Step 2: Orientation
As incoming students, please progress through the sequence below for your Baylor Orientation.
The first part of Orientation involves completing online modules through Foundations. Plan to spend about 2 hours on the modules. You can go at your own pace, pause and resume at any time, and revisit content as often as you’d like. You will need to complete Foundations prior to your academic advising appointment.
Learn More: Opportunities and Support Programs
The second part of Orientation allows you to browse a variety of presentations about some of the many programs and services available to you as a Baylor student. Here you’ll identify some areas of particular interest to you that will help shape your Baylor experience.
Sign Up for Live Sessions
Sign up to engage with faculty, staff, and student Orientation Leaders through Live Sessions and Q&A experiences. Learn more about academic departments, support services, campus services, Financial Aid, campus involvement, and connect with other students. There is also a session specifically for parents.