Housing, Transportation, & Nutrition
Considered on-campus housing but with graduate student privileges, four residential communities close to campus are devoted to graduate students and their families.
Helpful information from Baylor University's Student Health & Welfare Department
You will find postings here regarding available leases or subleases around Waco, as well as a community to connect with to find a roommate if needed. This group has great tips on where to find affordable housing around Waco.
Students can purchase various types of parking permits to suit your specific needs, including free parking at the Ferrell Center with shuttle service to campus.
Free bus transport in areas on and near campus.
This Waco Transit webpage gives details about using public transportation to access the closest grocery store, HEB at Valley Mills Drive.
Baylor has partnered with Zipcar to bring self-service, on-demand car sharing to the area.
Baylor requires a free bike registration for campus security.
Find meal plans, nutritional information, and a list of dining venues on campus.
Check out resources such as The Store, a student food pantry, and free food events to help address food insecurity issues.
Baylor's partnership with AcademicLiveCare is free to all students. Urgent Care and Counseling resources are readily available to all graduate students, but so is nutrition assistance. Work with a nutritionist to be sure you are meeting your health needs. Fueled bodies and minds means more focused academic work—care for yourself before your research.