New students will become active learners who take ownership of their academic path, developing critical thinking skills and a passion for lifelong learning.
New students will begin to foster the virtue of cultural humility by reflecting on the unique nature of cultures (racial, ethnic, gender, socio-economic, religious, and ability).
New students will explore spiritually formative opportunities at Baylor through Christian worship, faith practices, and the witness of faculty, staff, and students.
New students should engage in learning opportunities that allow them to analyze their holistic wellbeing.
Why I TeachSee More Profiles
Eric Holleyman, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer of Religion
"The NSE provides a system for greeting, getting to know and building a community foundation for a continued conversation in and out of the classroom over the undergraduate years"
Director for Undergraduate Programs, School of Engineering and Computer Science
"I really enjoy teaching NSE courses because I see, first-hand, the impact that the experience is having on students.
Randy M. Wood, Ph.D.
Professor, Curriculum and Instruction
"I do NSE because Baylor did it for ME when I was a freshmen from a small central Texas high school, first in my family to attend college, and wondering what in the world God had called me to do."