If you know of college fairs happening in the spring that you think we should consider attending, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who submitted complete applications by November 1 will be notified of their admissions decision by January 15. If you know students who have applied already and have not been notified yet, assure them that we are reviewing applications as quickly as possible.
As soon as students are accepted, they can pay the $500 enrollment deposit to secure their spot in the freshman class. Though the deposit isn't due until May 1, submitting it now will allow them to select their housing preferences. Deposits are refundable through May 1.
Baylor Admissions is on Twitter! Follow us at @BeABaylorBear.
Are your students wanting to know what life really looks like as a Bear? Direct them to the Admissions Blog, where they can hear current students talk about their Baylor experience.
Our offices will be closed for Christmas Holidays from December 24-January 1.
Baylor to Baylor Interview Days will take place on January 31. The Baylor2 Medical Track program offers select students dual admission to Baylor and Baylor College of Medicine while Baylor2 Law Track program offers select students dual admission to Baylor and Baylor Law School.
Invitation to Excellence is January 31-February 1. This is our second invitation-only event for high achieving students.
Moody Library provides study space for students 24 hours a day so they have a place to study whenever they need to.
Our new Baylor football stadium will open in Fall 2014, meaning that this year's seniors will be the first group to go to all their home football games in the new stadium.
The School of Education certifies more teachers than any other private institution in Texas and is the only one that includes a one-year teaching internship.
Meet Garrett Peery, one of our Baylor admissions counselors. Garrett is a third generation Baylor Bear who grew up attending football games with his family. As a student, Garrett was actively involved in the Baylor Honors College and graduated with a degree in Medical Humanities.