How Can We Help?
How it works
Making a Referral
The referral process begins by making a report. Once a referral is made about a student of concern, a staff member from the university’s Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) will review the information and may contact you for additional information about the student.
Please know that anonymity cannot be guaranteed, although staff uses discretion when discussing a concern with an individual. A report may be completed without including a reporter’s name; however, you are strongly encouraged to provide your name and contact information to allow staff members to call or email you with additional questions about your report.
Helping Persons of Concern
Once a person is reported, outreach will begin. Staff members will gather more information about the person of concern and may reach out to that individual by phone call or, in some cases, by a series of meetings.
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