Current Situation

Baylor University's in-person spring semester concluded April 29, 2021. May Minimester is underway from May 12-28, 2021. The Summer I term begins June 1, 2021.

  • COVID vaccines are available from the Baylor Health Center now and throughout the summer. Click HERE or call 254-710-1010 for appointments. Fast break to fall: Get vaccinated & help Baylor dominate COVID-19!
  • Already vaccinated? Confirm your vaccination at www.baylor.edu/vaccine.
  • Regular weekly COVID-19 testing continues for non-exempt students, faculty and staff. 

Updates

May
13
2021
It took me a few days, but I finally recovered from six Commencement ceremonies over three days as we recognized the Classes of 2020 and 2021 last week at McLane Stadium.
May
12
2021
As we transition to summer, the continued safety of Baylor students, faculty and staff is of the utmost importance, especially as we continue our preparations for more normal operations in the fall. We ask that you continue to adhere to COVID-19 weekly testing requirements unless you have an exemption*. Also, please take note of the new guidelines below regarding occupancy, face coverings and domestic travel.
May
7
2021
As we head into summer, Baylor University will be adjusting its regular weekly COVID-19 testing locations and hours.
May
6
2021
Congratulations to the 3,649 graduates of the Classes of 2020 and 2021 who are participating in Commencement ceremonies today through Saturday at McLane Stadium!
Apr
29
2021
As we prepare for the last leg of the semester with final exams beginning tomorrow, I am reminded once again about what a remarkable journey we have been on this spring. It truly has been a marathon!
Apr
25
2021
Baylor University has received a limited amount of the two-shot Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.  We currently have appointments available at the Health Center on Monday, April 26, and Thursday, April 29. We strongly encourage you to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
Apr
22
2021
This week we have collectively witnessed a pivotal moment in history and a critically important step in our nation’s journey to acknowledge and address racism by taking active steps to protect the rights of every person. The Chauvin verdict cannot be seen as an end, but as a beginning.
Apr
15
2021
As the spring semester calendar winds down, I know our students are racing toward the academic finish line as they complete assignments, wrap up group projects and prepare for final exams.
Apr
8
2021
What an exciting week this has been for the Baylor Family! Congratulations to men’s basketball coach Scott Drew, his staff and our student-athletes for winning the national championship over Gonzaga Monday night in Indianapolis.

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