The Behavioral Intervention Team provides proactive assistance to students who are exhibiting concerning behaviors, both to support students and assist faculty/staff.
The Behavioral Intervention Team is a cross-functional assessment group that will respond to students in apparent/potential distress. The BIT has been created to:
As Needed Members
Other college officials as well as community professionals may be asked to serve on the team in specific situations as needed. The team will consult with the Attorney General’s Office as needed. The team will meet every two weeks during the regular academic year. In addition, you may contact one of the BIT team members.
BIT Referral Process
Sometimes students do not ask for help when they need it. Members of the college community may refer students of concern to BIT by accessing the Behavior Intervention Incident Form at the bottom of this page. The incident report form should be downloaded, completed, and brought to the Student Services Office located in the Backes Student Center. In addition, you may contact one of the BIT team members listed above.
In cases where a student may pose immediate risk of harm to self or others, please CALL 911 to reach law enforcement.
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