Advanced Studies is a program that allows qualified high school students to take courses at Baylor during the summer after their junior year. Students may attend either one or both summer sessions if they meet the admission requirements. Students must complete their junior year with appropriate progress made toward graduation, either rank in the top quarter of their high school class or have a 3.4 GPA as calculated by Baylor for schools that do not rank and score at least 1210 on the SAT or 27 on the ACT, and must have the recommendation of their high school counselor. While Advanced Studies is primarily a summer program, Waco area students who live at home may also take courses during their senior year in high school. Learn more about Advanced Studies.
The Christian Leadership Institute offers rising high school seniors from across the country the opportunity to come together to discover their personal potential for influencing the world around them, identify ways to leverage their strengths for greater impact and success, and listen for God's calling on their lives. It includes team building activities, ropes and challenge course activities, a community service project, and meaningful small group interaction and discussion among other thing. For more information, please visit baylor.edu/christianleadership.
Explore ECS are special visit days for prospective engineering and computer science students to learn about the diverse opportunities Baylor offers its ECS students. You'll walk away from your visit with an insider perspective on Baylor and the School of Engineering and Computer Science.
The Renaissance Scholar Program aims to help students interested in pre-health areas consider the ethical issues facing the field of medicine and science today. Spend a week engaged in deep discussions with Baylor professors concerning great philosophers and theologians. During an intensive week of study, you will participate in three courses that will expand your horizons and allow you to explore your role in the future of medicine and the sciences. Learn more at baylor.edu/renaissancescholar.