Behavioral Intervention Team

Behavioral Intervention Team

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, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs  ext. 2120

Tammy Warren, LCSW, Counselor II  ext. 2042

Josh Rader, Coordinator of Student Rights And Responsibilities  ext. 2120

Captain James Bell, University Police  ext. 2468

Olaf Standley, Director Student Academic Success Center  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


In case of emergency Please Call 911 or Campus Police at: 918-444-2468 or ext. 2468