Baylor in Oxford

Looking for an adventure?! We want to invite you to consider studying abroad summer 2022 with BAYLOR IN OXFORD! We are an intentionally small study abroad trip, with a typical enrollment of 18 to 22 students. You can expect close interactions with your faculty and strong bonds with fellow students. Baylor students live at Christ Church, the largest and most prestigious of the Oxford colleges. We take our meals in the magnificent Great Hall, have classes overlooking Tom Quad, and worship in Christ Church Cathedral. Classes will sometimes take place outside the walls of the traditional classroom: under at tree, at a famous site, or maybe a location of your choosing! Your afternoons are free for you to read, study, or explore your beautiful home for the summer. We take day trips to the Cotswolds, Canterbury, and London as well as travel to Edinburgh, Scotland for a long weekend excursion. We hope you consider us as you make plans for the summer!


To apply or get more information about the program, please check us out on BearsAbroad!

Student-Employee Positions Available!

Student-employee positions are available for Fall 21 and Spring 22 in the Student-Athlete Center for Excellence which allow for flexible hours and scheduling, competitive pay, and the opportunity to develop essential professional skills. Tutors will work one-on-one and in small groups with student-athletes for specific courses at Baylor. While the immediate need is for intro-level subjects, those capable of tutoring upper-level courses are also encouraged to apply.  Prior tutoring experience is not necessary for success in this role–any student who feels comfortable explaining material and answering questions from their peers would be a good fit. Regardless of experience level, all of our tutors will be trained in our procedures and best practices in addition to receiving regular follow-up training and feedback.  All trainings, session prep work, and tutor sessions are paid, and student-employees may work as few as four or as many as twenty hours per week at their discretion. Feel free to contact Sara Roberts ( for any questions!

 Click link to apply:

Join Model Organization of American States

Are you interested in international relations and diplomacy in the Western Hemisphere? If so, Model Organization of American States (MOAS) is for you! The Organization of American States (OAS) is a regional organization within the United Nations that attends to the needs of the Western Hemisphere. In this class, we debate, look at current events, and finally, compete in regional and global competitions representing countries within the hemisphere (we go to Washington in the spring!).

This semester, we are Trinidad and Tobago & Venezuela, and we are looking for new members.  Our class meets M/W at 5:30pm-7:30pm.  If you are interested, please email Dr. Supplee, the faculty advisor at: You can also contact me, the MOAS assistant at: Hope to see some of y’all there!

Gabriela Fernández Castillo
Baylor University 2021
Baylor Interdisciplinary Core Program
B.A. International Studies & Psychology 

Improve your public speaking skills, travel, make friends from all over the world, AND get class credit! Join Model Organization of American States (MOAS)

HIS 2v89, HIS 4v89 or PSC 4v89 counts as a Regional Studies Credit (HIS, PSC, International Studies) and for the Global Certificate

A one credit course that will change the course of your life!

When: M 5:30-7  and W 5:30-7:30

Where: Tidwell GL05

Monday, December 6- Deadline to join the club to be eligible to compete for a spot on the spring national traveling team.

The Global Health Student Network

Learn more about the new Global Health initiative on campus, the Global Health Student Network. This group is not a student organization, it is a branch of the Office of Engaged Learning’s new Global Health Academy

The goal of GHSN is to bring together a diverse group of students from varied majors and backgrounds. We hope that this new community of Global Health scholars will include Baylor’s Honors College students. To learn more check out the mission, vision, and structure.

If you are interested in joining the Global Heath Student Network, fill out this form:

McNair Scholars- Apply Now

The McNair Scholars Program at Baylor University prepares first-generation college students and other underrepresented students for graduate school.  Our program provides these students with the opportunities for funded, faculty-mentored research as well as free GRE preparation and professional development workshops to assist students in preparing their graduate applications. Eligible applicants may apply as early as their Sophomore year and as late as their Senior year as long as they will not be graduating before fall of 2022. Our fully online application can be found on our website at


The application priority deadline is December 1st, 2021. For more information on this and other upcoming interest sessions; please visit

For more information on the program please visit:

Spring 2022 History Courses

History Courses – Spring 2022 Brochure

We are excited to share our Spring 2022 history courses with you! We have a variety of US in Global Perspective sections, World & US History surveys, and upper-level courses in Global, European, and US History. View the brochure on Issuu or download it as a PDF here.

Individual assigned dates/times for registration will be viewable in BearWeb starting on Wednesday, October 20. Early registration for Spring 2022 begins on November 3!