The Office of the Center for Academic Success and Engagement can help students gain confidence and recognize available resources to help with academic success. Information is available for Grade Recovery, Mentoring, Probation, Study Strategies, Supplemental Instruction, Tutoring, and preparing for finals.
Tips for Success at Baylor University (videos)
- Baylor Resource Guide 2019-20
- Study Strategies: Six Minutes to Success
- Additional Campus Tips and Resources
- Advice from Graduating Students
- Michelle Obama's I'm First Message
"Baylor has shaped me tremendously, as both a student and an individual, and this is only my sophomore year! Throughout my journey thus far at Baylor, I have significantly expanded my academic ability, forged life-long relationships with my peers and professors, and matured in my relationship with Christ. The intentional, caring nature of the professors I've encountered stands out as one of the key aspects that makes Baylor such an incredible institution. As a first generation college student, I cannot stress enough how important it is to get to know your professors and build relationships with them! They are there because they truly care about you and want to help you succeed! So do not hesitate to utilize their office hours, ask questions, etc. I am extremely thankful to be a Baylor Bear and I cannot wait to see where the next few years take me."
-Rachel Stewart, Pre-Business Sophomore