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Behavioral Intervention

Macomb's Behavioral Intervention Team is responsible for identifying students at risk to themselves and/or others so that it may initiate appropriate interventions for the well-being of the student and the safety of the campus community.

To fulfill its purpose, the team relies on students, staff and visitors to report any unusual behaviors or situations encountered on one of Macomb's campuses. The Reporting Process provides the necessary information for filing a behavioral concern report.

Report a Concern

The Behavioral Intervention Team consists of:

  • Associate Dean of Student Success (Co-Chair)
  • Associate Dean of Counseling and Academic Advising (Co-Chair)
  • College Police Representatives
  • Faculty Representatives
  • Special Services Counselor
  • Academic Counselor

For more information, contact BIT@macomb.edu