• Baylor moms and dads describe their experiences at Parent & Family Weekend 2012

    Baylor Parent and Family Weekend 2012

    From “Last Lectures” to After Dark and Moonlight Madness to Saturday night football, the Baylor campus welcomed thousands of visitors for Parent and Family Weekend Friday through Sunday.

    [Click here for photos from the weekend.]

    What did the parents who visited have to say about their experiences? Here’s a sampling of comments from Baylor’s official Facebook page:

    “Thank you Baylor community! As a parent of a freshman, I have noticed that your your vision and reality are closely aligned. That is what makes a great organization. What a great time my family had this weekend. Go Bears!”

    “It was a joy to be a part of such an awesome weekend at such a prestigious institution! Our family enjoyed our time together, and also meeting our son’s new extended family. It was a pleasure to meet each of his professors; each one was an example of both great strength and genuine humility. They were pleasant and it was evident that they possess a real joy for teaching. It was also a pleasure to meet Mr. Ken Starr. We saw first hand that he is not only an excellent leader, but is also very personable. Thank you, Baylor for a great time: Sic’ em Bears!!”

    “FABulous weekend – every time we go to Baylor for whatever reason, we are even happier that our son is there. WHAT a wonderful environment! What a blessing to everyone who is touched by Baylor!”

    Back at you, parents — thanks for all you do for Baylor and your children.

    Sic ’em, Baylor families!

    [Parents: Want to stay involved? Check out the Baylor Parents League to connect with other Baylor parents in your area. Local chapters gather to create care packages for students, raise money for scholarships, pray for students and more. Visit baylor.edu/parentsleague for more information.]

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