About Us

To promote the safety & health of its students, BIT addresses student behaviors that are disruptive and may include mental health and/or safety issues.

The Marshall university behavioral intervention team, called BIT, is a collaborative team made up of representatives from the Student Conduct, Dean of Students’ Office, Housing and Residence Life, the Counseling Center, Academic Affairs, Athletics, and the Marshall University Police Department.

This team meets bi-weekly during the academic year to discuss students whose behavior has alarmed someone at the University; this information may come from one of the team, from faculty, staff, or students, or from an outside agency.