Baylor is committed to helping students from all financial backgrounds achieve their
dreams of gaining a quality education. Approximately 92 percent of Baylor students receive some form of financial aid from a wide range of
sources. When comparing Baylor to other schools, it becomes clear that our value and affordability set us apart. In fact, Baylor's tuition is
one of the lowest of any major private university in the Southwest, and is one of the most affordable institutions in the nation.
Baylor University complies with all applicable federal and state nondiscrimination laws and does not engage in prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin, sex, age or disability in employment or the provision
Baylor University is committed to the highest standard of ethics and conduct. Therefore, financial aid staff members are bound by the conflict of
interest policies applicable to all Baylor employees and Baylor University adopts the
National Association of Student Financial Aid
Administrator’s Code of Conduct for institutional financial aid professionals. Additionally, to comply with the Higher Education
Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), Baylor has adopted the
Code of Conduct for Education Loans to address specific legislative concerns relating to educational loan programs.
Baylor's Title IV School Code: 003545