The Texas State Technical College's (TSTC) Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is here to help encourage student health, well-being and academic success by an active process of threat assessment and behavioral intervention. Please report any situation, observation or instinct that tells you to be concerned about a student’s safety and/or the safety of the campus community. Are you concerned about a student's physical or mental health? Has a student disrupted your class or caused you to worry about future actions? If it is an emergency, please call your campus Police Department or 911. Click here to fill out a TSTC Incident Report.
BIT Possible Actions:
- Assist faculty or staff in developing a plan of action
- Refer to proper support services
- Disciplinary action through the Student Rights & Responsibilities Office
- Recommend involvement of family/emergency contact
- Conduct a threat assessment
- Voluntary or involuntary withdrawal from the college
- Continued monitoring of the situation
- Support Services - Student
From counseling services to health issues, learning accommodations to emergency situations, TSTC is here to help.
BIT Case Follow-Up:
When appropriate and possible, the BIT chair will communicate to the reporting individual the status of the case, the steps taken, and will encourage continued communication.
Click here to review the Student Code of Conduct.