Behavioral Intervention Team - Info for Students 

Information for Students

Below are a list of some reasons why you may want to contact the Behavioral Intervention Team.  Remember that contacting BIT, while sometimes a student might face disciplinary action, is not necessarily getting the person "into trouble". Rather, the BIT works to keep all students on the campus safe and in an environment where all can learn and be successful.  Sometimes sharing this information with those who can help at the campus may change this person's life for the better.

Reasons to Contact BIT:
  • You notice a significant change in someone's behavior (i.e. they used to be happy, come to class on time, etc and now have stopped coming to class, seem depressed or "removed" from class and life)
  • You feel that you are being harassed by another person

Call Campus Security Immediately (ext 5691 on the Appleton campus or text or email in the following situations:
  • Someone says something that makes you question their safety or the safety of others
  • Someone threatens to harm themselves or others
  • You witness physical fighting on campus
  • You believe someone has stolen property of yours or the college
  • You feel unsafe while on campus

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   Last Modified:
   9/14/2012 11:53:23 AM

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