Baylor University continues to develop a campus culture of care. Our role as a prominent Christian University demands that we create a safe and secure environment within which all members of our community - faculty, staff, and students - can learn, thrive, and become the people God has created them to be. Every faculty and staff member plays an integral part in fostering a campus culture characterized by dignity, integrity, safety, and respect.
One step towards creating and maintaining a safe environment is continuous communication and education of our community. All faculty and staff are required annually to complete the Intersections: Preventing Harassment, Discrimination, & Sexual Violence online course.
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 Employee tab for more information.
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 or Title_IX@baylor.edu. 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.Please note
If you would like to inquire about in-person training, contact the Title IX Office at Title_IX@baylor.edu.
For problems with course functionality, contact the Title IX Office at (254) 710-8454. If the course triggers a past experience or to report an incident, please see the resources in the callout boxes to the right.
This online course is not supported on the Safari browser which is the default for all Apple tablets (iPad) and smartphones (iPhone). Therefore, you should plan to take this training on a laptop or desktop computer and use Google Chrome internet browser.
Click EXIT in the top right of the training page. Then click YES in the next box. The next time you click on the blue play button to resume the course, you will be brought back to the page where you chose to exit.
All Baylor employees should consider themselves "responsible employees" and take responsibility for their role in ensuring campus safety. More information on Title IX-related situations can be found HERE.
Click on Menu in the top right corner. This area displays a list of sections and chapters for the course content. Once you have finished a section, it will be noted as "Complete."
Online courses allow participants to complete the content at their own pace, so there is not a definitive amount of time the course takes to complete. Progress depends on several factors including reading speed, prior knowledge of the content, and optional readings.
Yes. CLICK HERE for instructions on how to access/review a completed course.