Reminder from Parking Services

Happy New Year and welcome back to campus! If you are driving a new vehicle to campus this semester - or a current vehicle with NEW plates - remember to update your parking account!

Feeling Stressed or Overwhelmed?

Ever feel stressed or overwhelmed? Join us for the Stress Management Workshop and get tools to help.

Switching to the High Deductible Health Plan?

If you elected to enroll in the HDHP for 2017 and currently have a balance in your PPO healthcare Flexible Spending Account, you must spend the remaining dollars and have a ZERO balance as of December 31, 2016.

Need eyeglasses or contacts before the new year?

If you currently subscribe to Baylor's supplemental vision insurance, National Vision Administrators (NVA), you may wish to consider an appointment with your provider before the end of the year, especially if you need to exhaust your Flexible Spending Account balance.

W. Basketball. Davis Selected Big 12 Player of the Week

Senior Nina Davis earned her first Big 12 Player of the Week award of the season and the eighth of her career, the league office announced on Monday afternoon.

M. Basketball. Motley On Oscar Robertson Trophy Midseason Watch List

Baylor basketball forward Johnathan Motley is one of 19 players on the Oscar Robertson Trophy midseason watch list, as announced Monday by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.

M. Basketball. Motley Earns BU-Record Fourth Big 12 Player of Week Honor

Baylor junior forward Johnathan Motley was named the Phillips 66 Big 12 Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, as voted on by a panel of media members and announced Monday by the conference office.

W. Tennis. WTEN Prevails in Dual-Match Doubleheader

The Baylor women’s tennis team (2-0) played its way to a dual-match doubleheader sweep, picking up wins over UTRGV (1-1) and McNeese State (1-2) on Sunday afternoon inside the Hawkins Indoor Tennis Center. The Lady Bears bested both the Vaqueros and the Cowgirls, 4-0.

Baylor biology prof’s research helps end 30-year Oklahoma-Arkansas feud

Imagine you’ve had a clean, clear river or creek running through your backyard for years — then one day, you notice the water isn’t as bright as it used to be. Algae is growing, fish are less plentiful, and your creek is getting cloudy. A little investigative work suggests the culprit is your upstream neighbor, through whose property the […]

#BearsOfBaylor — “To be really healed, people have to be really seen and really heard.”

“I’m a counselor because I like to be with people and I like to see people and let people know there are people who can see all of them — the good parts and the not-so-good parts. Once we were having a Bible study, and the pastor mentioned that every time someone got healed, it […]

Communication Sciences and Disorders’ new home serves BU students — and Waco

Last year, Baylor received an incredible — and anonymous — $10 million gift to transform the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders (CSD). Part of that gift allowed CSD to move into a new home, leaving Neill Morris Hall for a newly renovated Cashion Academic Center — and what a beautiful new home it is! Approximately 18,000 square feet on […]

Lariat reporters to cover Inauguration live — thanks in part to D.C.-area alumni

Eight years ago, a team of Baylor journalism students covered the presidential inauguration live in Washington, D.C. This week, seven more Baylor students are enjoying the same experience — thanks in part to a group of D.C.-area alumni. The team of seven students includes five Lariat staff members (editor-in-chief Gavin Pugh, digital managing editor Didi Martinez, broadcast […]


Renee & Andrew Meyer

Congratulations to faculty members Renee Umstaddt Meyer and Andrew Meyer, health, human performance and recreation, on the birth of their daughter Cora Marie on January 4, 2017.

Hannah King

Congratulations to staff member Hannah King, office of the registrar, and spouse Justin, faculty member in Religion and the Honors College, on the birth of their son, Grayson Skinner King, on December 6, 2016.

Amos Barker

Congratulations to Amos Barker, student financial aid, and spouse Alisha, on the birth of their daughter Juliana Alexa on November 21,2016.

Kimo Cummings

Congratulations to staff member Kimo Cummings, academic integrity, and spouse Joanna on the birth of their son, James Walker Cummings on November 2, 2016.

With Sympathy

Brennon Arnold

Sympathies to Brennon Arnold, Assistant Director for Internet Systems in the ITS - Internet Systems & Services Department, on the passing of his mother, Mrs. Amy Arnold, on January 18th.

Kathy Gorgas

Sympathies to Kathy Gorgas, Senior Account Payable Administrator in the Accounts Payable Department, on the passing of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Hazel Gorgas, on January 21st.

