The Graduate Research Center, which opened its doors in August 2016, provides Baylor graduate students and faculty with resources designed to support and inspire them in their academic endeavors.

The GRC features a large, customizable study space affectionately called “The Incubator,” five Collaboration Rooms, and a Conference Room that seats 12, as well as a Lounge and Break Room. The GRC is also home to a Visualization Studio that allows users to incorporate digital scholarship into their research and classes. Located on the second floor of the W. R. Poage Legislative Library, the GRC may be accessed from the main Poage entrances or from the second-floor corridor between Moody and Jones libraries.

In addition to providing collaborative and individual spaces that foster inquiry and analysis, the GRC also provides programming throughout the year that addresses specific graduate student interests and needs. These events are hosted by Baylor Libraries and on-campus partners, including the Graduate Writing Center and the Counseling Center.

The GRC is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. The Pattie Orr Graduate Research Commons remains open until 1:00 a.m. and is open on weekends, but can only be accessed from the corridor between Moody and Jones Libraries during these additional hours.

Use this simple map to find your way to the Graduate Research Center.

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