Health and Wellbeing
The Department of CARE Team Services is a team of case managers who connect students to resources both on and off campus and offer holistic care through creating trusting relationships.
Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations and key resources.
Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX
The mission of Baylor Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX is to engage in issues of harassment and discrimination with care and integrity to actively shape a conscientious community where members are valued, empowered and recognized.
Food Security Asset Map
A guide to places and people who can aid students with obtaining food security assistance.
Graduate Student Short-Term Leave
Graduate students suffering from a serious medical condition may apply for short-term medical leave from their academic and assistantship responsibilities. Either the graduate students or their graduate program directors (on behalf of their graduate student) may apply for this emergency leave.
BUHS provides medical care and patient education to students at Baylor University. Baylor faculty and staff can come to the Health Center to receive immunizations.
Take care of yourself! Kim Balmer, our licensed massage therapist, is eager to help reduce stress and help you feel great again.
The Center for Academic Success and Engagement office, located in the Paul L. Foster Success Center, hosts a student food pantry called The Store. Students who would like to access The Store can stop by Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm, complete a once a year intake form, and then select the food items they need.