UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Resources exist to help students adjust to college life and its stressors. Even so, students may find themselves at risk, without knowing help is available. UW-River Falls addresses at-risk student issues through the Behavioral Intervention Team (B.I.T.)
The B.I.T team is a team comprised of campus professionals focused on early detection and intervention for students who have exhibited behaviors that may constitute a risk to their personal safety or the personal safety of others. The team receives and reviews reports for the purpose of aiding the student involved, mitigating risk, and promoting well-being and success within our existing University policies.
The Behavioral Intervention Team is dedicated to the identification, evaluation of, and response to students of the UWRF community whose behavior has risen concern indicating the potential for harm toward one's self or others.
The team's purpose is to perform an initial assessment of risk and develop a care plan, within existing University policy, to mitigate risk and promote student well-being and success.