Campus Communities

Baylor Latinas Unidas

Latinas Unidas is a group for women of all Latin American backgrounds to come together for open discussion in an environment of empowerment, growth, and fellowship.

Contact Jamie Lopez for more information.

 

Baylor VETS

VETS (Veteran Educational and Transition Services) is on a mission to promote the academic success of veterans at Baylor University. All Baylor students who are veterans are eligible for the free benefits offered through the VETS Program.

We understand that though veterans may have shared a common military culture, each student's experience is unique. Therefore, we have sought to partner with a range of departments and their corresponding resources in order to ensure that support is provided to the specific and unique challenges that our veterans face. Also, we recognize that our student veterans have a lot to contribute to the Baylor community. Our veterans bring developed leadership skills, discipline, global perspectives and tested hearts for service, just to name a few. VETS aims to support Baylor's veterans as they enrichen our Baylor community through sharing their insight and gifts within the classroom, campus and community. Veterans have served our nation, so now is the time to serve these students to ensure a successful transition from "salutes to sic 'ems!"

 

First Generation Students

Will you be the first in your family to earn a college degree? Baylor University is pleased to welcome you as the first, or among the first in your family to attend college. Being a first-generation college student is a proud accomplishment. Baylor recognizes that you will face unique experiences as you begin this exciting journey and we look forward to supporting you!

 

M.I.S.T.E.R.

MISTER (Males Inspiring Success Through Education and Relationships) aims and seeks to find ways of supporting, nurturing, and bolstering persistence of social, religious, and academic performance among minority males at Baylor University. Through the Department of Multicultural Affairs, MISTER provides a place for minority males to explore issues impacting them as they conceptualize positive features for themselves. This organization is open to all students, friends, and allies who are interested in being a supportive presence in the lives of these young men.

Contact Geoffrey Griggs for more information.

 

Men For Change

we belong. we connect. we serve.

Baylor Men For Change is a collaborative effort among Spiritual Life, Multicultural Affairs, and the Counseling Center to provide a mentoring community on campus for men to meet and to discuss ideas of spirituality and masculinity in a brave space.* The Baylor Men for Change community is also an advocacy group that attempts to critique toxic masculinity in our culture and to help Baylor men discover other, healthier versions of masculinity.

Learn more by clicking the link above or emailing Josh Ritter, Geoffrey Griggs, or Don Arterbury.

 

My Sister, My Self

Baylor University's "My Sister, MySelf" is a unique series of monthly meetings dedicated to addressing contemporary issues facing Black Women and Women of Color. Our goal is to share information on ways in which we can improve ourselves individually and collectively in the community, home, and professional world.

We desire to create a comfortable environment where in-depth discussion can encourage self-improvement, community and cultural awareness and global thinking. Most importantly, My Sister, Myself seeks to facilitate a casual space where participants can be encouraged and refreshed through fellowship.

Want to get involved? Email Ramona Curtis, Monique Marsh, Gretel Hill, or Courtney Streat.