Perhaps my favorite thing about Baylor is the opportunity I have had as an honor student to have the interdisciplinary major called University Scholars. If you have high enough SAT's and enough AP classes and a good application essay, you can be excused from most undergrad required classes such as required English and Science classes. This means even as a Freshman you can begin your major classes. It also makes it easier to spend a semester doing an internship or to have multiple concentrations instead of a single major. That's not to mention that Baylor has small classes with involved teachers....
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Baylor is an excellent school for any student looking for a diverse environment and rigorous academics. They respect and care for students throughout their college journey, and most importantly give them the skills for the next stage in their lives. Baylor is also a great school for those looking for a spiritual environment, but is welcoming to all types of faiths and backgrounds.» Read More
I am so excited to be attending Baylor in the fall. The complexity and whole family feel of the campus and major halls make it feel like a home. I can't wait to take such a great opportunity as going to BU!!» Read More
Baylor, by far, has one of the most beautiful campuses in the south. The campus, is small but maintains the larger university feel, the same amenities but class sizes that make personal relationships a must. The school, the people, the professors, and the academics make Baylor a wonderful place to be.» Read More
Baylor is an excellent environment for students who are serious about earning a valuable education. The professors are well invested, and the campus provides numerous opportunities for success. The sports adds to a great atmosphere, and there are many ways to get involved on campus.» Read More