The Behavioral Consultation Team (BCT) is a team of Radford University staff members who provide resource information to other staff, faculty, and administrators dealing with students whose behavior may be of concern, disruptive or otherwise problematic.
The team includes staff from the following departments:
- Student Counseling Services
- Dean of Students Office
- Housing & Residential Life
- Radford University Police Department
- Disability Resource Office
- Office of Substance Abuse & Violence Education Support Services (SAVES)
Representatives from other offices or academic departments are included as needed. If you have concerns about a student’s behavior, please contact the Dean of Students Office at 540-831-5321 or at BCT@radford.edu to discuss your observations.
Your information will be reviewed by the BCT and options for appropriate action will be discussed and implemented.
The BCT meets weekly throughout the regular academic year and on an emergency basis as deemed necessary. The purpose of these meetings is to discuss situations brought to the team by campus faculty, staff and administrators seeking guidance on students who exhibit behavior that is of concern or disruptive. The team listens to concerns and offers information available to address the problem. The discussions are intended to inform team members about any emerging trends on campus and to facilitate the coordination of campus resources to best help these students of concern. These cases are reviewed weekly as changes occur.