Behavioral Intervention Team

The mission of the SUNY Adirondack Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) is to identify students whose behavioral patterns have raised concern about their well-being; centralize communication to gain a more complete understanding of the whole individual student; and, develop a proactive and collaborative outreach plan to address identified risks.   The BIT team's follow-up plan includes reviewing cases until the person referred is assessed at a mild level of risk.  

The BIT team is composed of a multi-disciplinary group including the Dean for Student Affairs,  the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, 2 Counseling Faculty, the Assistant Director of Public Safety, the Director of Residence Life, and the Director of Accessibility Services.  

Please click the link below to complete the BIT Reporting Form to report concerning behavior. 

If you are reporting an imminent threat to life/safety, call 911 or Public Safety at (518) 743 SAFE (7233), or on campus Ext. 7233 (SAFE).

Thank you for helping to make caring (and reporting) a habit at SUNY Adirondack.

BIT Reporting Form

If you have any questions about this form, please contact the Dean for Student Affairs at 518-743-2277 or email