Campus Videos & 360 Views
360 Views : Academic Facilities
360 Views : Fine Arts
360 Views : Athletic Facilities
360 Views : Dorms
360 Views : Student Life
A fly-over of our state-of-the-art athletic facilities. This video was produced by Sims Pettway ’17.
A video fly-over, produced by Sims Pettway ’17, of our beautiful 690-acre campus overlooking the Tennessee River gorge.
Baylor’s campus is home to the Southeast’s only freshwater research center: the Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute.
Baylor sixth graders welcome the incoming students to our great campus overlooking the Tennessee River. Check out the aerial view!
Two Baylor Alumni give a quick tour of Baylor's campus.
Student farmers and Organic Garden Director Robin Fazio ’92 a “Farm to Table” event.
Baylor's stunning campus is over 670 acres with turn-of-the century buildings that overlook the Tennessee River gorge.
Baylor has won more state championships than any other school in Tennessee.
360 Views of Baylor's Campus
The Scotty Probasco Academic Center
About the Scotty Probasco Academic Center
The $14 million Scotty Probasco Academic Center opened in September 2018 as the new hub for English and history classes. The wide and open hallways, expansive windows in every classroom, the spacious common areas, and even the balconies invite students and faculty to interact. The roomy classrooms and the modern furniture allow for flexibility in configuration, comfort, and usage. The technology is state-of-the-art, but no more inspiring than the spectacular vistas of the beautiful Baylor campus and surrounding Tennessee landscape seen from every angle.
Ireland Stairs, Bullard Family Quadrangle, Outdoor Dining Deck
The Heart of Campus Transformed
The newly constructed Ireland Stairs provide a new grand entrance to the heart of Baylor’s campus. The stairs bring you between Alumni Chapel and the new Scotty Probasco Academic Center and into the Bullard Family Quadrangle, newly renovated in 2018. The “quad” has been transformed from an asphalt pathway into a wonderfully welcoming green space. Just off the quad is another outdoor space, the Stanley Lewis Outdoor Dining Deck, adjacent to Guerry Dining Hall. The dining deck was completed in 2016.