Green Folder-Resources for faculty & Staff *Updated Summer 2021

The Behavioral Intervention Team/Care Team meets regularly to discuss students of concern in order to coordinate responses, resources, and management of relevant information so that campus professional staff can address student needs in a comprehensive manner. The group will also make recommendations to address any disruption or negative impact student issues may have on the student of concern, their peers, and others in the living and learning environment.

Behavioral Intervention/Care Team
  • Christy Huynh, Interim Dean of Students, Chair of BIT/Care Team
  • Rameen Mohammadi, Associate Provost 
  • Shaun Crisler, Assistant Vice President, Residence Life and Housing
  • Kevin Velzy,  Interim Chief of University Police
  • Katherine Wolfe-Lyga, Director of Counseling Services Center 
  • Alexis Pinero-Benson, Director of Student Conduct 
  • Elizabeth Droz, Associate Dean of Students

What is the Purpose of the BIT Team?

  • Provides consultation and support to faculty/staff and students  
  • Assesses threat/risk
  • Connects individuals with appropriate campus and community resources
  • Monitors any issues or students of concerns in order to support continued consultation, services

How to Make a Referral

Once a report is made, the Dean or Associate Dean of Students will follow up and determine next steps to address the situation and will bring information forward to the BIT/Care Team as needed. 

*Note: Emergencies are to be reported to University Police 315.312.5555 or 911


Dean Of Students

501 Culkin
Oswego, NY 13126


Phone: 315.312.5483


Summer hours: 8am-4pm