The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is a resource for faculty, staff, and students to confidentially report concerns. The team's purpose is to provide support and intervention to individuals displaying varying levels of disruptive, disturved, distressed, and/or irregular behaviors.
Behavioral Intervention Team
Sheila Self, LPC Director of Counseling Services
email@example.com ext. 2042
Josh Radar, Coordinator of Student Rights And Responsibilities
firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 2120
Captain James Bell, University Police
email@example.com ext. 2468
Dr. Jerrid Freeman, Director Student Academic Success Center
firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 3651
It may be nothing, but......
If it bothers you........bother us!
Appropriate behaviors to report may include:
- Concerning behaviors, statements, or written work
- Disruptive classroom behaviors
- Threats of harm to self or others
- Possession or suspected possession of weapons
- Angry/hostile behaviors
- Concerning posts on Facebook
- Odd or bizarre behavior
- Homelessness, or lack of necessities
HELP KEEP OUR CAMPUS SAFE
In case of emergency Please Call 911 or Campus Police at: 918-444-2468 or ext. 2468