The MiraCosta College Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) promotes a safe, inclusive, and productive environment inside and outside the classroom by offering early intervention to students whose behavior poses a concern, potential threat, or actual threat to self or others.
The multi-disciplinary team takes a trauma-informed, equity-minded, and justice-focused approach to working with students.Their work balances providing caring support for students, while creating and enforcing structured boundaries to maintain an inclusive and safe learning environment and campus community.
- Dean of Student Affairs
- Director of Campus Assessment, Resources, and Education (CARE)
- Director of Student Life & Leadership
- Director of Student Services, Community Learning Center
- Director of Student Services, San Elijo Campus
- Chief of Police & Campus Safety
- Faculty, Student Accessibility Services (SAS)
- Faculty, Mental Health Counselors
- Director of Health Services
- Title IX Coordinator
Guide For Supporting Students & Activating a CARE Referral
This guide provides guidance to members of the MiraCosta College community about what actions to take when they have emergency and non-emergency concerns. The guide also provides information about mental health and community resources available to support students.
Guide for Supporting Students & Activating a CARE Referral - Please review before submitting a CARE Referral Form.
Frequently Asked Questions
In general, the team meets on a weekly basis and as needed when concerns arise that impact the campus community.