A freshman applicant is any student who meets one of the following:
A transfer student is any student who has completed a fall or spring semester of college after high school graduation.
A Non-Degree seeking student is one who desires to enroll in classes at Baylor but does not intend to pursue a degree from Baylor. Students may desire to take classes for personal enrichment, or one of the following programs:
An exchange student is one who is pursuing a degree at another school, and will be participating in one of Baylor's exchange programs. Students must write down the name of the exchange program they are participating in. If you have questions regarding this, contact the International Student and Scholar Services Office.
2. Study Abroad
Students desiring to participate in one of Baylor's Study Abroad Programs, but are pursuing a degree at another college/university may apply as a Non-Degree Seeking student in order to enroll in the study abroad program. Students must write down the name of the study abroad program in which they are participating. If you have questions regarding this, contact the International Student and Scholar Services Office.
3. Visiting Student
A visiting student is any student who is pursuing a degree at another school and is in good standing at that school according to the registrar. Transient students will not pursue a degree at Baylor, but are interested in taking courses at Baylor.
4. Advanced Studies
An Advanced Studies applicant is a superior high school student applying to either one or both summer sessions, and must meet the following requirements for admission:
Post Baccalaureate applicants are students who have completed a degree at another college or university and are now seeking a second degree. The second degree must be a different degree with a different major from the student's first degree and major.
The Readmission classification is reserved for the following: