The Baugh-Reynolds Campus
George W. Truett Theological Seminary is housed in a 64,000-square-foot facility on the Baugh-Reynolds Campus, adjacent to the northern edge of the Baylor campus. Located at 1100 South Third Street, the building provides space for classrooms, a teaching chapel, a lecture hall, conference rooms, the 550-seat Paul W. Powell Chapel, and the Paul and Katy Piper Great Hall as well as administrative and faculty offices. Spring 2002 marked the beginning of classes for students at Truett Seminary’s Baugh-Reynolds Campus.
Baylor University, founded by Texas Baptist pioneers, was chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas. Located on the banks of the Brazos River, the University campus encompasses more than 700 acres and more than 100 buildings. As an integral part of Baylor University, Truett Seminary students and faculty have access to an exciting range of facilities and activities.
Library and Computing Resources
Truett students have access to an exceptional theological library and online research resources through the Baylor Libraries. Moody and Jones Libraries are located a block away from the Seminary. The third floor of Moody Memorial Library is home to Baylor's theology and philosophy library and print periodicals are located on the second floor. Research databases, eBooks, online articles, and other research resources are available 24/7 at baylor.edu/library. The Libraries employ a Theology and Philosophy Librarian who is available to assist students with their research. To learn more about the Baylor Libraries visit baylor.edu/library.
The student lounge on the third floor of the Seminary is home to several computers that are available for student use along with a few other computers located in the second floor lounge area. HelpDesk+ in Moody Memorial Library provides check-out laptops and other equipment to support your education. In addition, if you experience issues with your personal computer or other devices, there are technicians on-hand who can provide assistance.
Other Facilities, Activities, and Services
The University environment provides rich cultural opportunities through the Baylor School of Music, the Theatre and Art departments, and various museums, including the Jeanes Discovery Center within the Mayborn Museum Complex. In addition, Truett students enjoy the benefits of special lecture series, the McLane Student Life Center, health and wellness services, recreational activities, and the intercollegiate athletic competition of the Big 12 Conference. See the Student Policies and Procedures online for descriptions of these offerings.
In 2018, the George W. Truett Theological Seminary opened its Houston campus at Tallowood Baptist Church and has now transitioned to holding classes at the Lanier Library. The campus provides space for classrooms and resources for our Houston campus.
San Antonio Campus
In 2021, the George W. Truett Theological Seminary opened its San Antonio campus at Trinity Baptist Church. The campus provides space for classrooms and conference rooms as well as the administrative offices for the San Antonio Campus.