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Student Reviews of Baylor University

4.1
based on 313 reviews
  • Haley from Cedar Park, TX

    Do not get overwhelmed by the work load, it becomes more manageable over time. Sleep 7 to 8 hours a night, as you will have higher success with lower stress if you do. Invest in what interests you and don't feel bad if you're not interested in… more read full review

    Do not get overwhelmed by the work load, it becomes more manageable over time. Sleep 7 to 8 hours a night, as you will have higher success with lower stress if you do. Invest in what interests you and don't feel bad if you're not interested in everything. Don't be discouraged if you don't find community right away; its a process and it will take time. Be who you want to be, whether that be the same or different from who you were in high school. Give yourself a break sometimes. Its ALL about BALANCE. read full review

  • Jacob from Arvada, CO

    Living in residence halls on Baylor's campus is awesome. The Comm. Living and Learning program are incredibly intentional with making a residence hall feel like a home away from home. All of the halls are well maintained, with community leaders who… more read full review

    Living in residence halls on Baylor's campus is awesome. The Community Living and Learning program are incredibly intentional with making a residence hall feel like a home away from home. All of the halls are well maintained, with community leaders who are trained in leadership philosophy who not only strive to watch over you with a kind eye, but to know you and involve you in the many activities across campus. There's also a different hall culture for every residence hall on campus, and it's fun to visit around and see how different halls interact with each other! In addition, there are faculty in residence who are available for mentoring directly in the halls if need be, making for a truly unique experience! Overall, living in Baylor Residence halls is great! read full review

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Baylor University Scholarships

Merit Aid

Merit Scholarships Available Amount freshman returning transfer graduate
$2,000 - $16,000 Y
$1,000 Y
$1,000 Y
$2,500 Y
$4,000 Y
$4,150 Y
$14,000 Y
$2,000 - $20,000 Y
$1,500 - $6,000 Y
$1,500 - $2,000 Y R