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Baylor 2012
A Decade of Remarkable Progress: 2002-2012

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Baylor will seek to maintain a culture that fosters a conversation about great ideas and the issues that confront humanity and how a Christian world-view interprets and affects them both.

Progress Summary

  1. Critical to this learning community is the students' access to faculty.

    To increase interaction between professors and students, Baylor will seek to provide a student-faculty ratio of 13-to-1. For the student-faculty ratio and for all measures of class size, Baylor is on track to meet our 2012 goals.

  2. To establish a common body of knowledge and academic experience, Baylor will cultivate the reading and discussion of the world's great texts.

    Baylor is making progress. The Great Texts Program has shown considerable growth since its initiation in 2002.

  3. Since writing and speaking are pathways to critical thinking, Baylor will develop writing- and speaking-intensive courses to help students communicate with clarity, simplicity and grace.

    Many degree programs require writing- and speaking-intensive courses. Assessment of senior-level oral presentations indicates competence in speaking.

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