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Getting Involved

When you arrive on campus, there are a number of ways to get involved in your residence hall.

Hall Leadership Teams

Our traditional residence halls and apartments each have a Hall Leadership Team (HLT). An HLT is a group of residents who work together to shape the hall culture and environment. Serving as an advisory group to the Hall Director(s), members of the HLT represent their hall community and serve to enhance the residential experience of students. As a member of the HLT, students attend weekly meetings and help in preparing events and experiences in their communities.

Intramurals
Baylor's intramural sports program is recognized as one of the top programs in the nation. More than 7,000 students participate each year in intramural sports. Residence halls have teams, and this is a great way to be involved in your community.

Homecoming Hall Decoration Contest
The week leading up to Homecoming, residents add to the campus spirit as they decorate the outside of their buildings and compete for the honor of the best decorated hall.

Treat Night
Every Halloween the residence halls decorate and open their rooms for Baylor faculty and staff children to trick-or-treat. This long-standing tradition is fun for both students and children.

Hall-Specific Traditions
  • Collins- Sisterhood Ceremony
  • Martin- Martin Olympics
  • Residential Colleges- College Council
  • North Village- Hall Council

  • Other ways to get involved:
  • Bible Studies
  • Book Clubs
  • Study Groups
  • TV watching parties (Monday Night Football, Glee, etc.)
  • Make your own tradition and really get involved!