Applicant or Community Member
Concerns or complaints from an applicant or community member may be submitted to the Chancellor for investigation. Concerns and complaints may be submitted by emailing the Chancellor at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail:
Baptist Health College Little Rock
Office of the Chancellor
11900 Colonel Glenn Road
Little Rock, AR 72210
Informal complaints and suggestions for improvements may be submitted at any time. These may be submitted via email or in writing to a program director, coordinator, dean, or the chancellor.Complaints regarding harassment and bullying may be submitted via email or in writing to a program director, a coordinator, dean, or the chancellor. Complaints should include the following information:
Your Name and Contact Information
Date(s), Time(s) and Location(s) of Incident(s)
Witnesses Who Were Present
Name of Person You Believe Harassed You or Another Individual
Detailed Description of the Incident(s)
Your Signature and Date
Formal grievances may be utilized when an enrolled student feels there is an academic or administrative issue that has not been resolved by the faculty or staff member and student. BHCLR recognizes that both students and school officials have rights and offers both academic and administrative grievance procedures. A grievance must be initiated by the student directly affected. Detailed grievance procedures are found in the BHCLR catalog in the Student Services section. Students may pick up a grievance request in Student Services. A completed grievance request may be submitted to Student Services.
Title IX Gender, Sex, or Sexual Orientation Complaint Process
BHCLR fulfills the federal requirements of the Clery Act (485f HEA), Violence Against Women Act (VAWA Public Law 113-14), and Title IX (20 U.S.C. §1681 Et. Seq.). BHCLR utilizes the above guidelines to develop awareness and prevention programs for students and employees to keep our campus safe from sexual violence.
BHCLR does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, or sexual orientation in its programs of study. Title IX protects all people regardless of their gender or gender identity from sex discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and sexual violence.
BHCLR has a designated Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Coordinator is available to explain and discuss your right to file a criminal complaint related to sexual assault and violence; BHCLRs complaint and investigation process, confidentiality practices, and available resources.
External Oversight Agencies
BHCLR is accredited, approved, and certified by a variety of oversight agencies. Contact information for these agencies may be found in the BHCLR Catalog in the General Information section.