More than Class Schedules
During summer orientation, new students select their fall classes, discover student organizations, and forge friendships as they prepare for life at Baylor.
Move-In Day: What’s It Like?
Thousands of faculty, staff, and students will literally carry the load so new students can focus on settling into their new homes.
Faith & Sports Institute
Baylor’s Truett Seminary created a seven-day summer retreat on campus designed to test the mind, body and spirit.
Baylor has acquired a limited Heritage Edition of the Saint John’s Bible that features 160 illuminations that weave together the Biblical narrative.
From classic chapels to simple gardens, Baylor has purposefully created spaces on campus for both individual and corporate worship and prayer.
Preserving the Pulpit
In recent years, Professor Robert Darden and his team have been preserving recorded sermons from black preachers in addition to gospel music.
The Power of Words
A note of encouragement from another student changed Ben Woolley’s (BA ‘17) path at Baylor and led him to pursue a music career in Nashville.
Trial by Fire
Baylor Law’s intense and demanding trial advocacy program was recently ranked No. 2 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Surviving and Thriving
The Gulf killifish has overcome the polluted conditions of the Houston Ship Channel, and Dr. Cole Matson set out to know how.
Six Baylor Bears were selected in the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft. Junior catcher Shea Langaliers was selected 9th overall by the Atlanta Braves.
All the Pieces Fit
Unexpected departures and additions reshaped a Sweet 16 Lady Bears squad into a team destined to be national champions.
Excavating Music History
Dr. Horace Maxile Jr. shines a light on the important contributions made to classical and concert music by generations of African Americans.
Dr. Sara Perry teaches and conducts research in management-related topics, including negotiation, employee stress and health, innovation and leadership.
Senior Christina Gaw discusses how mentorships between graduate and undergraduate students is vital to Baylor’s success as a research institution.
An Impactful Discovery
Baylor researchers drew national attention in June with their discovery of a large, mysterious mass of material beneath an enormous crater on the moon.
Senior lecturer in communications Jane Damron shares what it means to practice intentional communication—in person, on social media, and more.
Alumni follow different paths to chart innovative designs for golf, Formula One, residential and commercial projects.
A Miraculous Summer
Senior Jonathan Ladner describes how a caring Baylor mentor helped him take advantage of a learning opportunity that transformed his outlook on life.
With a stunning campus, it's no surprise that artists in the Baylor Family use their talents to capture its splendor.
Establishing a Legacy
After serving as the chair of Baylor’s esteemed theatre arts department for 18 years, Dr. Stan Denman decided to return to teaching and directing last fall.
The Director's Vision
Award-winning filmmaker and film and digital media professor Chris Hansen wants to pull you into his story no matter what screen you’re watching it on.
A 'Moonshot' for U.S. Water
Baylor researchers have partnered with the Department of Energy and other universities in an alliance to address the country’s water security issues.
In the Cyber-Physical Systems Research Lab at the BRIC, Dr. Liang Dong and his team are helping to secure big data generated by the power grid.
Baylor to the Core
Starting in the fall, students will enjoy a new revised Arts & Sciences core curriculum with greater academic flexibility.