Do you have a Baylor dependent or referral?

September 22, 2020
The Undergraduate Admissions office would like to request assistance in identifying prospective students interested in Baylor University to provide the best admissions experience for dependents and referrals of the Baylor Family.

Dependents

Faculty and staff with a dependent in high school (9th-12th grade) interested in learning more about Baylor, who have not previously shared their information, are encouraged to submit their student's information through the dependent form. If a senior student has not started the Baylor application process, Undergraduate Admissions would like to learn about them as early as possible this fall. Additionally, faculty and staff can learn more about Baylor’s tuition remission program, which is a benefit for faculty/staff and their student.

Referrals

Faculty and staff are also encouraged to submit referrals. Referrals submitted to Undergraduate Admissions allow the office to provide assistance throughout the admissions process. This may include family members and/or friends in high school, as well as those interested in transferring to Baylor.

The college application process can be time-consuming and daunting. The Undergraduate Admissions Office wants to help students navigate it as successfully as possible by offering the support, encouragement and guidance they need to consider Baylor holistically and get their questions answered.

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