Acts of sexual misconduct, sexual assault, stalking and relationship (dating or domestic) violence (collectively, “Prohibited Sexual Conduct”) are unacceptable and will not be tolerated at Baptist Health Sciences University (Baptist University). Baptist University investigates or responds to reports of Prohibited Sexual Conduct under circumstances in which the accused person is subject to this policy (student, faculty, staff, visitor or other third party).
In all instances in which Prohibited Sexual Conduct is found to have occurred under this policy, the Title IX Coordinator, Adonna Caldwell, 1003 Monroe Ave., Memphis TN 38104 Room 244A Main Campus Building, along with the Dean of Student Services and Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation (BMHCC) Human Resources, where applicable, will take appropriate steps to end such conduct, prevent its recurrence, and redress its effects.
Students, faculty and staff found to be in violation of this policy will be subject to disciplinary actions up to and including termination, dismissal or other appropriate institutional sanctions; affiliates and program participants may be removed from Baptist University programs and/or prevented from returning to campus.
For specific guidelines, definitions, procedures and resources supporting this policy, please see: