International Study Center
Live and study within 1,000 acres of green space and historic buildings, with culture and recreation on your doorstep.
All first-year students live in residence halls on campus for one academic year. Some Baylor faculty also live on campus, providing a high level of academic, spiritual and emotional support. Dining halls, classrooms, libraries and other facilities are located on-site.
Being housed by the University will help you to settle in, meet other students, and become an active member of the community.
Within walking distance you'll have access to all the on-site facilities - such as events, support services, and dining halls - making it easy to get involved.
By being near the faculty you'll build relationships with your teachers and other staff so you always have someone you can go to for support: academic, spiritual or emotional.
Being on campus also means you will be surrounded by other students who are also adjusting to their new environment, so you'll be able to make friends easily and learn about your new space together.
There are 11 residence halls on campus, split into single, double, triple rooms and apartments so there is plenty of choice depending on what you’re looking for. Whichever you choose you will have your own bed, desk, chair and wardrobe and you can make your room your own by bringing decorations from home or photos of friends and family.
One of the single-occupancy rooms available on campus.
You can choose to share a twin room at Baylor University. This room has been decorated by its occupants to make it feel homely.
Another twin-occupancy room, with a different layout. Students are allocated a room mate, who often becomes a life-long friend.
You can also choose to share with two room mates in a larger, triple-occupancy room.