All students, faculty members and staff members are expected to report violations of the Honor Code. In addressing an alleged violation, the faculty member of the class affected by the violation may either handle the matter directly with the accused student or refer the case to the Honor Council. (Violations being referred to the Honor Council must be referred within 21 days of discovery of the violation.) In all cases, the incident and sanction(s) must be reported to the Office of Academic Integrity. (Student Conduct Administration)
For faculty members, there are a host of systems that Baylor uses to help us identify the students that are most in need of academic support and awareness. Studies have shown that members of faculty have tremendous influence in challenging students to perform at their best in the classroom. Certainly there are students that do not respond to faculty outreach, but it is our hope that faculty employ outreach as the first action when concerned about a student. If a student is unresponsive or the conversation with the student did not alleviate the concerns, please alert the staff in the Paul L. Foster Success Center by submitting an Early Alert. (Paul L. Foster Success Center)
If you believe you have seen a crime or suspicious incident occur on campus and would like to report it anonymously, you may call 254-710-2222 and tell the police dispatcher you would like to anonymously report a crime. You may also complete an online form. (Department of Public Safety)
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.
CSAs are required to report Clery Act qualifying crimes and mandated policy violations of which they are aware, on a timely basis, to Baylor University Department of Public Safety. Under the Clery Act, CSAs are only obligated to report, Clery Act qualifying crimes and mandated policy violations which occurred on campus, in public areas bordering campus and in certain non-campus buildings owned or controlled (leased) by the University. The qualifying crimes, policies and geographic designations are defined in CSA training.
Disclosure of relationships or situations where a real or percieved conflict of interest could exist. (Office of Internal Audit and Management Analysis)
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA"), Pub. L. 105-304 requires the designation of an agent to received claimed copyright infringement notifications. Use this reporting mechanism if you believe any of your works are being infringed upon by any domain owned by Baylor University.
The University encourages everyone on campus to immediately report crimes and other emergencies to the University Police by calling 254-710-2222. We have also established a number of other ways for campus community members and visitors to report crimes, serious incidents, and other emergencies to appropriate University officials. (Department of Public Safety)
The Department of Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) serves Baylor University by providing technical support, information and training, consultation and periodic audits of environmental, health and Safety practices and regulatory compliance.
EthicsPoint is an anonymous, confidential hotline/website to report issues for investigation.
The iService Desk provides faculty, staff, and students the ability to submit requests for operations and maintenance, grounds, and custodial services, and to track the status of those requests. Typical requests are for hot/cold temperatures, plumbing issues, lighting issues, or any other issue related to a facility's operation.
The Ombudsperson provides a safe, comfortable, and confidential environment for you to discuss your concerns or complaints outside formal channels. The Ombudsman cannot impose solutions, but identifies options and strategies for resolution.
Fire safety concerns may be reported to the Fire Safety Specialist, or by contacting 254-710-2222. (Department of Public Safety)
Baylor University values a workplace that is productive and enjoyable for staff and faculty as we work to achieve our strategic initiatives. An individual may call Human Resources for information on many topics including benefits, communication, compensation, discrimination, harrassment, job descriptions, performance, policies, etc. (Human Resources)
To report issues or problems with Information Technology systems, please call the Helpdesk at 254-710-4357 or use our online self-service forms. (Information Technology Services)
Minors on Campus applies to camps and programs taking place on Baylor University Campus, in which Minors will be physically present and participating. (Governance, Risk & Compliance)
In the event that you must miss class because of a major crisis such as hospitalization, accident, family crisis or the death of an immediate family member (parent or sibling), the Office of the University Chaplain wants to be of help in order to offer care and to notify others here on campus. You may contact the Office of the University Chaplain at 254-710-3517 and someone will notify your professors to let them know of the crisis until you are able to communicate with them on your own. Remember however, there are no excused absences at Baylor. Our notification is simply a ministry to you during a crisis and does not excuse the absence. If your situation is not a major crisis, please notify your professors personally so that they will be aware that your absence is for family or personal reasons. (Spiritual Life)
The Ombuds to Students at Baylor University provides informal, neutral, and private dispute resolution services for students. Assistance is provided for interpersonal misunderstandings or disputes as well as to those with concerns about academic or administrative issues. (Student Life)
If anyone is injured on campus, an accident/incident must be completed. You may be contacted by a member of Risk Management to provide additional information. (Governance, Risk & Compliance)
The Vice Provost for Research collaborates with the Environmental Health & Safety office to ensure compliance with all safety and required regulatory protocols.
Judicial Affairs has oversight for all records and information related to student conduct violations not related to the Honor Code. Under the Student Conduct Code, all Baylor students are expected to obey the laws of the United States, the state of Texas, and municipalities, or, if studying abroad, the laws of other countries. Students are also expected to obey the rules, regulations, and policies established by Baylor University. (Student Conduct Administration)
To report issues with or violations of policy by student organizations, please utilize this form. (Student Life)
When a student exhibits behaviors of concern and could potentially be a risk to self and others, the Case Manager for Student Life and others on the Students of Concern Committee coordinate a proactive effort to prevent and/or manage the situation. If you submit a CARE Report, you may be contacted for additional information or follow up. The goal is to support students in accessing both on- and off-campus resources so that they can be personally and academically successful. This intervention is NOT for emergencies. For all emergencies, call BUPD at 254-710-2222. For further questions or concerns, contact Sarah Dorrell Ritter, Case Manager for Student Life, at 254-710-7069 or Sarah_Ritter@baylor.edu. (Student Life)
Baylor University takes allegations of sexual violence, assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and other sexually inappropriate conduct seriously. We want to make sure that anyone who reports experiences related to such discrimination feels safe, knows her or his rights and is aware of all available resources and options to continue to have the opportunity to be successful. (Title IX)
If you are unable to identify the appropriate mechanism for your report, please use EthicsPoint. EthicsPoint is an anonymous, confidential hotline/website to report issues for investigation.
The Baylor University "Report It" website directs faculty, staff, students, alumni, parents and the public to a range of reporting tools and instructions.
If there are additional forms or procedures that faculty or staff would like to suggest for inclusion on this page, please send an email to the Baylor webmaster at email@example.com.