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The National Pan-Hellenic Council is the unifying and governing body for five of the Divine Nine historically African-American fraternities and sororities chartered at Baylor University. Activities of members of these organizations include: community service projects, tutoring programs, step shows, and educational programming. All five NPHC groups at Baylor are committed to the holistic development of their members and to assist the Baylor and Waco communities.
The Navigate/Student Success Collaborative (SSC) system is Baylor's online tool for guiding students successfully through their academic experience. The tool is used by faculty, staff and students. Students use SSC for making advising appointments, checking tutor availability, making tutoring appointments, and to view their list of advised courses. SSC equips advisors and certain staff member with information gathered from students, faculty, and 10 years of Baylor-specific historical student data.
Baylor University received the NCAA Committee on Infractions’ Public Infractions Decision. This is the final step in a more than five-year, cooperative enforcement process that began in 2016.
Congratulations on your new position, and welcome to the Baylor Family. You are joining a world-class faculty and staff, a diverse and dedicated community with a strong commitment to faith, and an active, vibrant campus teeming with leading-edge facilities, championship athletics, and outstanding students.
The New Student Experience combines courses and programs designed to help students transition to the rigorous academic environment at Baylor. These first year experiences strengthen the mind, body, and soul for an academic career at Baylor, and more importantly, for life at home or abroad after graduation as a worldwide leader.
New Student Programs is a department in the area of Student Learning and Engagement in the division of Student Life. It provides programming for incoming students such as Orientation, Baylor Line Camps, Welcome Week and Welcome Weekend.
The home page of Baylor University\'s Louise Herrington School of Nursing.
The mission of the Nutrition Sciences Didactic Program at Baylor University is to provide a high-quality general dietetic education in a Christian environment, equipping graduates to be qualified to enter an accredited dietetic internship program necessary to become Registered Dietitians. Graduates will be prepared to work in a variety of positions that address the food, nutritional and health needs of families, individuals and communities in local and global environments.
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