Behavior Intervention Team


FOR ALL EMERGENCIES, especially after hours or on weekends call 911 or Campus Security (2424) if appropriate.

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Because of growing national trends on college campuses of mental health issues and the increase in hospitalizations and deaths due to high-risk behaviors, Bryn Athyn College created the Behavior Intervention Team (BIT). In order to promote the safety and health of its students, the BIT addresses student behaviors that are disruptive and may include mental health and/or safety issues. A plan is in place to engage and to coordinate the resources of the College to intervene and provide necessary supports. A Behavior Intervention Team referral will likely occur if a student demonstrates one or more of the behaviors below.

  • Self-injurious behavior/ suicidal ideation or attempt
  • Behaviors include, but are not limited to talk of suicide or suicidal action
  • Erratic behavior (including online activities) that disrupts the mission and/or normal proceedings of College students, faculty, staff, or community.
  • Behaviors include, but are not limited to threats of a weapon/violence on campus, significant inappropriate disruption to community, potential for safety being compromised
  • Hospital transport for alcohol and drug use/abuse

The Behavior Intervention Team consists of a group of qualified and dedicated BAC professionals whose mission is to:

  • Balance the individual needs of the student and those of the greater campus community
  • Provide a structured positive method for addressing student behaviors that impact the university community and may involve mental health and/or safety issues
  • Manage each case individually
  • Initiate appropriate intervention without resorting to punitive measures
  • Eliminate “fragmented care”


As the eyes and ears of our community it is everyone’s responsibility to take action and assist those students who show any type of behavior that could threaten their own safety or the well-being of the College community. We all play a vital role in ensuring safety. The BIT strongly encourages you to utilize its referral services to continue to better our students and to enhance our community.

Please know the success of this process hinges on community commitment to reporting concerns.

Thank you for reviewing the Behavior Intervention Team site. If you have any further questions or have comments, please contact: Kiri Rogers, Dean of Students at [email protected] | 267.502.2551.