Advisement in Arts & Sciences
Freshmen, sophomores and juniors in the College of Arts & Sciences receive academic advisement through CASA (College of Arts & Sciences Advisement), which also provides resources and institutional coordination for departmental and program advisors.
Arts & Sciences Core Curriculum
The College of Arts & Sciences core curriculum is the foundation for a degree from Baylor University.
Review the updated Arts & Sciences attendance policy to make sure you earn course credit
Frequently asked questions about Baylor University’s Christian mission and identity
Need to meet with a dean or contact someone else in the College of Arts & Sciences Dean's Office? Here's everything you need to know.
Engaged Learning Opportunities
The Office of Engaged Learning is the central hub of programs in which Baylor faculty and staff help students maximize their undergraduate experience through learning beyond the classroom, linking transformational education to opportunities for application.
Graduation and Commencement
The Arts & Sciences Degree Certification Office will help you understand all the steps necessary to successfully graduate from Baylor.
Majors in Arts & Sciences
The College of Arts & Sciences offers more than 60 majors in fields of study ranging from the natural sciences and social sciences to the arts and humanities.
Registering for Classes
The Office of the Registrar facilitates academic excellence and student success by providing important academic services for the Baylor community.
Learn about the many opportunities for undergraduate scholarships and aid through Baylor University, as well as specific scholarship opportunities offered through the College of Arts & Sciences.
Self-Paced Online Courses
Special Academic Programs
Explore the wide variety of special academic programs available to College of Arts & Sciences students, including Air Force and Army ROTC, Aviation Science, study abroad and exchange programs, and the Honors and University Scholars programs.
Student Life and Activities
The Baylor University campus offers a wide range of activities and events for students, many of these coordinated through the offices of Student Activities and Student Life.
Various Additional Academic Resources
Find information on additional academic programs such as study abroad and pre-law, as well as information on self-paced online courses, the undergraduate catalog, career and professional development, and student organizations such as BURST.
The Wintermester Session offers the opportunity to take courses that can be completed over Baylor's Christmas break.
The University Writing Center (UWC) offers free personal consulting in all areas of writing and composing at any stage of the writing process. Whether you want a reader for a final draft, to brainstorm ideas, or to discuss an entire assignment, the UWC can help.