BIT-Behavioral Intervention Team

Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is a campus-wide team of appointed professionals responsible for identifying, assessing, and responding to serious concerns and/or disruptive behaviors by students who may threaten the health or safety of the campus community.

BIT referral form

Faculty/Staff Guide (Word Document)

Faculty/Staff Guide (pdf)

EXECUTIVE OFFICER OVERSIGHT

Sarah Swager, Vice Provost for Student Success

CO-CHAIRS

Sandra Curtis, Executive Director, UM Housing and Community Standards

Christine Fiore, Professor, Psychology Department 

MEMBERS

Tracee Anderson, Interim Director, Counseling Services

Amy Capolupo, Director, Disability Services for Students

Chris Croft, Lieutenant, University of Montana Police (UMPD)

Brad Giffin, Chief, University of Montana Police (UMPD)

Dale Kindred, RN Supervisor, Curry Health Center

John Nugent, Director, Residential Education and Community Standards

Alison Pepper, Missoula College

Brian Reed, Associate Vice Provost for Student Success

Darlene Samson, Director, TRIO Student Support Services

BIT@mso.umt.edu