Viterbo University has established a CARE (Campus Assessment, Referral, and Education) team, previously known as the BIT (Behavioral Intervention Team), to assist in addressing situations in which students are displaying behaviors that are concerning, disruptive, or threatening in nature and that potentially impede their own and others' ability to function successfully or safely. Here you will find our mission, goals, responsibilities, and identified members of our Viterbo University CARE team.
The CARE team is a campus-wide team of appointed employees responsible for identifying, assessing, and responding to concerns and/or disruptive behaviors by students, faculty/staff, and community members who struggle academically, emotionally, or psychologically, or who present a risk to the health or safety of the university or its members.
- Provide a safe and supportive physical and emotional environment for members of the university community.
- Identify, assess, and intervene with individuals who are struggling or who demonstrate concerning or threatening behavior.
- Provide support and resources to community members who are concerned for another individual.
- Developing and implementing educational and training programs for all members of the university community regarding behavioral assessment.
- Receive, coordinate and assess referrals received regarding individuals of concern.
- Coordinate interventions and resource assistance for individuals of concern.
CARE Team Members
- Vice President for Student Life/Dean of Students (co-chairperson)
- Assistant Dean of Student Community
- Director of Campus Safety and Security
- Director of Counseling Services (co-chairperson)
- Director of Advising and Career Development
- Director of Accessibility Services
What if I am concerned about a student?