• #BearsOfBaylor — “I know that I’m cared for and loved here at Baylor.”

    “I remember when I first got here [as a student], I was terrified — and I can see it in their faces. I’m pretty sure I looked like that. Working [in New Student Programs] has just really shown me that we’re here for our students. When I’m done with this job, when school starts, I know there’s people here who care about me, because I was one of those people. I know that I’m cared for and loved here at Baylor.”

    [Working both events, what do you think the difference is between Orientation and Line Camp?]
    “Students are here by themselves during Line Camp, and you get to see the students be themselves a little bit more, because around their parents they are a little reserved; they’re not insane like they are at Line Camp. Orientation’s also a little calmer; we’re not constantly yelling ‘Go Baylor!’ or ‘Sic ’em!’ I do love orientation though, because it’s time for me to interact with parents and let them know ‘We’re here for you; your student’s safe with us.’ I love my job.”


    [Every Baylor Bear has a story; #BearsOfBaylor brings those stories to you, one by one. These stories, these people… This is our Baylor.]

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