Becky Cliett

Sympathies to Becky Cliett, Senior Payroll Coordinator in the Payroll Department, on the passing of her sister, Ms. Sharon Monday, on January 11, 2017.

Felicia Cruz

Sympathies to Felicia Cruz, Director of Legal International Services in General Counsel, on the passing of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Juanita Salazar, on January 12, 2017.

Austin American-Statesman: Immortal 10 honored in Round Rock

Jan. 23, 2017
The City of Round Rock and Baylor University are forever bonded by a tragic accident in 1927 that took the lives of 10 Baylor students who came to be known as the “Immortal Ten.” The accident led to the first highway overpass in Texas, and the city dedicated a memorial bridge on Sunday. “It means so much to all of the students at Baylor,” said Baylor Student Body President Lindsey Bacque, who was among the speakers at the bridge dedication ceremony.

Christian Science Monitor: The Trump era begins

Jan. 20, 2017
David Clinton, Ph.D., chair of political science in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences, is quoted in this article about the U.S. presidential transition.

Ghana Business News: Profile of the Vice President-Elect

Jan. 7, 2017
Profile of the recently elected Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who taught from 1996-2000 in the department of economics in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business. In 1998, he received Baylor’s Young Researcher Award. He returned to Ghana in 2000 to work as the research director for the Bank of Ghana (the central bank) and later was appointed Deputy Governor of the Bank, in charge of monetary policy, in 2006.

KCEN-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/NBC): 90 years since the 'Immortal Ten' crash

Jan. 21, 2017
VIDEO: On Sunday, the City of Round Rock gathered with Baylor alumni, staff and students to dedicate the Mays Street Bridge to "The Immortal Ten," the 10 Baylor students who died in the tragic bus-train collision in 1927. "It's the reason you're working so hard on your studies and in the library and in the community with one another. Because you're able to do those things and complete what the 'Immortal Ten' weren't during their time at Baylor,” said Baylor Student Body President Lindsey Bacque, who was among the speakers at the event.

National Academy of Sciences Member to Deliver Geoscience Lectures

WACO, Texas (Jan. 24, 2017) – National Academy of Sciences member Katherine Freeman, Ph.D., the Evan Pugh University Professor at Pennsylvania State University, will deliver two geoscience lectures as part of the O.T. Hayward Distinguished Lecture Series on Thursday, Jan. 26, and Friday, Jan. 27.

Author of The New York Times Best-seller ‘Blackout: Remembering Things I Drank to Forget’ to Speak at Baylor Feb. 2

WACO, Texas, (Jan. 23, 2017) — Journalist Sarah Hepola — author of <i>The New York Times</i> best-seller “Blackout: Remembering Things I Drank to Forget” — will speak at Baylor University on Thursday, Feb. 2.

Regents Receive Governance Task Force Recommendations

In November 2016, the Governance Committee of the Baylor University Board of Regents approached six individuals with significant for-profit and not-for-profit board governance experience to form a Task Force to complete a detailed, independent review of the Board's governance policies and practices.

Regents Receive Governance Task Force Recommendations

In November 2016, the Governance Committee of the Baylor University Board of Regents approached six individuals with significant for-profit and not-for-profit board governance experience to form a Task Force to complete a detailed, independent review of the Board's governance policies and practices.

Acts of Love

Truett graduate Jeremy Courtney (MDiv ’04) was recently named Baylor University’s Young Alumnus of the year. Courtney cofounded Preemptive Love Coalition, a global coalition of peacemakers changing the way we engage the world’s most polarizing conflicts by confronting fear with acts of love.

Baylor and Xavier University of Louisiana

Baylor signed its first ever exchange program with an HBCU on Thursday, October 20th.

Engineers in the Field

Supported by a Missions Research grant from Baylor Missions, students and faculty from the organization Engineers with a Mission travelled to Laredo, Texas in July 2016 to drill a water well. Despite being only 15 miles outside of Laredo, the people that live in the Las Lomas colonia do not have running water in their homes.…

Remembering our Hope

In the midst of the challenges we are facing at Baylor, it is important for us to remember “the hope to which we have been called” (Eph. 1:18).  In a reflection this past summer for Baylor Magazine (, I note that the virtue of hope enables us to face the brokenness of our lives and…

Mar. 29 2:00-3:00pmSpring Staff Forum