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Thinking about going to Baylor....

RarpicharpardRarpicharpard Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
Current Baylor students, I was wondering: if you had just a few sentences to try to convince someone to go to Baylor, what would you say

Replies to: Thinking about going to Baylor....

  • Sophmore1Sophmore1 Registered User Posts: 711 Member
    Ditto ^^
  • Koolkat97Koolkat97 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
    Not a current member, but a committed incoming freshman. I had many options, but what convinced me to choose Baylor was my campus visit. Everyone there is so nice and welcoming, I feel that if I make an effort to get to know people by initiating conversation I can make a lot of great connections. Also, a huge concern I had about college in general are professors that could care less. At a Christian university like Baylor, I think that I'll have a better experience with professors who genuinely care about me. Good luck with your decisions!
  • WorryHurry411WorryHurry411 Registered User Posts: 1,112 Senior Member
    1.Baylor has a lovely campus and supportive environment. 2. Academics are good in general and great for health sciences. 3. It is not as small as a high school nor as big as Disneyland.
    4. They offer good merit scholarships and financial aid.
    5. They are going through a great transformation and it is an exiting time to be a bear.
    6. Baylor Alumni network is awesome.

    These are just a few from a long list.
  • woodlandsmomwoodlandsmom Registered User Posts: 400 Member
    My nephew went there and he liked the fact that they have free tutoring and really seem to want their students to do well. My son liked the size which is why he is applying there. It is a Division 1 school for sports but it is not overwhelming in size.
  • RarpicharpardRarpicharpard Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
    Thanks everybody!
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