Student Opportunity & Accessibility Resources
Student Opportunity & Accessibility Resources (SOAR) provides resources and programming aimed at supporting Baylor’s diverse student population. SOAR is dedicated to offering the research and scholarly opportunities and financial knowledge, skills, and support systems necessary for students to ensure their educational success at all levels.
Prepares undergraduate students from first-generation and under-represented backgrounds in acquiring the knowledge, skills and capacities necessary to successfully navigate a path to a PhD program upon graduation from Baylor.
Student Financial Wellness is a program aimed at helping Baylor students understand personal money management for both current and future financial stewardship and well-being.
Avanzando Through College (ATC) program is a collaboration with UnidosUS aimed at equipping Latino students with the skills, information, and support systems needed to identify student services, improve academic performance, and graduate from college.
The Store is Baylor's free, on-campus food pantry designed to support students in need.
Baylor's Avanzando Through College program is a collaborative effort with UnidosUS designed to equip Latino students with skills, information and support systems needed to identify student services, improve academic performance and graduate college
The Baylor University Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program, known nationally as the McNair Scholars Program, is wrapping up an impressive 2019-2020 academic year with an inaugural national McNair Research Conference held in September and Baylor’s largest graduating cohort of McNair Scholars.
Baylor University students Joshua Robinson and Katie Cameron have been accepted into the Stop the Addiction Fatality Epidemic (SAFE) Collegiate Recovery Leadership Academy, a year-long fellowship for any college student who is passionate about the intersection of collegiate recovery, leadership and service to others.
Baylor University biology major Jacqueline Carroll spent her summer in the lab researching seed microbiomes, the microscopic organisms such as bacteria, fungi and archaea that live within the seed. She hopes her research will one day lead to increased crop production (minus the use of genetically modified organisms) and, ultimately, address world hunger.