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Resources & Services


Notary Services Locations
Judicial Affairs Office
Suite 270
Clifton Robinson Tower
254-710-1715

Office of Academic Integrity
Suite 270
Clifton Robinson Tower
254-710-1715



Notary Services

The Judicial Affairs Office and the Office of Academic Integrity provide limited complimentary notary services to current students, faculty and staff when possible.

Please note that due to the primary work requirements of the staff, lengthy or complicated documents, such as home loans, wills, living wills, power of attorney, Do Not Resuscitate orders, other documents with a self-proving affidavit, or recurring business documents will not be notarized.

The service is available Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 12 noon and 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. There is no need to make an appointment, but you will need to have your Baylor ID and your driver's license with you in order to have your documents notarized. The offices are located in suite 270 in the Clifton Robinson Tower.


Law and Court Resources

General Legal Information
This site contains the most common legal information that students may need while attending college.

City of Waco Municipal Court
This site provides information regarding fines and deferred adjudication probation.

McLennan County, Texas
This site is a general resource for McLennan County and includes information about traffic tickets, county courts, and the district attorney. There is also a link to the McLennan County Sheriff's office on this site.

Texas Statutes
Site including all the state of Texas statutes. Click on the Texas Statues link to access the Texas Penal Code.

Waco City Ordinances
Good resource for individuals who have questions about the Waco Code of Ordinances.


Law Enforcement Resources

Baylor University Police Department
The Baylor University Police Department is in charge of campus law enforcement. This site includes information about campus safety and crime statistics.

McLennan County Sheriff's Office
This site provides information about the Sheriff's Office of McLennan County, Texas.

Texas Department of Public Safety
General resource which includes information concerning drivers license renewal, suspensions, and reinstatements.

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
This site is a good resource for information about underage drinking, drinking while driving, and other laws governing alcohol use in the state of Texas.

Waco Police Department
This site contains information regarding the city of Waco law enforcement.


Higher Education Law Resources

Clery Campus Security Act
The Clery Campus Security Act is a federal law that requires colleges and universities to annually report campus crime statistics and other safety and crime information to the campus community.

Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act
The Drug Free Schools and Campuses Act requires colleges and universities to implement programs to prevent the use and distribution of drugs and alcohol on campus.

FERPA
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is a federal law that protects the privacy of students' educational records.

Modified 1-29-09