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The purpose of the Tax & Compliance accounting office is to coordinate the University's compliance with various government regulations including preparation of tax returns and tax research on compliance issues.
The Residential College for Engineering and Computer Science is a Christ-centered fellowship that fosters the pursuit of wisdom, academic excellence, and meaningful relationships for the development of diverse, innovative leaders.
The Technology Center for Hankamer School of Business on the new Foster Campus for Innovation is the continuation of the Casey Computer Center.
The Casey Computer Center was created in 1962 through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Casey, who provided the original equipment. Since that time the center has provided excellent service and state-of-the-art equipment for students, faculty and staff in the Hankamer School of Business.
The home page for faculty technology support provided by Electronic Library. Includes classroom technology services, academic & research computing services, online teaching & learning services.
The Technology Purchasing office facilitates the purchase of computers, printers, and other technology for departments as well as faculty, staff, and students.
If you are just getting started or need to know how to use all those advanced commands your software provides, take one of our seminars. We offer seminars for the beginner, intermediate and advanced user.
A part of the Electronic Library, Academic Technology and Media Services is responsible for general access technology across campus, many departmental computer labs, academic software licensing, student printing, a growing number of media services, and the premier on-campus study space: Moody Library's Study Commons.
The TechPoint service desk in the Study Commons is available around the clock to help answer your student technology questions and let you borrow technology.
Baylor University is proud to host the 27th annual conference of the Texas Medieval Association on September 29-30, 2017. The conference will include free-topic sessions, sessions that engage the conference theme (represented in the graphic above), a prize for Best Paper by a Graduate Student, and dramatic and musical performances.
Summer Tennis Camp for 8 - 18 year olds.
A specialized research facility whose mission is the acquisition, preservation, and provision for research of non-artifactual documentation of all aspects of life in Texas.
Baylor University's Institute for Family Business recognizes firms whose families demonstrate a commitment to each other and to business continuity through its Annual Texas Family Business of the Year Awards. These firms are responsive to the needs of their employees, communities and industries.
The Texas Hunger Initiative (THI) is a capacity-building collaborative project. We seek to develop and implement strategies to end hunger through policy, education, community organizing, and community development.
Texas Oral History Association (TOHA) serves as a network for oral historians in Texas and surrounding states.
The purpose of the Guide is to create and maintain a comprehensive and fully-annotated research tool to facilitate the study of the works and lives of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning and their circle.
Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary seeks to make an impact for God’s Kingdom by skillfully training thoughtful, faithful Christian ministers for a twenty-first-century Church and world. The 2017-18 edition of The Cord features various people associated and affiliated with Truett Seminary who are extending and building the Kingdom.
Our commitment includes doing everything possible to prevent, respond to and support those who encounter sexual violence while a part of our campus community. We are on a course of continuous improvement, working to establish systems, processes and resources that are supportive, responsive, fair and thorough in upholding students’ access to an education. We commit to do the right things for the well-being of our students.
The purpose of The Institute of Ecological, Earth, and Environmental Sciences is to foster the interaction and integration of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Geology for the study of the behaviors, stresses, and sustainability of Earth's natural system at multiple scales. This is accomplished through active collaboration, interdisciplinary research, graduate education, and public outreach.
The Pulse is Baylor University's undergraduate scholarly publication. Published each spring with 5-7 articles by Baylor undergraduates, The Pulse is the forum for top-quality student research in the Honors College and the University at large.
The Soundings Project aims to support the common work of the Christian university and the church, namely to help people lead lives of purpose and significance. To this end, Baylor will serve as an innovation hub for fifteen Texas congregations as the university and congregational leaders together reflect theologically and practically about the nature of vocation.
The Paul L. Foster Success Center-Student Success Initiatives hosts a student food pantry called The Store. The Store is located in Sid Richardson 047 (east wing, lower level) and open Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Students who would like to access the store can stop by anytime during this time frame and fill out a brief form and then select the food items they need. Students can access The Store twice a month.
The home page of the Theatre Arts department.
Baylor University is committed to maintaining a learning environment that is free from inappropriate conduct based on gender. Baylor University’s policy is to comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, based on sex in the University's educational programs and activities. It also prohibits retaliation for asserting or otherwise participating in claims of sex discrimination. Baylor University has designated a Title IX Coordinator to manage the University’s compliance with and response to inquiries and concerning related to Title IX.
Effective August 11, 2014, Baylor University will become a tobacco-free, smoke-free campus. At that time, the use of any form of tobacco will be strictly prohibited in and outside of all University-owned buildings located on campus, in Waco and other cities, as well as parking lots, garages and sidewalks.
Learn more about the use of the name, abbreviations, symbols, emblems, logos, mascots, slogans, and other terminology associated with Baylor University. Also, find the designated agent to receive claimed copyright infringement notifications.
The Transfer Credit Policies apply to all course equivalency credits. Also, look up courses to see if they are approved transfer courses.
The Transfer Year Experience Living-Learning Center (TYE-LLC) provides an exciting opportunity for transfer students from all academic disciplines to live in a community with those who are experiencing many of the same transitions and changes.
Provides support, programming and advocacy for transfer students throughout their Baylor experience.
Baylor University will reimburse, within budget limitations, a faculty member/employee (traveler) who travels as a University representative for the reasonable and necessary costs directly related to authorized domestic and international travel.
TRAX stands for Baylor University Financial Transactions System which is Baylor's implementation of the PeopleSoft Financials (Higher Education) software product. We use the General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Purchasing, and Fixed assets modules.
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Tuition and fee structures for undergraduate, graduate, law, seminary and other programs can be found from this page.
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