Campus Academic Resources
Are you a veteran student? Want help crafting a resume or preparing to interview? Do you need learning accommodations? Curious about academic excellence opportunities? The Paul L. Foster Success Center includes many services to coach, prepare, inform and assist you on your way.
A partnership between the English Department and the Graduate School that provides help with writing projects at every stage from brainstorming to polishing and of every size from personal statements to theses.
Moody Memorial Library and Jesse H. Jones Library together house approximately 5 million physical resources and provide access to half a million electronic resources.
Take University Libraries' workshops to develop your Digital Scholarship skills.
Located on the second floor of the W. R. Poage Legislative Library, the GRC features the Pattie Orr Graduate Research Commons, five collaboration rooms, a conference room, lounge and break room.
Our Research and Engagement Librarians are subject and research strategy experts who are ready to support the research needs of students, faculty, and the Baylor community and serve every major and discipline of the university. Find the librarian liaison for your discipline here.
HelpDesk+ is Baylor’s one-stop solution for all things tech. Faculty, staff, and students will find hardware support, software solutions, DUO assistance, password resets, technology checkouts, and much more on the Garden Level of Moody Memorial Library.
Library and Academic Technology Services (LATS) stands at the intersection of research, learning, teaching, and technology. LATS helps faculty and students with different forms of online learning, develops and deploys library systems, provides technology across campus in classrooms and beyond, and more.
Baylor also hosts several Collections, including:
A 19th-Century research center, housed in a museum-like setting, with significant holdings regarding literature and culture in Britain and America from 1800 to 1900.
Recognized as one of the most distinguished music libraries in the Southwest, housing music and visual arts collections, as well as audio and video recordings for other disciplines.
The Keston Center for Religion, Politics and Society works with the Keston Institute in Oxford, United Kingdom to promote research and encourage the study of religion in communist, post-communist, and other totalitarian societies.
Collects, preserves, and provides access to materials on the history, heritage and culture of Texas.
A repository for congressional and personal papers related to the political history of Texas and the nation.
An education-specific library serving faculty, students and teachers with educational resources, including journals, teaching resources, state testing files, and hands-on learning materials.
The Copy Center can print presentation posters often within one day's notice, although allowing more time is recommended. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with
- PDF file sized how you need it
- Whether you want matte or glossy (glossy costs extra)
- Your department
- Your department's Ignite number.