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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

Baylor Police Chief Sees Role as a Mission, Not Just a Job Jul. 19, 2018 Long before he became Baylor's chief of police in 2012, Brad Wigtil developed a love for the university. His two children attended Baylor, and their experience berthed in him a desire to support and serve Baylor students. He joined the university in 2012, and explains here how improvements in the ways Baylor protects students go hand-in-hand with his own sense of mission about the job. Record a Commencement Shout-Out Jul. 17, 2018 Shout-out videos are a Baylor tradition that celebrates the role friends and family play in a student’s journey to Commencement. As guests make their way into the ceremony, they enjoy these shout-out videos and look forward to hearing from their student. Your student can record a shout-out video next week. Commencement coordinator Carol Nowlin explains how. The World as my Classroom: Australia Jul. 12, 2018 Halie Hawkins, a communication specialist major from Burleson, Texas, recently concluded a trip to Australia to study natural history and environmental conservation. The trip was one of the many study abroad opportunities that provide students the chance to experience global learning and leadership through a variety of international classes and programs. Hawkins shares her experience in this post for parents. 6 Tips for Student Sleep Jul. 9, 2018 When your student returns to school for the fall semester, he or she will not only adjust to a new class schedule, but a new sleep schedule as well. Baylor sleep expert Michael Scullin shares six tips to help students build healthy sleep habits that can positively impact their academic performance.

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