Interested in getting involved on campus but not sure which student clubs and organizations are for you?Explore your options here, from student government academic clubs to the school newspaper and college radio. Thanks to movies like Animal House and Old School the very words conjure up pictures of wild parties and crazy college students, but these movies have created a picture that is not entirely accurate.Fraternities and sororities are “value-based organizations dedicated to the development of character and lifelong friendships.” Greeks don’t only behave like the movies portray but also have a positive influence on campus, are known for their philanthropic efforts, academic achievement, and community building.College classes and majors are the backbone of your education.But are you fully prepared for freshman year or ready to choose your major?It took me 3 replays to beat him because the puck would go right under my cursor and into my goal. Baylor University (BU) is a private Baptist university in Waco, Texas. In the fall of 1844, the Texas Baptist Education Society petitioned the Congress of the Republic of Texas to charter a Baptist university.
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The university holds Greek chapters to a high standard, and over the past years has placed several chapters on suspension due to violations of the Student Code of Conduct; the Kappa Sigma chapter was restored to good standing at the beginning of fall semester 2014.
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Baylor University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools but is currently on "warning" due to suspected non-compliance with SACS requirements, it is the least severe non-compliant status a university can be placed on. He is considered the third founding father of the university.
In 1841, 35 delegates to the Union Baptist Association meeting voted to adopt the suggestion of Rev. Although these three men are credited as being the founders of the university, many others worked to see the first university established in Texas and thus they were awarded Baylor's Founders Medal. Lipscomb of the Texas Supreme Court began teaching classes in the "science of law," making Baylor the first in Texas and the second university west of the Mississippi to teach law.