The Baptist Student Ministries Office (BSM) provides a broad base of religious and social activities for students on the Dallas campus. Activities include Bible studies, local mission opportunities, retreats, and mission trips. The BSM is committed to providing a well-balanced program of ministry opportunities for all students on the Dallas campus. Recreational activities are planned for all students around cultural and sports events in the metroplex area.
Located on the campus of Baylor University Medical Center, the Landry Center provides a comprehensive fitness facility for students. Students are given complimentary membership which entitles them to use this facility free of charge during certain regulated hours of operation.
The Mabel Peters Caruth Learning Resources Center is located on the fourth floor of the nursing school. It is staffed by two master's degree medical librarians, a library associate, and student workers. The librarians are available by appointment for intensive individual research sessions for graduate students. The LRC is open seven days a week for a total of 87 hours with extended hours during finals. The computer lab and study room are open for around the clock use by a secure ID badge controlled entrance. The LRC houses over 4,666 book and journal volumes and receives more than 100 nursing journal titles in print or electronic format, with online access to all of Baylor University's Waco campus electronic resources. The LRC resources include citation and full text databases, e-books, reference material, reserves, high speed printers, a full color touch screen scanner, audiovisual software and equipment, a computer lab, student e-mail and Internet access. The LHSON's poster printer is available for student use for professional presentations. The LRC can obtain journal articles or books not owned via a national network of health sciences libraries as well as through nonmedical library networks.
Professional Organization Sigma Theta Tau: Sigma Theta Tau is the National Honor Society in Nursing. The Eta Gamma Chapter was established at Baylor's Nursing School in 1984. The organization recognizes the achievement of scholarship of superior quality, seeks to recognize the development of leadership qualities, encourages and supports research and other creative work in nursing. For more information click here.