Things to Do at Baylor
Get tickets to cheer for Acrobatics & Tumbling, baseball, basketball, cross country, equestrian events, football, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, and track & field.
Located at the heart of the Baylor campus, the Bill and Eva Williams Bear Habitat is home to our beloved live bears. Since first arriving on campus in 1917, the American black bears have embodied Baylor's spirit and tradition. Drop by to meet Judge Indy and Judge Belle!
Fun fact: our bear habitat is the smallest AZA accredited Zoo in the world!
Located on the lower level of the Bill Daniel Student Center, the Gameroom boasts 5 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, billiard tables, foosball tables, ping pong, shuffleboard, classic board games, and a TV lounge with Nintendo Wii capability.
Concerts and programs featuring a variety of instruments, voices, and music styles.
See productions by Baylor's Department of Theatre Arts, recently rated one of the top 25 undergraduate theatre programs in the U.S.
The Baylor University Graduate Student Association is a community that strives to enrich the quality of academic and social life for students of each graduate program of Baylor University as well as advocate the rights of these students and voice their concerns. GSA hosts events like:
- Monthly Assemblies (lunch provided!)
- Grads on the Water
- Football tailgates
- Basketball's "Organization of the Game"
- Christmas Parties
- Farmers Market Discount Days
- Research Showcases
- The Diversity Gala
Learn about more of their events on the GSA webpage.
A complex including discovery hands-on rooms for children, a natural science museum, and a historic 1890's central Texas village.
FREE recreation center for students, faculty, and staff, including a fitness center, a climbing ROCK, leisure pool, outdoor basketball & sand volleyball courts, 4-court gymnasium, conference rooms, racquetball/squash courts, indoor jogging track, aerobics studio and student lounge. Available to graduate students' families for $70/semester!
Located on the banks of the Brazos River across from the main campus, Baylor students, faculty, staff and their approved guests can visit the Marina and use kayaks, canoes, stand-up paddleboards, sunfish sailboats, life vests, and various sports equipment.