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The Baylor Sacred Harp sing is held the Saturday before the second Sunday in February each year in the Great Hall of Truett Theological Seminary on the Baylor University campus. Sacred Harp singing is so named after the shape-note tunebook Sacred Harp, first published by B. F. White and E. J. King in 1844.
This site contains information about Baylor University's SACS Reaffirmation of Accreditation process, 2004-2006.
The Schedule of Classes is a robust search tool to find classes offered at Baylor University.
Learn more about the opportunities available through national and international academic competitions.
Texas Teaching Degree and Texas Teaching Certificate. Baylor University School of Education is to prepare, educators who are committed to transformational leadership and service.
The School of Education invites you to celebrate our 100th anniversary as a separate academic unit.
The School of Education LRC provides materials related to education subject fields, to child and adolescent learning, and to professional knowledge that support the SOE curriculum, and offers students experience in using equipment and materials similar to those they will use when they begin teaching.
The purpose of Baylor's Ph.D. in C&T program is to prepare graduates for university-based leadership in the field of Curriculum & Teaching. Ph.D. graduates have the intellectual and moral background necessary to provide high-quality, long-term leadership in the field of Curriculum & Teaching.
Texas Teaching University to obtain a Degree or Certificate. Baylor University School of Education undergraduate program emphasis is to obtain a teacher certificate or undergraduate degree programs related to Health, Human Performance and Recreation.
he Mathematics Education Lab is designed to be a resource for teaching and learning mathematics. It is available to Baylor faculty, staff, and students as well as area K-12 mathematics teachers. The main purposes of the Mathematics Education Lab are to focus on the improvement of mathematics teaching and learning, support preservice and in-service teacher preparation, and to improve student achievement in mathematics.
The home page of the School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS).
Learn more about the School of Music's bands, choirs, orchestras, ensembles and more.
The Science and Health Living Learning Center is a Christ-centered fellowship that fosters the pursuit of wisdom, academic excellence, and meaningful relationships for the development of diverse, innovative leaders.
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Meet Baylor's Senior Administration.
The Department of Student Activities aims to facilitate meaningful service opportunities for students in order to develop and foster leadership in areas of social responsibility. Whether by painting a resident's home, organizing a national conference for poverty education, raising funds for cancer research, or improving the community by applying classroom lessons, there is an opportunity for you to connect through service to others.
The Social Entrepreneurship in Africa program is a 15 day summer study abroad program. Students will visit one of the following three African countries: Kenya, Rwanda or Ghana. The content of the program examines the use of entrepreneurial skills to craft innovative responses to social problems in Africa. In particular, the ability of microlending practices to stimulate economic activity and alleviate poverty will be studied.
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There are two primary goals of our sociology programs: the study of general sociological knowledge and the development of research skills. The application of social theories to various institutional areas, ranging from small groups to large organizations, is a major goal. Both the undergraduate and graduate programs have a strong research emphasis.
Home page for the Spanish and Portuguese division of Modern Foreign Languages
Baylor’s new Spirit Fridays give faculty and staff a visible way to show their pride and support for Baylor by wearing the green and gold of our University. Each Friday throughout the year, President Linda Livingstone invites faculty and staff to wear their favorite green and gold apparel in the workplace.
Our mission is to help the Baylor University community form a Christian world view and live Christian lives by encouraging involvement in a broad range of opportunities to study the Bible, worship, grapple with important issues and serve others by showing and telling of Christ's love.
Baylor’s Christian mission guides the life of the University, shaping priorities, enlivening the student experience, and animating our commitment to service. The work of the Spiritual Life and Character Formation Task Force, shaped a range of new programs and initiatives that will continue to engage students, faculty and staff across the University for years to come.
The Forum is a two story, 51,000squarefoot building which contains nine sorority suites/meeting rooms, a computer lab available to all students, a chapel and prayer room, a Panhellenic office and an apartment for a resident manager.
Representatives of the staff at Baylor that exchange information and provide a forum for the expression and exchange of ideas and concerns.
Department of Statistical Science is an interdisciplinary institute that offers the Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in statistics. The graduate programs are offered with the cooperation of the Departments of Mathematics, Information Systems, and Psychology. The Department created the undergraduate B.S. in Statistics in June 2005 and anticipates admitting its first majors in Fall 2006.
STEPP stands for Striving to Enhance Personal Performance. This is a lunch time learning opportunity available to all faculty and staff members. STEPP takes place once a month on a Tuesday during the lunch hour and is held in Barfield Drawing room. We offer a lunch that you can sign up to purchase using payroll deduct, or you are welcome to bring your own lunch.
