Behavioral Concerns Team (BCT)
The Behavioral Concerns Team (BCT) serves as the centralized coordinated body for discussion and action regarding students exhibiting behaviors that indicate distress, cause a disturbance in the community, and/or present a danger to oneself or others. Committed to proactive, early intervention, the BCT supports students directly and through consultation with campus partners. When necessary, the BCT also assesses risk of harm to the University community and coordinates appropriate action to ensure the safety of individual students and the University at large.
BCT Leadership Team and Core Members
The BCT Leadership Team is a sub-set of the Office of the Dean of Students. As designees of the Dean of Students, the Leadership Team ensures continuity of services in the event of staff unavailability or turnover.
BCT Leadership Team members include:
- Associate Dean Tim Love, BCT Chairperson (email@example.com)
- Assistant Dean Amber Miller, BCT Case Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Assistant Dean Kimberly Moore (email@example.com)
Core members of the BCT include representatives from: