No. 5 national seed Baylor dropped a grueling five-set game to the University of Minnesota, in the 2021 NCAA Volleyball Tournament regional semifinals.
Baylor University’s alumni are making an impact in their communities, in their professions, in the world. They also are making an impact at Baylor, keeping their ties to this community through philanthropy, service on advisory boards and through their prayerful support of our administration, faculty and students.
With more than 160,000 living Baylor Alumni hailing from every state and more than 100 countries around the world, the Baylor spirit is active and growing.
Baylor has a new front door — a touchpoint welcoming current students, prospective students and alumni
Baylor University’s campus is brimming with excitement as we begin a new academic year!
Indy and Belle thriving in their campus habitat
Jennifer Seiter, BA ’20, finds magic in the world of history. As a classroom resource specialist at George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Seiter shares her love of history by connecting teachers directly to records of the life and legacy of Washington and the era of the Founding Fathers
When Hunter Harlow, BS ’10, graduated from Baylor University with a degree in geosciences/geology, he didn’t imagine taking the road less traveled.
After graduation, Baylor Alumni fling their green and gold around the world, including one family who still finds ways to rep the Bears, even while living over 8,000 miles and 15 time zones away in Australia.
Baylor Alumni have served at all levels of government throughout the United States and around the world, including mayors, governors, congressmen and ambassadors.
Let us know about the milestones in your life — weddings, births, promotions, retirements, honors and awards.
Excitement surrounding the start of the academic year is fueled by the verve of new students
Earlier this summer, the Baylor University Board of Regents elected new leadership and approved the 2023-24 operating budget, three renovation projects and two new degree programs.
A year in the life of one of Baylor’s most cherished traditions
A conversation with President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., on philanthropy and creating an unambiguously Christian educational environment
Images and data collected by the Hubble Space Telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope have expanded our understanding of space, enhanced research opportunities and generated national news since Hubble’s launch in 1990.
Approximately two out of every 1,000 births in the United States can lead to permanent neurological damage due to hypoxic-ischemic brain injury (HIBI) in newborns.
Across the Nation, many schools and districts experience a gap between the mental health needs of their student body and the services they are capable of providing.