The Little Things
Faculty and staff are eligible for discounted or free admission to campus Athletic events.
Baylor Bookstore offers 10 percent discount on all items including books for all ages, Baylor Bear apparel, gift items and more, except those items "on sale." Computer software is available to purchase at a reduced price, and you may elect to purchase via payroll deduction if desired.
Plays are presented throughout the year. Season tickets are available, as are tickets for individual performances. For more information, including dates and ticket prices, call 710-1865.
Student Life Center (SLC) Fitness Center, Gymnasiums, and Swimming Pool;
Tennis, Basketball, and Racquetball Courts;
Bear Aerobics Fitness Programs, Employee Sports Program.
Checks may be cashed with no fee at the Cashier's Office located on the first floor of the Clifton Robinson Tower. Proper identification is required.
Services of 1st University Credit Union are available to Baylor Faculty and Staff. The office is located at 24 LaSalle Ave., and is open 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, please call 254-752-2797.
The University offers several dining venues on campus. Some of the dining venues on campus are subsidized for faculty and staff. Based on the person's benefit status, faculty and staff may be eligible for up to 50% off at some dining venues.
Employee Assistance Program
Baylor provides an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to help eligible faculty, staff and their eligible household family members who desire direction in time of crisis or day-to-day life issues. This benefit includes, but is not limited to, free face-to-face counseling services, unlimited telephonic counseling and a vast amount of online resources for virtually all kinds of "life" issues - from planning a birthday party to writing a will.
The Baylor Game Room exists to build community amongst Baylor students, faculty, and staff. Located on the lower level of the Bill Daniel Student Center, our facilities boasts 5 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, billiard tables, foosball tables, ping pong, shuffleboard, classic board games, and a TV lounge with Wii capability. Parties may also be booked. Baylor ID must be presented. Call 710-2819 for hours of operation and prices.
Health Promotion Programs from BCBS
BlueCross BlueShield offers resources and tools for health and wellness information. Use the BCBS tools to help manage your health and make informed health care decisions.
Located in the Student Life Center, select services are rendered to faculty and staff at a minimum fee based on costs to the center. These are limited to: TB skin test, vaccinations and inoculations for overseas travel, flu vaccines, pharmacy prescriptions filled. Baylor ID must be presented.
Martin Museum of Art
Located in the Hooper-Schaefer Fine Arts Center. A permanent collection of approximately 1150 objects represents a wide variety of art that has been donated to or purchased by Baylor University. The collection contains artwork by such well-known artists as Robert Rauschenberg, Kathe Kollwitz, Francisco de Goya, and Edouard-Leon Cortes. Included in the collection are approximately 300 paintings representing famous watercolor artists such as George Post, Phil Dike, Edgar Whitney, and John Marin.
Visit with Kim Johnson, licensed massage therapist with the Campus Recreation team. Call 254-710-7542 to schedule an appointment.
Mayborn Museum Complex
Located on the Baylor University campus, the Mayborn Museum Complex features a natural science and cultural history museum focusing on Central Texas with walk-in dioramas including one on the Waco Mammoth Site, and exploration stations for geology, paleontology, archaeology, and natural history. In addition to the natural history exhibits, there are seventeen themed discovery rooms which encourage hands-on learning for all ages. Explore the Governor Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village, with nine wood frame buildings that provide a glimpse into the past, bringing to life a community in the 1890s. Baylor Faculty and Staff receive a 20% discount on museum membership. Click on the link above for more information.
Through the Naturally Slim program, you have the opportunity to lose weight, feel better, and decrease your risk factors for metabolic syndrome. Naturally Slim focuses on the issue of metabolic syndrome and offers methods to help you create changes in your behavior. Cost for the Naturally Slim program is covered by BCBS - Naturally Slim claims will automatically be filed with BCBS and paid by BCBS based on the number of classes completed. Naturally Slim qualifies as preventive care and the deductible does not have to be met. No out of pocket expense for program participants.
Personal Cell Phone Discounts
As an employee of Baylor University, you could be saving on the monthly service charge for AT&T or Verizon qualified wireless plans.
School of Music
Concerts, recitals, operas, symphony orchestra, guest artists and bands perform throughout the year. Schedules and more information is available through the School of Music, 710-3991.
Faculty and staff have access to a variety of resources and services through the Baylor Libraries. The Libraries serve as the academic life center of the Baylor community, supporting teaching, learning, and research; providing vast collections, instructional services, academic technology tools; and supporting new approaches to data and research. The Libraries also support the lifelong learning of faculty and staff, who may borrow physical materials, access thousands of online research resources, experience exhibitions of rare collections, participate in special events, and meet with colleagues at Starbucks in Moody Library. To explore the resources available to faculty and staff, visit the Baylor Libraries website at baylor.edu/library and review the "Services for Faculty & Staff" under the Services menu.
Vanguard College Preparatory School Scholarship Offer
In memory of Baylor professor and Vanguard founding member Dr. Louis Bright, Vanguard will annually offer a full tuition merit scholarship to a full time Baylor faculty/staff member's incoming 7th grader.
Participate in a long established and effective program by attending a weekly meeting on Tuesdays in Pat Neff 300.