Baylor > Office of Academic Support Programs > Study Strategies > Transfer Students
Transferring to another college or university is an exciting, but often bewildering, experience. Here is a website that can answer many of your questions. If you don't find the answers you need, stop by the Paul L. Foster Success Center. You will find the Academic Advising, Career Counseling, Career Services, and Office of Access and Accommodation on the first floor of the Sid Richardson Building. Come to the basement and visit the Academic Support Programs staff , tutoring center, supplemental instruction (SI) leaders, computer lab, and study commons.
New transfer students are offered the opportunity to take their first semester of Chapel and participate in BU 1000, a small group program that offers the opportunity to meet Baylor professors, staff, and other transfer students. In the spring, a similar program is offered called Getting Your Bearings. You can find out what other students have said about these opportunities in the column on the right.
If you can't stop by, email us and we'll answer your questions promptly.
Comments from Transfer Students
"This class was very informing and I learned a lot of things about Baylor that not very many professors tell their students."
"I can only speak for myself, but this class is invaluable for transfer students. It provides a well organized overview of Baylor, and the history, traditions, and community of Baylor is awe inspiring. Truly this class provided me with the tools, knowledge and insights to function successfully at Baylor."
" I think this is a beneficial class where unknown knowledge becomes known without waiting to experience it. You don't have to wait for something to happen because you are told how things work."