Connecting with the HR Office
As of: January 3, 2024
Due to advanced construction efforts in the Clifton-Robinson Tower area and limited parking availability, the Baylor Human Resources Office will continue to work with our campus partners and visitors virtually as needed.
Additionally, with the opening of the Paul and Alejandra Foster Pavilion, the Baylor Human Resources Office will close for in person assistance at noon and remain available remotely until 5:00pm weekdays when Baylor Men's Basketball games and/or Baylor Women's Basketball games occur.
See below for contact and appointment information.
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Please call 254-710-2000 or email askHR@baylor.edu for assistance.
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