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 Rights and Responsibilities, 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