What do Baylor residence halls look like today?
If you graduated from Baylor more than 10-15 years ago, chances are good you wouldn’t recognize life in a Baylor residence hall as it exists today.
For starters, virtually every hall has been either built or massively renovated in the past decade or so. That process began in 2004 with the opening of North Village, followed by the debuts of Brooks College/Flats (2007) and East Village (2013). In 2013, a series of residence hall overhauls began; South Russell debuted its new look in 2014, followed by North Russell (2015), Penland (2016), and Martin (2017). Plans for a new-look Memorial/Alexander were revealed this spring as part of the #GiveLightBU campaign.
So… What do these halls look like today? Take a look.
(Each hall is listed in alphabetical order below; click on the hall name for more information about that hall, and on the photo to see an entire photo gallery of that hall.)
Some of these are primarily home to first-year students; others are set up specifically as living-learning centers, residential colleges and upper-division communities. To learn more about Baylor’s on-campus housing opportunities, visit the Campus Living & Learning website.
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