS
This site is for you if you are a current Baylor student, but you took a class or two elsewhere and want credit for those courses to count towards your Baylor degree.

FORMS
Online forms for declaring or changing your major or graduation date. Or, fill out a form to change your contact info.

MAJORS
View a list of majors offered in the College of Arts & Sciences

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Find out more information on scholarships offered at the local, national and international levels. You can also find information on scholarship opportunities outside of Baylor here.

STUDY ABROAD
Go overseas for a summer, a semester or a year. Check out the 30+ international experiences offered by the University for credit towards your major.

PAUL L. FOSTER SUCCESS CENTER
The Success Center offers academic support programs, career counseling and a variety of other academic services.

PRE-MED AND PRE-HEALTH
PRE-LAW
These programs prepare you for education beyond your bachelor's degree while allowing you to choose any major you want. Learn more about how Baylor can prepare you for medical, dental and law schools.

REGISTRATION
Get more information on closed class permits, pre-requisite waivers, academic probation and early or late registration.

UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG
Tons of useful information about degree programs, courses and other academic policies.

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
Research is an opportunity for you to really explore the things you are the most interested in while being mentored by a faculty member.