Faculty & Staff News: Featured
The recent criminal conviction of former student-athlete Sam Ukwuachu has brought deep anguish to our campus. As we have said unequivocally, acts of sexual violence contradict every value Baylor University upholds as a caring Christian community.
The monthly emergency notification test will be conducted this Friday, September 4, 2015 at 3:25 p.m.
WACO, Texas (Sept. 2, 2015) – Baylor University’s Board of Regents announced today that they have retained the services of the Philadelphia law firm Pepper Hamilton LLP, to conduct a thorough and independent external investigation into the university’s handling of cases of alleged sexual violence. The investigation will be led by partners Gina Maisto Smith and Leslie Gomez, well-recognized experts in the institutional response to all aspects of sexual misconduct matters.
Faculty and staff are required to complete the Title IX course to better understand their rights, responsibilities, options, and resources. However, questions do arise even about the course itself. Here, you can find answers to many of your questions regarding the course and Title IX in general.
Learn your rights, options, and resources under Title IX.
As Parking and Transportation Services deploys new technology to help manage campus parking, please take the time to ensure your vehicle license plate information is up to date.
Friday, September 4 — the start of the first weekend of college football for 2015 — will be celebrated nationwide as “College Colors Day.” Fans all over the country will wear their team’s colors to show their school pride on the opening weekend for college football. But at Baylor, we’ve got too much to be excited about […]