School of Health Professions

Resources for Current O & P Students


Student Handbook

As a student enrolled in the Baylor College of Medicine School of Health Professions’ academic programs, you must be knowledgeable of the College’s policies, rules, regulations, and administrative procedures that affect you. The School of Health Professions Student Handbook provides guidelines and policies for all Health Professions students.

Resources for Current Students

A full directory of resources available at Baylor College of Medicine for current students is accessible through the College’s Intranet for those with a BCM login.

Read the Student Commons newsletter weekly to keep up to date on policies and procedures, events and opportunities open to all students at the College. View archives.

The Baylor College of Medicine Career Development Center serves as a valuable resource as your plan for your future.

School of Health Professions

The Orthotics and Prosthetics Program is under the auspices of the Baylor College of Medicine School of Health Professions. Visit the School’s site to learn about other programsacademic and support services available to students, view the School of Health Professions Student Handbook, School-related news and events and more.


Living Our Values

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BCM's Mission, Vision and Values

Baylor College of Medicine is committed to living our values. Should you face situations that do not align with our values, either due to personal or interpersonal challenges, resources are available to help you. Find resources.

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Stay Informed

Don’t miss the latest announcements, events, deadlines or the latest in research and news. Connect with the College on social media

Emergency Notification System

In the event of an emergency, the Baylor community is notified via our website, the employee information line at (713) 798-4444, and through social media and local news channels. Emergency information will also be shared through the Baylor Emergency Notification System (ENS) as needed. To keep your information updated, visit the ENS site (login required)