I've always wanted to go to Baylor; this program allowed me to have all the benefits of being a full-time Baylor student while getting my lower-level classes over with at MCC. Since I am pre-law, I’ve loved becoming involved with campus organizations such as mock trial. Also, there's nothing like bonding with other students by cheering on the Bears at various sporting events. To those considering Baylor@MCC, I would recommend staying extremely organized. Sometimes it's difficult juggling two campuses, but getting the Baylor experience is worth it.
The Baylor@MCC program was my best route to success at Baylor as an entrepreneurship major. Without this option, I simply wouldn't have the opportunities that I've been given. Since this opens the door to participate as Baylor students, I've been able to develop friendships in the dorms (Go Martin!!!), and through all the community events that Baylor hosts throughout the year. Plus, I share a special connection with most of the other people in Baylor@MCC simply because we're all in the same boat. When making your decision about the program, keep in mind that you'll have to dedicate a fair amount of time off campus and maintain balance between MCC and Baylor. That being said, this program has been an enormous privilege and opportunity for me to graduate with an excellent education, and moreover, develop many long-lasting friendships and connections.
I am a biology, pre-med major, and I decided to join Baylor@MCC because it was my path into Baylor. The Lord really had His hands on my attending both schools and I am so thankful! I have enjoyed the people and the community that I have found with the other students in the program and the friendships I have had with people on both campuses. If you’re thinking about Baylor@MCC, it is good to have a car or carpool with someone who does. Know how much it will cost being in the program and plan accordingly. Talk with financial aid on both campuses about scholarships and what you are eligible for. Enjoy it! It really is a blast!