The Graduate Research Center, which opened its doors in August 2016, provides Baylor graduate students and faculty with resources designed to support and inspire graduate students and faculty in their academic endeavors.

Located on the second floor of the W. R. Poage Legislative Library, but also accessible from the second floor corridor between Moody and Jones libraries, the GRC features the Pattie Orr Graduate Research Commons (a quiet study area affectionately called, "The Incubator"), five collaboration rooms, a conference room, lounge and break room. A visualization studio is also available to host those incorporating digital scholarship into their research or their classes.

The GRC not only provides spaces that inspire inquiry and analysis, but is also home to regular programming provided by the Baylor Libraries and other campus partners that highlight relevant and challenging topics. In addition, the GRC hosts campus resources specifically geared to graduate students, such as the Graduate Writing Center and the "Let's Talk" program presented by the Counseling Center.

The GRC is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. The Pattie Orr Graduate Research Commons remains open until 1:00 a.m. and is open on weekends, but can only be accessed from the corridor between Moody and Jones Libraries during these additional hours.

Use this simple map to find your way to the Graduate Research Center.

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