- Class: Junior
- Major: Government
- Gender: F
- High School: Lakeside
- Transfer Student: N
Baylor... home of the rich, the white and the clueless. The only thing that i enjoy about Baylor is their academic program. The politics, the presumptions, and the copious amounts of ridiculous rules.... not so wonderful. I spend as much time OFF the campus as I can, dont get me wrong, it is beautiful and well kept... but i have no desire to spend any more time being judged by my peers than is necessary. The town sucks, there arent that many good places to go out, there arent really any good places period. I love Baylor because i know that i am getting a good education, but i wish that i would have done more research before moving across the country to go here.... i dont think that it is as good of a fit as another college might have been.
Some professors are AMAZING, they know who you are, the care about your life and what things might be going on with you. But just like anything, there are the bad ones. The profs that think that JUST because they are profs that are are automatically almighty and powerful and dont give a hoot what you think. Baylor is about learning for its own sake i think. There are 'job fairs' every now and again, but Baylor isnt really known for one department over another... nothing stands out academically to me.
There are more white than any other race, and not by a hair. Baylor is the 'whitest' southern school i have ever seen. There are more women than men, almost 65% female population. Class is laid back. You can wear whatever you want... most wear what appears to be what they slept in the night before. Students at Baylor try to be politically active in national politics and also in our local student government.... im not sure what the student government does.... i dont evenr know who they are.... if that says anything.
The Best Things
The academics and the few amazing professors that dedicate their lifes to the students
The Worst Things
The administration worries more about what the alumni think, than what the students think.