Behavior Intervention Team
- Lansing Community College is concerned with the safety, health, and well-being of its students, faculty, staff and community. The Behavioral Intervention Team works to promote the sharing of information internally when significant circumstances pertaining to the health and safety or LCC's students or employees arise. Members of the Team intake and assess information, take action when necessary and track details about behavior concerns noted on campus. The Team links troubled students to appropriate medical and counseling services either on or off campus while balancing the individual's rights with the rights of all others for safety.
- The BIT convenes on an as needed basis to review specific cases, as well as once every other month during the academic year to provide cross training among the quad areas (Student Affairs, Police, Emergent Management and Safety Services, and Counseling). The BIT provides administrators, faculty, staff and students with one place to report their concerns about a student's behavior that may pose a threat to students, faculty, staff or the community.
- Reasons for a BIT Referral:
- Person states intent to harm him/herself;
- Person states intent to harm others;
- Student demonstrates erratic behaviors that significantly disrupt the learning or working environment.
Student Affairs Division
2nd Floor - StarZone
Phone: (517) 483-1200
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