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The purpose of the Campus Diversity Committee is to promote diversity as a strength, as a core element in academic excellence, and as a reflection of a caring Christian community. The Campus Diversity Committee, with the support of the Office of the President, seeks to ensure an academic environment that welcomes, recognizes, respects and celebrates the personal heritage of all campus constituents. The Committee should emphasize efforts to strengthen community at Baylor.
The Office of Community Engagement and Service (CES) provides the campus-wide infrastructure for coordinating, supporting and advancing informed community engagement with the intention of leveraging the university's collective influence toward promoting positive social change.
Our cross cultural initiatives engage many cultures on Baylor's campus by building cross-cultural relationships with other Baylor students interested in doing the same thing. Through partnerships with the Center for Global Engagement and Multicultural Affairs we connect students who might not otherwise meet and offer opportunities to get to know those outside of campus as well through cultural immersion trips.
The Counseling Services strives to facilitate the educational experience and total development of students by enhancing mental health and well-being. Our staff works to focus on each individual's strengths to help promote meaningful life choices by working through issues that students face throughout the college experience.
The Department of Wellness provides health education programs and services that help Baylor students develop healthy lifestyles and cultivate a culture of wellness on campus through knowledge and behavior change.
The mission of the Department of Multicultural Affairs is to enrich the holistic development of each student by encouraging them to celebrate their personal heritage and embrace the cultures of others.
Baylor University and the Office of Access and Learning Accommodation are committed to assuring equal access in all aspects of the college experience. OALA works with personnel from all areas of the University, especially faculty and administration, to determine how students with disabilities will meet academic requirements.
Spiritual Life exists to nurture theological depth, spiritual wholeness, and missional living in the students, staff, and faculty at Baylor University by offering integrated formational programing, transformative missional experiences, competent pastoral care, and worship that is responsive to the Christian Tradition and sensitive to culture.
Baylor University is committed to a caring and compassionate community. No university, however, is immune to problems of bias and prejudice. If you believe you have been subject to a bias-motivated act, one avenue to pursue is the Bias-Motivated Incident Support Team, or BMIST.
Transferring comes with a unique set of challenges that not everyone can understand. Whether you are a new transfer, have been at Baylor for a while, or are just weighing your transfer options, we can help you out.