As you enter the next phase of your life, you may be wondering what’s next, and what’s to become of the personal relationship you built over the years with the University—the friends you made, the experiences you shared, and the memories you created. As a Baylor retiree and lifetime member of the Baylor Family, that relationship not only continues—it grows.
Many of the benefits, perks and privileges you enjoyed as a Baylor employee, you retain as a Baylor retiree. From free admission to athletic events, free passes and discounts to University programs and performances, access to dining services, free parking, Homecoming, Christmas on 5th and special invitations to university-sponsored events—you can stay as engaged and connected as would like. And with more time to spend focused on what interests you, programs like Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning can open up a whole new world of possibilities. You can even choose to return to Baylor to work part-time.
Just because you’ve entered a new phase of your life doesn’t mean you say goodbye. Nor do we. Wherever your life takes you, we remain at your side, ready to help you access and enjoy your many benefits as a “Bear for Life.”
Most retirees receive admission to athletic events and discounted football ticket options. Catch a few extra games and Sic'em Bears!
Get the latest Baylor gear! Most retirees receive a 10% discount at the Baylor Bookstore
Stay up-to-date on Faculty & Staff news!
Think of us as your Baylor Family refrigerator door, where we post headlines and highlights of the great things the Baylor family has going on. Bookmark the website, subscribe to its RSS feed, follow us on Twitter or simply read the regular e-mails; whichever you choose, we hope you’ll share in our enthusiasm for all the great things being accomplished in the Baylor family.
Meet your Baylor family and friends for lunch! Most retirees receive continuation of dining privileges, including access to Residential Dining Halls, and the respective discount: Faculty/Executive Staff – McMullen Faculty Center; Staff - SUB.
Most retirees receive access to and use of the Baylor Libraries. Visit the special exhibits and take advantage of the unique resources.
Baylor's Lifelong Learning is a primarily volunteer-led membership-based organization that offers an array of learning opportunities and experiences. Each fall and spring semester, courses and special events entice intellectually curious adults to explore a wide range of interests.
Come to campus and keep moving in your retirement! Most retirees receive admission to and use of the Student Life Center and recreational facilities.
See what the students are talking about around campus.
Mark your calendar with important university dates, guest speakers, and special events.