Behavioral Intervention (BIT)
BIT is comprised of a key group of administrators on each campus convened to assess and recommend appropriate responses to University of North Georgia (UNG) Administration regarding serious behavioral problems exhibited by students enrolled at UNG. BIT recommends steps necessary to promote protection against threats and/or concerns of immediate harm to students from themselves or other members of the campus community and to promote a safe campus environment.
BIT coordinates the collection and assessment of concerns raised by an enrolled student's behavior. In making recommendations to administration, BIT works to balance the individual needs of the student and the shared needs of the campus community for each individual case based on the circumstances presented.