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Behavior Intervention Team

Mission of the Wofford Behavior Intervention Team
The mission of the Wofford Behavior Intervention team is to aid Wofford College in maintaining a safe environment and to promote student, faculty and staff health and well-being. 

The Purpose of the Wofford BIT
The Wofford BIT is dedicated to the balance of the individual needs of a student in distress and the needs of the greater Wofford community. The purpose of the Wofford BIT is:

To provide a proactive structure in the assessment of certain student behaviors.
To determine an appropriate, individualized intervention plan for each student.
To initiate the intervention plan.
To provide follow up and monitoring of the student’s status.
To eliminate “fragmented care”.

Referral Process
In order to report your concerns please raise a flag using the Starfish program which can be found on mywofford.edu. If the concern meets the requirements for review by the Behavior Intervention Team that information will be forwarded to the appropriate parties. Please remember that reporting a student does not preclude taking additional actions as needed, such as contacting The Wellness Center, Counseling Services, the Office of Campus Safety and/or the Dean of Students directly.

Team Membership
Dean of Students
Associate Dean of Students/Director of The Wellness Center, chair
Vice President for Enrollment
Registrar
College Counselor
Chaplain
Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Residence Life 
Director of Campus Safety and Security
Representatives from other campus offices will report to the team on an as needed basis.

For more information please see our FAQ page.

If you need immediate assistance during or after business hours please call Campus Safety 4911 (if calling on campus) or (864) 597-4911.