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Faculty & Staff Training

Online Training: Bridges: Building a Supportive Community

This training course for faculty and staff is a federally mandated overview course about Title IX and the Violence Against Women’s Act. This mandatory course will help faculty and staff members be more aware of situations in which harassment or violence may occur. It will also aid employees in understanding their responsibilities in reporting and aiding students and/or colleagues who may have experienced these behaviors.

Specific Baylor policies and resources may be found at www.baylor.edu/titleix. It is important for faculty and staff to understand their roles in working with those who have been affected by these behaviors. Please see the Responsible Employees tab for more information.

To access the course, log into BaylorCompass using your BearID and password.

Be sure to turn off the pop-up blocker for the internet browser. To enable pop-up windows, please visit www.baylor.edu/its/index.php?id=925685#q1. For additional assistance with your internet browser, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 254-710-4357.

Once the pop-up blocker is off, click the blue “play” button next to the course task to launch the course. This course may be accessed multiple times. Once completed, BaylorCompass will automatically record that you have completed the course. The system will link to a Print Certificate screen at the end of the course. Faculty and staff are welcome to print this certificate, but the certificate does not need to be submitted to any office. If you have questions related to BaylorCompass, please contact askHR at 254-710-2000.


Additional Training

If you have questions regarding reporting, the policy, or your role as a responsible employee, please contact the Title IX Office at 254-710-8454. If you encounter a student or colleague who may have been affected by sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, stalking, and/or intimate partner violence, please contact the Title IX Office. When in doubt, contact the Title IX office.

If you would like to inquire about in-person training, contact Elizabeth Wellinghoff, Training and Prevention Specialist, at E_Wellinghoff@baylor.edu.


More Information

If you have questions regarding reporting, the policy, or your role as a responsible employee, contact the Title IX Office at 254-710-8454. If you encounter a student or colleague who may have been affected by sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, stalking, and/or intimate partner violence, please contact the Title IX Office. When in doubt, contact the Title IX Office.