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Behavioral Assessment and Response Team
The Behavioral Assessment and Response Team (BART) consists of members from the Counseling Center, Student Health Services, Housing and Residential Life, University Police Department, Services for Students with Disabilities, Student Conduct, Vice President for Student Affairs, Human Resources, Safety and Risk Management, and Associate Vice President for Faculty Affairs.
BART was assembled to be a central place for the campus community to report any dangerous, concerning, or uncivil behavior on campus. Campus members should use the Incident Reporting Form to report such behaviors.
The BART reporting process does not replace established campus policies and procedures for reporting student code of conduct violations or unlawful behavior. If you are aware of the appropriate campus authority and feel comfortable reporting the incident, you may report it directly to that person or department: for example, the University Police or the Student Conduct Office.