The Behavior Response Team is a committee that operates under the direction of the Vice President for Student Affairs and addresses concerns and issues related to student behavioral problems and risks as well as individual or campus safety. The Behavior Response Team uses formal and informal methods to assess risks associated with specific behavior of all members of the campus community on a case by case basis. To support this work, the group is also tasked with monitoring and reviewing policies and procedures tied to Title IX, the Student Code of Conduct, and Campus Security. Its membership includes the Title IX Coordinator, the Human Resource Services Director/Affirmative Action Officer, the Director of Campus Security, the Director of Residence Life, and the Director of Student Counseling Center. This alliance between members of the campus community working together to solve inter-related issues allows the team to make decisions that are thoroughly reviewed, are consistent with campus policy, and promote fairness for all parties involved.
All matters vetted by the Behavior Response Team are treated with the utmost sensitivity as each member will have access to information concerning individual student behavior, and in specific instances, individual faculty or staff behavior. All applicable laws, including FERPA, govern the work of the team. Each member engages in annual FERPA training and subsequent to the training, signs a Behavior Response Team Confidentiality Form.
Vice President for Student Affairs
Reid Centennial Hall, Room 112
Title IX Coordinator
Administration Building, 201A
Director of Human Resource Services
Administration Building, Room 102
Director of Campus Security
Meriwether Lewis Hall, Room 110
Director of Student Counseling
Reid Centennial Hall, Room 111
Director of Residence Life
Confidential Report Line: 855-840-0070
All calls are confidential and the identity of the caller will remain anonymous.