Parents Network

Parents Network

Connect. Inform. Engage.

The Baylor Parents Network is here to serve and support you, our Baylor Parents, and to be your link to Baylor University.

Do you have questions? We are here to help you find answers, connecting parents to resources and information to support your student.

Do you want to build friendships with other Baylor parents and families in your area? From Parents in Prayer to Care Packaging Parties to Send-off Parties, our events stretch coast-to-coast and provide easy ways for you to engage with other Bears in your community.

Baylor Family News

Living On Campus Oct. 16, 2018 In just three weeks, students will be able to re-apply to live on campus during the 2019-20 school year. The sooner your student applies, the more likely he or she is to find their preferred living situation. Learn more about on-campus options and key dates for housing selection. Getting the Classes Your Student Needs: 4 Tips for Advisement Oct. 15, 2018 Students can begin registering for spring classes later this month. But first, they need to visit with their advisor to prepare. What steps should your student take to get the classes he or she needs? Bob Shipp from University Advisement answers those questions in this post to parents. Grow Your Grit: 3 Ways to Help Students Build Resilience for Life’s Challenges Oct. 11, 2018 How can you help your student prepare for the inevitable challenges of being a college student, preparing for a career and more? Sarah Ritter is a lecturer and director of the Master’s program in Baylor’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work. An expert on resiliency and grit, she shares what she’s learned in this post to parents. Chaplain’s Corner: Mickey, Mozart, and Meeting New Neighbors Oct. 3, 2018 Each month on Baylor Family News, a Baylor University chaplain will share thoughts on a timely aspect of the Baylor journey. In this month’s Chaplain’s Corner, Dr. Ryan Richardson, Associate Chaplain and Director of Worship & Chapel, shares lessons about worship and unity he learned from his infant son, and how those lessons are shared through music in chapel.

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