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Prospective Students
Thinking about one of our majors in the College of Arts & Sciences? Here are some handy resources.

Dean's Office Contacts
Need to meet with a dean or contact someone else in the College of Arts & Sciences Dean's Office? Here's everything you need to know.

Advising
Information on academic advisement in the College of Arts & Sciences and other topics such as changing majors, transferring credit and checking your GPA

Attendance Policy
Review the updated Arts & Sciences attendance policy to make sure you earn course credit

Forms for Current Students
Links to forms to declare or change a major or minor, perform a degree audit, secure transfer credit and complete commencement and graduation

Degree Certification Office and Graduation
The Office of Degree Certification in the College of Arts & Sciences provides the information you need to successfully complete the graduation process.

Correspondence Courses
A limited number of undergraduate courses may be taken by correspondence to meet the needs of Baylor students. Here's where to start if you are thinking about taking courses through correspondence.

Pre-Law Resources
Information for students who want to pursue a career in law.

Prehealth Programs
Explore the eight prehealth programs of study offered by Baylor and learn about housing, advisement and special research and educational opportunities related to healthcare.

National and International Scholarships
Baylor's SPARK -- Scholarship Programs, Awards, Research, Knowledge -- supports students who seek a rich, even extraordinary, undergraduate education. With SPARK's guidance, Baylor students have been successful in obtaining prestigious scholarships and research opportunities around the world.

Special Academic Programs
Explore the wide variety of special academic programs available to College of Arts & Sciences students, including Air Force and Army ROTC, the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core, study abroad and the Honors, Great Texts and University Scholars programs.