East Village joins North Village (2004) and Brooks Village (2007) as new Baylor residence halls that have opened in the last 10 years. Prior to those, the last new Baylor residence was South Russell, built in 1967. This year, South Russell is closed for a massive renovation; each of Baylor's older halls will undergo a similar update, one a year, over the next decade or so. Even with South Russell offline, about 40% of Baylor's student body will live on campus this fall.
By REGINA DENNIS - The apartment-style dorm room options in Baylor University's newest residential hall represent the school's largest push to encourage more upperclassmen to live on campus for their entire undergraduate experience.
As a “thank you” to the men and women who have worked so hard to make the new East Village Residential Community a reality, Baylor held a special Dr Pepper Hour of sorts last week right there in the new facility’s courtyard. The event included Dr Pepper floats for the construction workers and a brief [...]
After a long discussion process led by a committee of faculty, staff and students, the two main buildings that will make up East Village Residential Community now have names honoring two distinguished (but perhaps not well-known) Baylor alumni. The north building will be the Gordon Teal Residential College, named for the 1927 Baylor graduate who [...]
Baylor Regents Approve On-Campus Track and Field Stadium, Move Forward in Design Development for New School of Business Building
WACO, Texas (May 17, 2013) - At their spring meeting today, the Baylor University Board of Regents approved construction of phase one of a new on-campus track and field stadium and voted to move forward in developing the design for the proposed new School of Business building.
Baylor Regents Approve $120 Million in Capital Improvements, Including Construction of East Village Residential Community, Renovation of Marrs McLean Science Building, Next Phase of BRIC Construction
WACO, Texas (Nov. 4, 2011) - At its annual Homecoming meeting today, the Baylor University Board of Regents approved $120 million in capital improvements, the largest investment in construction on the Baylor campus since the Baylor Sciences Building in 2004. Construction will be financed through the issuance of bonds and will include a new 700-bed residential complex and dining facility on the east side of campus, the renovation of the Marrs McLean Science Building and Phase 2 of initial construction on academic and research space in the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative (BRIC).