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Facilities Management is responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of Baylor University buildings, grounds and utilities.
Providing the resources you need in an easily accessible format is the goal of the new Faculty & Staff web site. You will find on this site essential resources for Baylor faculty and staff, providing a single-stop for electronic news, the calendar, the online directory, links to the many information and system resources used by faculty and staff as well as links to timely information essential to faculty and staff members. You can even check Baylor's weather.
The Baylor community is fully committed to nurturing an environment for knowing, being, and doing across campus where people of all backgrounds can come together.
The Baylor University Faculty Handbook is intended to acquaint you with Baylor University and to help facilitate your work as a faculty member at Baylor. It provides information of importance to faculty members and describes, in general terms, some of the operational procedures and employment guidelines that apply to faculty.
At Baylor, the critical role faculty play in the lives of students is a hallmark of our institution. By formalizing these key relationships through the role of Faculty Mentor, we hope the Student Success Collaborative can support these faculty as they to continue to promote student success. Academic advisors are firmly committed to students connecting to faculty mentors across disciplines. This list is aimed to help advisors and students know which faculty members are eager to meet with students interested in their academic program(s).
At Baylor the Ombudsperson for Faculty is a designated neutral who provides confidential and informal assistance for resolving disputes arising between faculty members or between a faculty member and the administration, especially those disputes that are not being addressed by established university procedures.
Representatives of the faculty at Baylor that exchange information and provide a forum for the expression and exchange of ideas and concerns.
A tradition at Baylor since 1960, Family Weekend strives to help families of Baylor students become better acquainted with the University and spend time with their children.
This webpage provides a single collecting point for links to information about Baylor University on a variety of subjects which may be helpful to prospective students, their families, high school counselors and coaches, as well as prospective employees, current students and current employees. This information is presented to comply with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.
Courses in the Telecommunication Division are designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in radio, television, cable, and allied fields, and for careers in which knowledge of and skills in electronic and film communication are an integral part of professional activity.
The Department of Finance, Insurance and Real Estate offers four undergraduate majors in a Bachelors of Administration (BBA) degree program.
The SFS team is here to help you navigate the process of paying for your Baylor education. This includes everything from applying for aid (including grants and scholarships) and paying your bill, to preparing for your financial life post-Baylor.
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Financial Systems & Reporting supports optimum utilization of the University's financial systems and provide timely and relevant financial information and reports.
The purpose of the Financial Services Office is to oversee the timely and accurate recording and reporting of all financial transactions of the University and the collection and custody of all institutional funds.
In the Fall of 2010, Baylor University will officially launch the Fine Arts Living-Learning Center through the collaboration of Campus Living and Learning and faculty members from the Departments of Art, Theatre Arts, the Division of Film and Digital Media in the Department of Communication Studies, and the School of Music. While collaborative artistic projects are integral within each of these academic unit, students in the Fine Arts Living-Learning Center (FA-LLC) will interact with peers and faculty across multiple artistic disciplines. Living-learning centers at Baylor provide resources for community building, faculty interaction, and enhanced learning opportunities for students.
First in Line provides resources to first generation college students to support student success at Baylor and beyond. Will you be the first in your family to earn a college degree? Baylor University is pleased to welcome you as the first, or among the first in your family to attend college. Being a first-generation college student is a proud accomplishment. Baylor recognizes that you will face unique experiences as you begin this exciting journey and we look forward to supporting you!
Fitness and Nutrition within the Wellness Department is dedicated to providing programs and services in support of physically healthy lifestyles through group exercise classes, personal training, nutritional consults and services, and special events.
Baylor women gather every spring for two days that allow all alumnae to rekindle friendships and recollect their time at Baylor while attending enriching programs and visiting Baylor campus.
Grantseeking is more than a process--it is a partnership. Foundation Relations within University Advancement at Baylor University works with all schools and departments to establish and build mutually beneficial relationships with foundations through projects that fall within university priorities.
The home page for the French language department.
The Fulbright Program is the flagship international academic exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government, fostering mutual understanding between the United States and other countries.
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