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Baylor 2012
A Decade of Remarkable Progress: 2002-2012

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Guide all Baylor students through academic and student life programming to understand life as a stewardship and work as a vocation
Baylor's undergraduate programs emphasize the central importance of vocation and service in students' lives and help them explore their value and role in society. At a Christian university, questions such as "Who am I?" and "How should I best use my talents?" should be taken seriously and should guide students as they make life's key decisions. To assist students in addressing such issues, Baylor will develop multiple opportunities, both curricular and co-curricular, for students to discern and understand their life work as a calling and all of life as a stewardship of service.

Original Goals to Achieve Imperative VI
  • Develop curricular and co-curricular programs to help students at all times and all levels discern and understand life as a calling and work as both a stewardship and a calling
  • Expand chapel program and create generation-specific spiritual activities