On May 11, 2012, the Baylor Board of Regents adopted Pro Futuris: a Strategic Vision for Baylor University. Developed over the course of two years, Pro Futuris reflects the input and wisdom of the extended Baylor community. This web site provides information about our new vision, our development process, and the context in which our vision will flourish in the years to come.
The Department of Student Activities encompasses Campus Programs, Greek Life, Student Organizations, Spirit & Traditions, Waco Hall and the Baylor Student Union, otherwise known as the Bill Daniel Student Center. Each component works closely with the other towards a singular goal: to enhance and expand the university experience for Baylor students.
Located in the Bill Daniel Student Center (SUB), the Ticket Office is your one stop shop to purchase tickets to some of Baylor's most exciting events including,traditional events like After Dark, Family Weekend, Pigskin Revue, All-University Sing and StompFest.
Student Conduct Administration has oversight for the Student Conduct Code and Honor Code.
Student Copyright Topics site provides useful information that can help students who want to copy and reuse original materials for the sake of class assignments & projects.
Student Employment is part of Baylor Human Resources and is located in Suite 200 of the Clifton Robinson Tower.
As a free financial education program,Student Financial Foundations offers resources and coaching to Baylor students, helping you understand personal money management for both your current and future financial success.
Student Financial Services includes the Cashier's Office, and Student Financial Aid Office.
The purpose of Student Foundation is to serve Baylor University and the student body by building community-minded servants and leaders in its membership and entrusting them with the responsibility of accomplishing the tasks of recruiting qualified students, raising scholarship funds and building goodwill among alumni and students.
Founded in 1913, Student Government is an essential, active and working part of the student body.
Student Health & Welfare pulls together various units that provide programs and services designed to encourage and support healthy lifestyles for students as they clarify personal values and identity, establish sound interpersonal relationships, and grow intellectually as they learn to utilize their strengths, explore influences on their lives, and consider opportunities to have a positive impact on the world around them.
Baylor University's ID card is a single-card program that combines many features including identification, library privileges, building access, lab access, meal plans, selected student functions, football ticket distribution, debit card plus other activities.
Student Learning & Engagement, charged with advancing the mission of Baylor University and the Division of Student Life, strives to support students as they translate knowledge and experience into lives marked by intentional action, pursuit of the common good, and a hope for a more humane world.
The Division of Student Life seeks to enrich the Baylor experience through life‐changing programs and services resulting in an integrated education known for leadership, service, Christian faith, and the total development of student. Ultimately, we are here to guide students as they continue to grow into the person that God has uniquely designed them to be.
The Department of Student Activities opens pathways for students to develop their leadership and become people of influence through membership in student organizations. Whether teaching others how to samba, organizing a rally for a cleaner environment, spearheading a fundraiser for cancer research, or performing in an overseas choir tour, there is an opportunity for you to connect through student organizations.
Baylor University rules, regulations, and policies applicable to students are listed in the Student Policies and Procedures and other student-related publications.
The university website for All-University Sing, Pigskin, After Dark, and Stomp.
The impact of scholarships on the lives of students is immeasurable. It opens doors to intellectual and spiritual discovery, to deeper knowledge, to greater dreams and to the courage to follow those dreams. A gift to student scholarships is a gift that can change a life.
The 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.
Student Success Initiatives (SSI) staff strive to positively impact the success of Baylor students by addressing their social, emotional, transitional and academic concerns.
As the home for The Department of Student Activities, but more importantly the heart of campus, the Student Union Building [SUB] or otherwise known as Bill Daniel Student Center, provides a place to relax, study, and participate in activities which build enduring loyalty between members of the Baylor community and to Baylor University.
To assist Baylor University student-athletes in their pursuit of academic, personal, professional, and spiritual EXCELLENCE! Prepare Champions for Life
The home page for students.
Information about Baylor's study abroad opportunities and exchange programs.
Do you have a maintenance, custodial, or event related need? Baylor Facility Services provides you the ability to place your request online (link above), by phone (x1361 – answered 24/7), text (254-401-1100 – M-F 8am-11:30pm) or by email (SRC@baylor.edu) Typical requests are hot/cold temperatures, faucet dripping, light out, sink stopped up, clean-up, lost keys or access issues, and tables and chairs for event set-up.
Swahili is spoken by the seventh largest group of people in the world. It, along with English, is the trade language of East Africa, as well as other countries such as the Congo, Rwanda, Malawi, Burundi and others.
Synergy is a publication of the Baylor University School of Engineering & Computer Science that keeps alumni and friends abreast of the spirit of discovery at the school.
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