How Does Baylor Lead?
With a clear, innovative curriculum taught by some of the nation's leading educators.
Baylor's experiential opportunities, such as class lessons at our on-campus solar farm, help define our culture of learning.
Baylor's STEM courses provide real-world, problem-based learning that students can later apply in college and in their careers.
In collaboration with the Tennessee River Gorge Trust, Baylor students are becoming stewards of Williams Island – a 400-acre wilderness within easy rowing distance of campus.
The interactivity that iPads provide are yet another way to engage students in learning.
Our students have access to exceptional resources, such as Hedges Library, which recently underwent a $1.5 million renovation.
Fluency in languages and knowledge of other cultures helps prepare students to succeed in a world that is increasingly diverse.