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Behaviorial Intervention Team

What is BIT?

BIT stands for Behaviorial Intervention Team.

We are a multidisciplinary team of Foothill College professionals who have been assembled for the purposes of reviewing potentially disruptive or dangerous student behavior.

Reporting Behavioral Concerns

To report potentially disruptive or dangerous student behavior, please review BIT Frequently Asked Questions before filling out the Maxient Incident Report.

Our Team

The team includes representatives from a cross-section of offices, groups and departments throughout our Foothill College organization.

Behavior Intervention Team Representation

  • Office of Student Affairs
  • District Police
  • Psychological Services
  • Health Services
  • Academic Counseling Services
  • Disability Resources
  • International Students
  • Financial Aid
  • Testing & Assessment
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Administration

Our Mission

The Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of the Foothill College campus community. We do this through identification, assessment and management of reported behaviors of concern.

Our Goal

The goal of BIT is to cultivate and support an environment that maximizes safety for students, faculty and staff.

How We Work

By soliciting information from you as members of the Foothill College community, we hope to help students, faculty and staff before they find themselves in crisis.

Your referral to BIT will initiate a series of steps that will allow the team to review, assess and assign appropriate resources to assist the individual while simultaneously reducing risk to the college community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Campus Center, Upper Level

Questions?
We're Here to Help!

Office of Student Affairs

650.949.7241


studentaffairs@foothill.edu


Campus Center, Building 2000, Room 2002

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