FAQs

What is the magazine's mission?

The mission of Baylor Magazine is to engage Alumni and friends in the advancement of the University. It does this by communicating to Baylor University constituencies the aspirations, needs and accomplishments of the University community in an attractive, compelling, engaging and persuasive manner. Its writing and artwork is of the highest professional standard, reflecting the quality embodied in Baylor's heritage, mission and vision. The magazine fosters a sense of active belonging and pride and compels its readership to action in support of University goals and objectives.

How often is the magazine published?

The magazine is published quarterly: Summer, Fall, Winter & Spring.

Who receives the magazine?

All alumni, senior and graduate students, University faculty and staff, parents of current students and peer institutions receive the magazine. We have a circulation of 120,000-plus.

What office at the University publishes the magazine?

Baylor Magazine is published at no cost to recipients by the Division of Marketing and Communications.

What office prints the Baylor Line?

The Baylor Alumni Association, an independent entity, publishes the Baylor Line quarterly.

How do I make a change of address?

If you are a Baylor alum, update your address through the Baylor Network.

If you are not an alum, you can update your address here.

What kinds of stories do you look for?

We want to bring our readers stories about the people, programs, hopes, accomplishments and challenges of Baylor University. We seek ideas for stories from a variety of sources. In our features, we address societal topics of general interest and the roles Baylor people play in those issues.

Do you use freelance writers?

Yes. You may submit a detailed written query to:

Editor, Baylor Magazine
One Bear Place #97420
Waco, Texas 76798

Can I place an advertisement in the magazine?

Baylor Magazine offers paid advertising space as part of issues. If you are interested in advertising in Baylor Magazine, contact Randy Morrison at 254-710-4366.