Refer a student or submit an incident report about concerning circumstances or behaviors.

Student Behavioral Concerns

Submit a Student of Concern reporting form to let us know about a student who may be exhibiting alarming or concerning behaviors. For emergencies, or if a student is expressing thoughts of harming self or others, please contact UAPD at 348-5454.

How to Refer a Student

Office of Student Conduct

Students who may be in violation of the university’s Code of Student Conduct should be reported to the Office of Student Conduct (OSC) by submitting an incident reporting form or by contacting the Office of Student Conduct.

Incident Reporting Form Contact the Office of Student Conduct

Behavior Intervention Team

The primary purpose of the Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) is to promote the safety and well-being of the UA community. The BIT utilizes standardized procedures and best practices in an effort to provide early intervention and support in an attempt to prevent a behavioral concern regarding a student from rising to a dangerous situation. The primary role of the team is to provide support and resources to students and to nominally address threat, using current research and data driven measures of risk.

Members of the BIT will include a representative from the office of the Dean of Students, representation from the Counseling Center, the Office of Student Conduct, Housing and Residential Communities, Academic Affairs, Human Resources, the Title IX Office, the Office of Threat Assessment, the Office of Counsel, and the University Police.