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Next Steps After Admission

Admission to an Honors College program is the first step toward a rewarding and fulfilling undergraduate experience at Baylor University. To ensure you continue in the best path on your journey, be sure to proceed with the following steps.

Issa, Amy, HRC #2Honors College Housing: The Honors Residential College (HRC) is housed in two of the most historic buildings in the heart of campus. Students benefit from state of the art facilities, including the hi-tech classroom in Alexander, the Alexander Reading Room, group study areas, the Memorial Reading Room, and the renovated Memorial Chapel, with its astounding collection of stained glass.

Learn more about life in the HRC.

View more information about Alexander Hall and Memorial Hall.

OrientationFinancial Aid: The Honors College offers scholarships for both incoming and current students enrolled in an Honors College program/major. Learn more about these scholarships.

Information about additional scholarships and/or need-based and federal aid, contact Baylor's Academic Scholarships & Financial Aid Web site.

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  2. Phone: 1-800-BAYLOR-U, option 8 or 254-710-2611
  3. E-mail:

Honors Line Camp: This is designed specifically for incoming students who have been accepted to University Scholars and/or the Honors Program. New students who select to participate in this unique camp experience will be able to connect with other University Scholar and Honors Program students as well as faculty and staff. The Honors Line Camp is a wonderful way to find community and an outstanding way to learn more about the University as a whole.

Reserve your spot in the Honors Line Camp! Students who have been accepted to University Scholars and/or the Honors Program are eligible to sign up for this exciting experience!

Tell me how to join!

  1. Sign up begins 9 a.m. (CST) Tuesday, March 15.
  2. Sign up for Baylor Line Camp through your goBaylor account.

Cost: $75
Dates: To be announced

For more information about Baylor Line Camp, visit

Garden Party 2007Orientation: Orientation is a two-day program that's essential for all incoming and transfer students. During orientation, you'll meet with an advisor to discuss your degree plan and register for classes, but there is so much more. It is an opportunity to explore academics, campus life, and begin developing important relationships with faculty, staff, and students. There are also opportunities to hear important information and have all of your questions answered.

Make a reservation for orientation.