Baylor University is committed to providing safe and secure environment for minor participants of youth activities and programs. Faculty, staff, students, and external staff therefore are expected to hold themselves to the highest standards of conduct when interacting with youth.
Activities and programs involving non-enrolled minors are integral to Baylor University. The office of Youth Protection supports the campus community by establishing standards regarding the protection of minors, delivering education and training, while assessing risk and monitoring compliance with the University Youth Protection Policy and regulatory statues the University must adhere to.
Summer Youth Programs & Camps for 2023
Baylor University extends beyond the classroom in its mission to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service through its summer program offerings.
Please visit Summer Camp Employment to learn more. Also refer to the Summer Youth Program Guide to learn more about summer youth program requirements. Summer programs range from athletics/recreation, sports management, academic, music, ministry and more.
If you have any questions about requirements related to implementing a youth program or event, please contact the Director of Youth Protection, Reggie Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 254-710-6490.