Full Sail University
Winter Park, Florida, United States
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Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas through the efforts of Baptist pioneers, Baylor is the oldest continually operating university in Texas. Located in Waco, Baylor welcomes students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and 89 countries to study a broad range of degrees among its 12 nationally recognized academic divisions. Our Metro area population greater than 234,000 and approximately 1,000-acre campus located on the Brazos River.
Baylor is conveniently located in the heart of Texas, within easy driving distance of most of the state's major cities. With a metro area population of about 234,000, Waco provides the amenities of a big city wrapped in the comfort of a close knit community.
Living on-campus at Baylor, you will experience a supportive Christian environment with people and services in place to help you achieve personal growth and academic success. You will have the opportunity to build relationships that will transform your life forever, and you will experience what it means to be a part of something much bigger than yourself - a community.
First-year students are required to live on-campus for their first two semesters in one of three community options for first-year students: First-Year Communities, Living-Learning Centers, and Residential Colleges. Many students choose to continue their on-campus experience by living in an Upper-Division Community or renewing their membership in a Living-Learning Center or Residential College.
Residential Colleges are faculty-led communities that foster academic excellence, intensive faculty-student interaction, and rich culture steeped in Baylor tradition. The three Residential Colleges at Baylor offer a special sense of community through community dinners, morning and evening prayer, and Master's Teas hosted by the Residential College Faculty Steward of the community.