Baptist College of Health Sciences (Baptist College) is a community that respects the rights of others and seeks to contribute to the mission and goals we share. In order to ensure that a safe and secure environment exists that supports intellectual, spiritual, and personal development, Baptist College has policies and procedures in place that all members of the community agree to follow. It is an expectation that our students adhere to high standards of behavior and observe the college's policies and guidelines while at Baptist College.
We at Baptist College of Health Sciences (Baptist College) are concerned about the welfare, security, and safety of every individual at the Baptist College; however, maintaining a secure and safe campus environment can only be achieved through a cooperative effort of the entire Baptist College community.
In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, Baptist College of Health Sciences provides academic accommodations for students with disabilities on an individual basis. The college will adhere to all applicable federal and state laws with respect to providing reasonable accommodations to give equal educational opportunities to qualified disabled individuals.
Taking care of yourself includes both your physical and emotional health. Personal counseling services are offered by Baptist College to assist you in many aspects of your life, including managing stress, adjusting to academic life, relationship issues, developing problem-solving strategies, decision-making, crisis intervention, and other matters of concern that could interfere with your academic success.