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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policies


Diversity and Inclusion Related Policies (Baylor login required)


02.2.01 - Academic Freedom
02.2.10 - Affirmative Action
02.2.20 - Title IX Misconduct and Grievance Policy
02.2.22 - Title IX Misconduct and Grievance Procedures
02.2.25 - Policy Regarding Harassment, Discrimination, and Retaliation
02.2.26 - Sexual Misconduct and Other Prohibited Conduct Policy
02.2.30 - Accommodations for Employees and Employment Applicants with Disabilities
02.2.40 - Diversity Policy
02.2.50 - Accommodations for Breastfeeding Mothers
02.5.25 - Faculty Grievance Procedures
02.5.26 - Staff Grievance Procedure
02.5.39 - Respectful and Professional Work Environment Policy: Standards for Employee Conduct

03.1.10 - Supplier Diversity Program

23.1.07 - Accommodations for Learners and Program Applicants with Disabilities
23.1.08 - Student Appeals and Grievances Policy
23.2.01 - Respectful & Professional Learning Environment Policy: Standards for Student Conduct and College Oversight

23.2.02 - Learner Mistreatment Policy
23.2.05 - Research Postdoctoral Scholars Grievances Policy
27.4.01 - Professional Responsibilities and Expectations of Resident and Fellow Physicians
27.4.07 - Sexual Harassment
27.4.12 - GME Mistreatment and Grievances Policy

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Baylor College of Medicine Integrity Hotline


Baylor College of Medicine has established a confidential and anonymous reporting mechanism for reporting known or suspected improper activity or wrongdoing. Reports can be made via the toll free number (855) 764-7292 or electronically via the internet. An Integrity Hotline outcomes report is available (Baylor login required).

Baylor College of Medicine prohibits retaliation for reporting known or suspected improper activity or wrongdoing.

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Title IX and Gender Discrimination


Baylor is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for all community members, guests and visitors. We believe that all individuals have the right to be free from all forms of sex and gender-based discrimination, which includes sexual harassment, acts of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. Respect is one of the College’ core values. All campus community members are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that does not infringe on the rights of others.

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