No imminent danger? Complete person of concern referral form .
Who can I report?
Students, staff, faculty or any person exhibiting concerning behaviors that may affect the Roosevelt community or any of its members
What is concerning behavior?
Examples include but are not limited to:
- Extreme emotional distress
- Extreme classroom disruption
- Suicidal or homicidal ideas and thoughts
- Severe anxiety or depression
- Significant inability to manage self or needs
- Threats of harm
Who gets the form?
Roosevelt University’s Behavioral Assessment Team (BAT), which includes: representatives from the offices of the Provost, Student Success, Advising, Residence Life, Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution, Campus Safety, Human Resources and the Counseling Center
What happens once you submit the form?
The Team reviews information submitted for safety risks; may consult with others as appropriate to gather more information; may recommend appropriate interventions depending on the circumstances; makes recommendations to appropriate authoritative entity regarding action to be taken with person of concern
All information and reports will be handled in a confidential manner with information released only on a need to know basis.
Not Sure if You Should Report?
Contact the Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or via voice mail at (312) 341-2323 A member of the team will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible