BSB Dominates in Saturday Sweep of Memphis

WACO, Texas – The Baylor baseball team dominated the Saturday doubleheader against Memphis with a 9-0 shutout victory in the first game and a 20-4 beatdown in the second at Baylor Ballpark. The Bears (6-4) clinched the series win over the Tigers (4-4) and will go for the four-game sweep tomorrow afternoon.

Track & Field: Personal Bests Highlight Outdoor Opener


Baylor track & field recorded several personal bests and three runner-up finishes to highlight the outdoor season opener Saturday at the Longhorn Invitational in Austin, Texas.

No. 1 A&T Falls on the Road to No. 2 Oregon

WACO, Texas – The No. 1-ranked Bears traveled to Eugene, Oregon, where they lost their first meet since 2017 to No. 2 Oregon on Saturday night at the Matthew Knight Arena. The Bears (1-1) earned a total score of 280.660 and the Ducks (2-0) earned a total score of 281.635.

Baptist Standard: Falling Seed: Creating online participatory worship services

March 23, 2020
Baylor theology professor Angela Gorrell, Ph.D., has designed a free guide to creating online, participatory worship services.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor cancels in-person classes for both summer sessions

April 2, 2020
Baylor President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., announced Thursday that Baylor will continue to utilize online instruction for upcoming Minimester (May 13-June 1), Summer I (June 2-July 7) and Summer II (July 9-Aug. 12) classes.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor counseling center continues with online services

March 25, 2020
Baylor’s counseling center has adapted its treatments amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. With faculty and staff working from home, the counselors have begun counseling sessions via phone and WebEx, a platform for video conferences.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Baylor Connections - Cheryl Gochis

April 3, 2020
AUDIO: For last nine years, Baylor has been recognized as a “Great College to Work For” by the Chronicle of Higher Education. In this Baylor Connections, Cheryl Gochis, vice president of human resources and chief human resources officer, examines ways that Baylor supports faculty and staff year-round and specifically talks about the University’s response to help employees transition to remote work during the COVID-19 public health crisis.

Vinnie Johnson builds success — from Baylor to the NBA to business

The stories of “boom to bust” for college and pro athletes after their playing careers end are legion. Vinnie Johnson, Baylor Class of 1980, is not one of those. Johnson — a two-time all-American at Baylor, one of the greatest sixth men in NBA history, and our pick as the greatest Baylor alum in NBA history […]

Culture of JOY leads Baylor men’s basketball to first Big 12 title

Shout it from the rafters — Baylor men’s basketball is the 2020-21 Big 12 Conference champion! The Bears beat No. 6-ranked West Virginia on the road Tuesday — in overtime — 94-89 to clinch the program’s first conference title in 71 years. Some stories about the game focused on the rust head coach Scott Drew’s team is […]

Lady Bears win 11th straight (!!!!!) Big 12 title

It appears there are now three great certainties in life: death, taxes, and Baylor women’s basketball winning the Big 12. Yes, the Lady Bears won their 11th straight regular season Big 12 title this week, extending their decade of dominance over the league. The run is the longest active streak in the nation, and the […]

Meet Mary Gentry Kavanaugh, Baylor Class of 1855 — and BU’s first female graduate

While sources differ, Baylor was one of the first (perhaps the very first) institution west of the Mississippi River to admit women. And in 1855 — just a year after BU’s first graduating class — Mary Gentry Kavanaugh became the first woman to earn a degree from Baylor University. Though the university was still young, […]

Baylor Board of Regents Approves Autism Center Construction, New Student Regent

WACO, Texas (March 5, 2021) – After winter storms postponed committee meetings during February's quarterly meeting, the Baylor University Board of Regents reconvened committee meetings virtually this week with the full Board taking subsequent action to approve construction of an Autism Center and appointment of a new Student Regent. In addition, the Board announced the slate of Alumni-elected Regent candidates for the upcoming election this spring.

Baylor Researcher Earns $493,000 Grant to Improve Behavior Outcomes for Children with Developmental Disabilities

WACO, Texas (March 4, 2021) – Stephanie Gerow, Ph.D., assistant professor of educational psychology in the Baylor University School of Education, has earned a coveted grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund research that will provide early childhood professionals with behavioral intervention training for children with developmental disabilities.

Baylor University Announces $1.5 Million Gift to Scholarships

WACO, Texas (March 4, 2021) – Baylor University today announced a $1.5 million gift from Stephen and Lori Angel of Connecticut, and their children, Logan Angel (B.A. ’13) of Dallas, and Mason Angel of Venice Beach, California, through the Angel Family Foundation to support student scholarships within the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work’s Global Mission Leadership (GML) Program.

Baylor University Supporters Rush to Restock Near-Empty Shelves of Campus Food Pantry During Weather Emergency

WACO, Texas (March 3, 2021) – During the recent winter storms that wreaked havoc across Texas, The Store food pantry at Baylor University provided food items for students in need, as well as for those who found themselves without power, heat or water at their apartments or homes.

What's New BU February 10, 2020

Career Day Spring 2020. Registration for Steppin' Out is open!

What's New BU February 17, 2020

Baylor turns 175! Sundown Sessions present pottery painting.

What's New BU February 24, 2020

Hope Peace Love at Fountain Mall. UBbreak presents Waffle Tacos.

What's New BU March 2, 2020

Need a quiet place to study? Super Tuesday Dr Pepper Hour with Census 2020 and voting!

Feb. 19 - Apr. 2Online Lenten Prayers