If your home institution has an agreement with Baylor that includes a housing exchange component the maximum amount Baylor provides for housing is $3,500. If you choose to live in any accommodation that exceeds the $3,500 limit, you will be responsible for paying the remaining balance.
2018-19 housing costs can be found HERE:
Information regarding on-campus student housing can be found HERE:. To live on-campus, you will need to complete both the housing questionnaire and the on-campus occupancy license. These documents will be provided to you once you have been nominated by your home institution. Housing can sometimes be limited, so be sure to provide for 2 or 3 alternative choices.
**Additional On-Campus Information: Please note, once you sign Baylor's occupancy license, you will be contractually obligated to live in an on-campus residence hall. If you want to pursue an off-campus living arrangement, do NOT sign the occupancy license and notify the Exchange Program and Study Abroad Advisor as soon as possible.
If you want to pursue an off-campus living arrangement, do NOT sign the Baylor Occupancy License, and notify the Student Exchange and Study Abroad Advisor of your intent to live off-campus as soon as possible. For information regarding off-campus living, you can go to any of the following websites:
On-Campus Meal Plans
If you are an exchange student from a school with meal plans included in the exchange, a meal plan will be automatically assigned to you and you do not need to register for them. Talk to the Study Abroad Advisor at your home school to find out if a meal plan is included.
All other exchange students can choose from one of Baylor's meal plans and the cost will be charged directly to your student account. For information the different dining options go HERE:
There are a number of restaurants and other dining options across Baylor’s campus, including Starbucks, Einstein Bros Bagels, and even a small sushi bar. On-campus restaurant information can be found HERE: