Crowder Cares About BIT When to Report How to Report What Happens to a Report BIT Members FAQs Make a report when someone you know shows any of these signs of distress. Academic assignments dominated by themes of extreme hopelessness or rage; Angry, hostile, physically violent or verbally abusive; Appearing disoriented, slurred speech, or inability to communicate; Behavior is out of context or out of touch with reality; Content of writings or presentations are disturbing; Disruptive behavior interferes with teaching & learning; Exhibits poor hygiene, fatigue or listlessness; Exhibits signs of drug, alcohol or other substance abuse; Expresses suicidal thoughts/feelings or personal problems; Exhibits signs of excessive gambling; Increased demand for attention; Is having difficulty with personal/family issues; Office appointments focus on personal issues; Responses to events are disproportionate or overly emotional; Signs of depression, self-harm, cutting, anxiety; Signs of eating disorder or displays negative body image; Victim of, or witness to, violence, intimidation or threatening behavior; Written or verbal comments about harm to self or others; or Any other sign of distress which you believe someone else should know about. These behaviors, especially when more than one are present, may be signs describing a student in distress. There are many resources available to help Crowder College students. Your report to the Crowder College Behavior Intervention Team (BIT) can make a difference. To make a report click here.