1. Am I eligible if I've earned previous college credit?
Baylor Bound is intended for students who have completed no more than 15 college credit hours toward their degree plan. If you have earned more than 15 credit hours, however, you can still use the Baylor Bound MAPs to guide your course selection at your participating partner institution.
2. Is transfer admission to Baylor guaranteed if I participate in Baylor Bound?
No, you must still go through the transfer admission process and meet requirements to be admitted.
3. What are the benefits of Baylor Bound?
The main benefit is that you're proactively enrolling in classes that are guaranteed to transfer to Baylor. When you join Baylor Bound, we'll work closely with you during your semesters at the partner college and throughout the transfer application process. You'll also be invited to exclusive visit events so you can continue learning about Baylor.
4. What are the academic requirements to be involved with the Baylor Bound Transfer Agreements?
Baylor Bound is available to all students beginning their pursuit of a degree in one of the participating Baylor Bound majors.
To transfer to Baylor, however, a student must meet Baylor transfer admissions standards. For more information about current Baylor transfer requirements, visit baylor.edu/transfer.
5. What steps should I take to apply to my partner college and to apply for financial aid?
Specific information about applying to our partner colleges and applying for financial aid can be found on their individual websites.
6. How and when do I get advised?
You should be advised during the spring or summer before the fall semester that you plan to start at the partner college. Students are responsible for setting up their advising at the partner college and informing the advisor of their participation in Baylor Bound Transfer Agreements.
7. How does the Baylor transfer process work?
Our website provides all the details about the transfer application process. If you have questions, call us at (254) 710-3435 to speak with your transfer admissions counselor.