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Baylor 2012
A Decade of Remarkable Progress: 2002-2012

Baylor > Baylor 2012 > Imperatives > Imperative VII

Provide outstanding academic facilities
Understanding that academic excellence relies in part on superior facilities, Baylor will construct a world-class science building that will host a full complement of natural science teaching, research and experimentation on campus. Our undergraduate and graduate programs in Museum Studies will find a permanent home in the Harry and Anna Jeanes Discovery Center. Baylor will design an Academic Success Center, located prominently on campus, which will house a program aimed at increasing both student retention and graduation rates by ten percent by the year 2012. Further, Baylor will augment its Fine Arts Programs by completing Phase II of the Music Building Project and, secondly, improve Engineering and Computer Science facilities by providing upgraded space for laboratories.

Original Goals to Achieve Imperative VII
  • Construct a new Life Sciences Building
  • Construct the Jeanes Discovery Center, Mayborn Natural Sciences and Cultural History Museum complex
  • Renovate Morrison Constitution Hall
  • Augment the Fine Arts facilities
  • Renovate the Engineering and Computer Sciences Building facilities
  • Construct an Academic Success Center