Three highly-qualified candidates have been selected from those nominated for the 2019 election. A brief profile of each candidate is provided on the adjacent page.
All recipients of a Baylor undergraduate or graduate/professional degree are eligible to vote in the annual election.
The 2019 election will be operated by Election America, a third-party provider with proven expertise in providing reliable, user-friendly elections. Their secure, confidential online system will be utilized to facilitate voting.
Each graduate for whom the University has a valid continental U.S. mailing address (USPS) will receive a window envelope with the Baylor logo and return address reading: Election Processing, P.O. Box 448, Mineola, NY 11501. This envelope will contain individualized credentials and instructions for accessing the voting portal and online ballot.
Any Baylor graduate for whom the University has a valid email address will receive credentials and instructions via email from email@example.com. Please add this address as a safe sender to avoid the email being treated as spam.
The online Alumni-elected Regent ballot will open April 29 and close May 9, 2019. Each graduate may cast one vote for the candidate of their choice. The candidate with the highest number of votes will be selected.
Alumni-elected Regent candidates run on their accomplishments and not on platforms. Campaigning by candidates or anyone affiliated with them is not allowed.
In June 2016, Baylor welcomed Alumni-elected Regents to three-year service terms on the Board. As Alumni-elected Regents complete their terms, Baylor University graduates elect or re-elect Alumni-elected Regents to service.
Alumni-elected Regents may be nominated by the various advisory and advocacy boards and groups associated with Baylor University, or through a nomination supported by the signatures of at least 50 other Baylor graduates.
A nominating committee, composed of two Alumni-elected Regents and two other Regents, reviews the application of each nominee and selects the slate of candidates for election each year.
For a complete guide to the nomination and election process, visit baylor.edu/alumni/regents