Living on campus is far from a one-size-fits-all proposition. Whether you're a first-year, transfer, or continuing upper-division student, you'll find a home among the rich diversity of living environments Baylor offers. What kind of residential community will best meet your needs and preferences? Take a quick look at the three basic on-campus housing options at Baylor: Traditional Halls, Living-Learning Programs, and Upper-division Apartments.
Traditional Residence Halls
Students living in a traditional hall are provided with many opportunities to build a strong sense of community through various room options (double or triple) and shared spaces (study lounges, lobbies, and common hallways). Some traditional living areas also include a residential restaurant on site. Every year, a handful of current students choose to stay in traditional halls, provided space is available.
For current upper-division and transfer students who desire apartment-style living arrangements, Baylor features several choices spread across campus.
Academic Specific Housing
Academic Specific Housing includes our Living-Learning Programs. Living-Learning Programs are communities where students live together and participate in academic and/or co-curricular programming designed especially for them. Students share common academic courses or activities and have access to on-site services including faculty offices, classrooms and enhanced programming. Generally, Living-Learning Programs are open to students from all classifications (freshmen to seniors) and all majors. A few programs have restrictions. Look for the eligibility information on each Living-Learning Programs page.