Assessment Care Team (ACT)
The Mesa Community College Assessment Care Team is an academic and behavioral support for faculty, staff and students. It combines student intervention strategies and a crisis management network with the outcome of managing at-risk student behaviors.
Mild to Moderate Risk
The Assessment Care Team consists of representatives from the following departments:
|ACT TRAINING TEAM||BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION TEAM|
|MCC College Police||MCC College Police|
|Early Alert Referral Services||Dean of Students|
|Counseling Services||Counseling Services|
|Faculty Representative||Faculty Representative|
|Compliance Services||Compliance Services|
|Dean of Students rep.||Disability Resources & Services|
|ACT TEAM (in addition to BIT members)|
|Early Alert Referral Services||Dean of Instruction|
Vice President Student Affairs
|Veteran's Services||Human Resources|
Behavior that poses an imminent risk of danger to anyone must be reported immediately to Public Safety.
If you would like an ACT Awareness session presented to your department, please contact the Dean of Students office, 480-461-7932.
Adopted by the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association, this assessment tool will assist you in 1) evaluating student behaviors, 2) determining the generalized risk to the campus and 3) deciding who would be best to intervene based on the level of aggression.
This is a “White Paper” written to examine in detail the NaBITA Behavioral Assessment Tool. It is important to read this paper in order to gain a full understanding of NaBITA