Baylor's Summer of Discovery is making it easy for incoming Baylor students to get a jump start on classes from home this summer with an innovative collection of discounted online course bundles.
Summer of Discovery classes will be taught by Baylor faculty in the supportive Christian environment that is a hallmark of a Baylor education. In addition, students will learn alongside new friends who will be a part of their lives on campus.
Here's how it works:
- Review the Summer of Discovery online course bundles and summer sessions in which they are offered.
- Summer classes will be held online and are available across two summer sessions in 2021– Summer 1 (June 1-July 6) and Summer 2 (July 8-Aug. 11).
- Students may choose to attend one or both summer sessions.
- Many summer classes are filling up fast. Talk with your advisor about the courses highlighted on the General Courses page.
- Courses taken at Baylor in the Summer are discounted from regular tuition. As a part of the Summer of Discovery program, students receive greater discounts as the number of classes taken increases.
- Take 6 credit hours at a discounted flat tuition rate of $3,500 and save nearly $5,000 on regular summer tuition.
- Take 9 credit hours at a discounted flat tuition rate of $5,000 and save more than $7,500.
- Students may take a maximum of 8 hours in any single summer session. The bundle discount applies to cumulative class hours taken across both sessions.
- After receiving your Baylor acceptance, students interested in Summer of Discovery will login to their goBAYLOR account and change their entry term to Summer 2021.
Learn about Summer of Discovery bundles for incoming students in these schools and colleges:
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In order to ensure compliance with state laws regarding consent to treatment, the reduced student fees payable for the online summer session by non-degree-seeking students, incoming freshmen, and transfers do not permit access to Baylor Health Services or Counseling Center. Academic counseling, applicable academic accommodations for disabilities, and other academic services are available for online non-degree-seeking students, incoming freshmen, and transfers. Online students who are present in Waco may use University Libraries, McLane Student Life Center, and other facilities that are open to students. All facilities are subject to closure at any time per government order or at Baylor’s discretion.