As an Atheist, I decided on Baylor for it's academics and nice prehealth reputation. Also a major factor in my decision was scholarships and honors program. I have no interest in it's religious affiliation and would not mind being surrounded by those of faith, since I usually am (I come from a very Baptist family). I do not consider myself a closet Atheist, but I also do not engage in religious discussion unless I am brought into it. I do not preach Atheism. I do not bash those of faith.
My question of concern is this: would a non-religious type like myself find myself being graded unfairly by professors? I doubt that would happen, but are there any stories like this? I'm trying to get into medical school and I plan on working my tail off to achieve the highest GPA I can possibly achieve. But in the back of my mind, I am a little concerned that the religious faculty will look down on me and not give me the grade I worked for due to my lack-of-religion.
I'm positive that I am not the only Atheist going to Baylor this fall. Any tips/suggestions would be very helpful!