Faculty and Staff Resources

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University Offices and Resources

  • Bias Incidents and Reporting: Learn what constitutes bias and report an incident.
  • Campus Ministry: Activities and programs that foster the spiritual development of the Bellarmine University community.
  • Employee Assistance Program: A confidential, short-term counseling service for employees and their families, provided and paid for by Bellarmine. Employees may contact Human Development Company directly at 502-589-HELP (4357) or 1-800-877-8332.
  • Human Resources: Information about faculty, staff and administrative employment at Bellarmine.

Trainings and Professional Development

Bellarmine DEI Endorsement

The Bellarmine University DEI Endorsement is a continuing education program developed for Bellarmine faculty, staff, students, and community members seeking to personally and professionally develop by engaging with various DEI topics. Learners will complete this endorsement more equipped to help make their communities, workplaces, and organizations more inclusive and equitable spaces. Read more

#BUDialogues

Once a month for an hour, the Office of Identity & Inclusion leads a discussion focusing on identity and/or social justice open to students, faculty, and staff. This series aims to raise awareness, build community, and encourage attendees to create individual and cross-campus action plans on how to build equitable environments for all members of the Bellarmine University and Louisville community. Check the OII website for upcoming #BUDialogues.

Campus Ministry Racial Justice Retreat

Self-guided retreat that encourages participants to seek understanding and reflection on systemic racial inequities, the implications of white privilege, and our calls to action in our religious and spiritual identities. Read more

Dialogue on Diversity Conference

A day-long conference open to students and professionals dedicated to engaging in constructive dialogue about identity and diversity in the workplace across different fields through workshops, presentations, and panels. This conference is co-hosted by Bellarmine University, University of Louisville, Spalding University, and Jefferson Community and Technical College as well as other organizations in the Louisville area. Read more

LGBTQ+ Ally Training

LGBTQ+ Ally Training is designed to educate the community about personal, sociological and political issues faced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning people. Read more

Chosen Name and Personal Pronouns

Bellarmine University believes that the identity of each person is important and deserving of respect. To that end, we provide the option of designating one’s chosen name and/or pronouns in places where a legal name is not required. Please click here for more information.

Gender-Inclusive Restrooms

In the spirit of creating inclusive and welcoming spaces, Bellarmine has designated 31 gender-inclusive restrooms that provide a safe, private facility for people of all genders, people with disabilities who may need assistance, and families with children. A list of gender-inclusive restrooms may be found here.

Campus Climate Survey

The Campus Climate Survey is conducted to gauge the focus on campus values, policies, and practices surrounding diversity and inclusion as well as Title IX compliance. This survey is conducted every three years to assess the campus climate over time. See below for the results.