Whether it is the quality of academic programming, the beauty of our campus and setting, or the unparalleled value we afford students and families, Flagler College has been recognized as among the best in the nation.
Anyone who feels a student is a threat to themselves and/or others, or is exhibiting behaviors disruptive to the mission of the community, can make a BIT referral; including students, parents, faculty and staff, and other community members.
The team of members from student services, academic affairs and the counseling services are able to take the information and make a decision about whether the student should be assessed by counseling center staff. However, reporting is the most critical step.
Refer to to our Resources page to find contact information if you believe these departments can assist you.
If the team determines the student is appropriate for the BIT process, he/she will be contacted and instructed to undergo an assessment at the Counseling Center. The type of assessment is dependent on the behavior. Students are generally required to undergo a minimum of 4 sessions of assessment by Counseling Center staff.
You do not have to make this determination; the BIT will do it for you. The most critical step is that you report it.