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Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)

Mission Statement
The BIT is committed to improving community safety through a proactive, collaborative, coordinated, objective, and thoughtful approach to the prevention, identification, assessment, intervention and management of situations that pose, or may reasonably pose, a threat to the safety and well-being of the campus community.

Reporting Concerns To The BIT


Report all incidents and concerns that you have regarding a student’s behavior to the BIT, including as much detail as possible about the behavior/incident. Use your judgment as to what is reportable, erring on the side of over-reporting if in doubt.

Reporting a student in crisis does not preclude taking additional action such as contacting your Director of Advising Services,Campus police or the Dean of Students, etc. This action should then be followed by completing the BIT Behavioral/Incident Documentation Form

Tips For Recognizing Distressed Students

Marked Changes in Academic Performance or Behavior

  • Excessive absences or tardiness
  • Repeated requests for special consideration,
  • especially when this represents a change verbally or in written assignments from previous functioning
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Significant decrease in academic performance
  • Unusual or changed pattern of behavior
  • Avoiding participation or sudden withdrawal from others
  • Dominating discussions
  • Excessively anxious when called upon
  • Disruptive, verbally aggressive or physically aggressive behavior
  • Exaggerated emotional responses
  • Easily agitated

References to Suicide, Homicide or Death

  • Talk of helplessness, hopelessness, or despair
  • References to suicidal thoughts and feelings,
  • verbally or in written assignments
  • Jokes publicly about killing him/herself
  • Suddenly withdrawing from organizations or clubs
  • Giving away possessions
  • Preoccupation with death
  • Preoccupation with violent acts
  • Homicidal threats

Unusual Behavior or Appearance

  • Marked change in mood, motor activity, speech
  • Hyperactivity or very rapid speech
  • Swollen, red eyes or bloodshot eyes
  • Slurred speech
  • Change in personal hygiene or dress
  • Appears sad or exhausted
  • Dramatic weight loss or gain
  • Sleeping in class
  • Strange or bizarre behavior indicating loss of contact with reality
  • Speech that is disjointed, tangential,
  • fragmented or not based in reality

Contact Us

Main Campus

Address: 3110 Mustang Road, Alvin, TX 77511
Telephone: (281) 756-3500

Continuing Education Workforce Development (CEWD)

Telephone: (281) 756-3787

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