Truett Seminary's Baugh-Reynolds Campus opened its doors in spring 2002. Located across from Russell Hall on the Baylor campus, Truett's facilities include a 550-seat chapel, great hall, teaching chapel, classrooms, meeting rooms and faculty and administrative offices. Take a look at the facilities here in our photo gallery. For information regarding the use of facilities at Truett Seminary, please see the building reservation page.
As a Truett Seminary student, you are part of the life and activity of a world class community of scholarship. With a library of more than 1.5 million volumes and complete access to the latest in technology, seminary students use the resources of Baylor University to develop creative responses to the cultural and global demands of the Gospel.
In addition, Truett students have access to the more than 600 members of the university faculty and can enhance their ministry skills by choosing from elective courses in art, sociology, music, history and foreign languages or any of the more than 100 academic departments. The availability of high quality graduate study puts Truett Seminary education in a class by itself.