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Proposal Responses

On September 22, the Baylor Alumni Association (BAA) notified its members of Baylor's proposal for the BAA to terminate its independent status and become part of Baylor's administrative operations within the Division of University Development. We asked for responses—and immediately our inbox was flooded with them.

Below, you will find links to the responses we've received. Some people preferred to keep their responses private, and a few asked that we withhold their names. Aside from those instances, these are the entirety of the responses (edited for length and clarity) that we've received.

We will continue to add to this page as more responses come in, so please e-mail your comments to BaylorLine@BaylorAlumniAssociation.com. You may also post comments on our message board at BAA Forum. If your comments are included here and you wish to have them removed, e-mail us at the address above, and we will promptly remove them.

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As of October 27, 88 percent of the responses received are in support of the BAA's independence, while 7 percent support Baylor's proposal and 5 percent are mixed.

Responses published October 27, 2009

Responses in Support of the Baylor Alumni Association's Independence


Responses in Support of Baylor University's Proposal

Mixed Responses to Baylor University's Proposal

Responses published October 17, 2009

Highlighted responses by Randy Fields '70, Allan Marshall '07, and Paul Foster '79

Responses in Support of the Baylor Alumni Association's Independence


Responses in Support of Baylor University's Proposal

Mixed Responses to Baylor University's Proposal


Responses published October 12, 2009


Comments by Jack Loftis '57, Paul Powell '56, and Dr. William D. Hillis '53


Responses published October 6, 2009

Responses in Support of the Baylor Alumni Association's Independence


Responses in Support of Baylor University's Proposal

Mixed Responses to Baylor University's Proposal


Response published October 1, 2009

Comments by Marie Brown '92





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