Current Situation

Baylor University began the spring 2022 semester as scheduled and in person on Jan. 18.

  • Questions? See FAQs or contact the Baylor University Call Center at 888-283-2158 Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT. Special weekend hours: Noon to 5 p.m. CT Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 22-23.
  • COVID testing: Regular testing hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the NVCC and Cashion lobby locations. Additional employee testing locations Wednesday & Friday at Robinson Tower and Washington Tower. See testing webpage for more info.
  • NEW: Baylor University Isolation and Quarantine Procedures for Spring 2022 that show what you should do if you are exposed to or test positive for COVID-19.
  • Face coverings temporarily required in certain indoor settings, such as in all academic classrooms and labs, some indoor locations where appropriate social distancing may not be possible, private faculty and staff offices when requested, and other areas designated by posted signage.
  • The vaccination clinic in NVCC has reopened.

Updates

Jan
20
2022
What a great start to the 2022 spring semester! I enjoyed greeting so many of you on the first day of class before heading to Indianapolis for the NCAA Convention this week.
Jan
18
2022
If you have recently received a booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccine through Baylor Health Services or an off-campus provider, please submit your completed vaccination card today to help the University understand how well protected we are as a campus community as we monitor the latest variant.
Jan
18
2022
As we begin the Spring 2022 semester on our campus, Baylor University is required to send an Emergency Notification* under the Clery Act to all students and employees to ensure you are informed about where to access information regarding COVID-19 positive cases on our campus, important personal health and safety precautions and essential sources of information about the coronavirus.
Jan
13
2022
The following update was sent Jan. 13 to faculty, staff and student employees about requirements of the Biden Administration's OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) guidelines that were reversed today by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Jan
13
2022
As I've looked out my office window this week, I've enjoyed seeing our campus steadily come back to life with the return of more and more students. I am excited about the new semester and everything the next few months will bring.
Jan
12
2022
As we start the Spring 2022 semester, I want to provide you with guidance to help us keep the campus safe while also providing academic continuity for our students.
Jan
9
2022
IMPORTANT INFORMATION below regarding students' return to campus.
Jan
7
2022
The following message was sent Jan. 7 to faculty, staff and student employees about requirements of the Biden Administration's OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) guidelines that begin Monday, Jan. 10. The University continues to monitor the legal proceedings regarding the OSHA ETS closely and will provide updates to the campus as necessary.
Jan
6
2022
It’s been nearly a month since my last weekly Presidential Perspective and so much has happened as we concluded 2021 and ushered in the New Year.

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