Naismith family visits to celebrate sport’s Christian heritage
The next total solar eclipse in the United States will happen in 2024, and Waco will be the prime location in the middle of the path of totality.
Alumni in Music City are connecting and lifting up their community as they fling their green and gold afar
A brief history of Baylor Spirit
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 engaged throughout the globe.
Longtime Baylor University benefactor and dedicated alumnus William K. “Bill” Robbins, of Houston, passed away April 13, 2023.
Listed here are alumni, friends and family we have lost in recent months.
Let us know about the milestones in your life — weddings, births, promotions, retirements, honors and awards.
Baylor University’s Give Light campaign has raised more than $1.3 billion for the University’s mission and to support the students — both present and future — who will take their places along That Good Old Baylor Line.
Dominika Silvestri, B.B.A. ’23, earned NCEA first-team All-America honors as an equestrian athlete and was named the 2023 Big 12 Flat Rider of the Year.
“That Good Old Baylor Line” — Baylor University’s school song, or alma mater, since 1931 — has been proudly sung by generations of Baylor students and alumni.
Statues of the first Black students to graduate from Baylor honor individuals who exemplify Baylor’s Christian mission
For Baylor Athletics’ coaches, staff and student-athletes, support through the Give Light campaign has come in both visible and transformational ways.
Endowed chairs attract top researchers and scholars to Baylor. Many of these positions are made possible by the generosity of the Baylor Family through the Give Light Campaign.
Top-seeded Bears downed Oregon for the title by 10-plus points
Some books by Baylor Bears to add to your summer reading list
In March, 14 members of Baylor’s National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, for the 49th Annual NSBE Convention.
Baylor Club Tennis named USTA National Club of the Year
Baylor’s Department of Film and Digital Media is a compelling example of the impact Baylor’s alumni, parents and friends are having at the University through the Give Light campaign.
Baylor’s campus is a hub for cultural arts that bring together and inspire the Baylor Family and beyond
In a database compiled by Stanford University, 35 current or retired Baylor faculty members appear among the top 2% of the most-cited researchers across 22 disciplines.
Passing through Waco this summer? Although campus life slows down in the summer months, Waco still offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities to make the most of your time and help beat (or enjoy) the heat.
Students, faculty, staff, community gather to seek revival on campus
In March, Baylor dedicated the Mary Jo Robbins Clinic for Autism Research and Practice.
Baylor’s Counseling Center has been recognized for excellence in its robust range of mental health services for students.
New Baylor initiative promotes ministry with and by people with disabilities
This spring saw two major milestones on Baylor’s campus — both Baylor Air Force ROTC and the Baylor Religious Hour Choir celebrated their 75th anniversaries.
This summer, Baylor celebrates 100 years of business education.
Baylor President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., named chair of the American Council on Education (ACE) Board of Directors
The U.S. Army and Baylor University boast a long and proud history in health-related graduate education. This tradition continues with the five-year renewal of a program at the Louise Herrington School of Nursing (LHSON) in cooperation with the United States Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing (USAGPAN).
Baylor relief team helps communities hit by disaster
Baylor University students wrapped up the 2022-23 academic year by receiving some of the most prestigious — and highly competitive — scholarships and fellowships at the national and international levels.
Baylor announced the addition of two American black bear cubs to the AZA-accredited Bill and Eva Williams Bear Habitat. The cubs, named Judge Indy and Judge Belle, will join the Baylor Family in the on-campus habitat as early as mid-summer.
University’s beloved American black bear graduated with the Baylor Class of 2023
Baylor Alumni in the new, incoming Big 12 regions make their local recommendations for fans planning a future road trip to cheer on the Bears
Data studies grounded in an ethical framework and powered by motivation to serve others
Data sciences may well be more collaborative than any other discipline.
Baylor softball received three All-Big 12 selections and Head Coach Glenn Moore was honored as the Big 12 Co-Coach of the Year.
While numbers tell an impressive story, Baylor’s pursuit of preeminence as a Christian research university has long been driven by far more than metrics.
More than 40 endowed faculty positions have been created since the start of Baylor’s strategic plan Illuminate and the Give Light campaign