Creating and sustaining a safe inclusive environment requires everyone’s help and commitment. The below information offers you ways to identify and report a concern or to seek support.
Behavior or Situation
What Might it Look Like?
How do I Report a Concern or get Support?
- Imminent risk of harm to oneself or others
- Acute health condition needing immediate care
|Student Misconduct OR Behaviors of Concern|
- Disruptive behavior in classroom/office
- Students who concern faculty/staff in a vague or general way
- Plagiarism or cheating
- Papers/projects containing violent or threatening content which is not part of a class assignment
- Bias/hate incidents
- Suicide thoughts and attempts by students
- Students who threaten to harm other students, faculty and staff
- Relationship violence situations
- Students with weapons on campus
- Substance abuse
- Aggressive to other students/faculty/staff
- Imminent harm to oneself or others, call 9-1-1
- Non-imminent harm needing immediate response, call BC Public Safety at 425-564-2400
- For concerns that do not need an immediate response contact the BC BIT Team via their Online Referral Form (preferred method) or call 425-564-2600
- Call BC Counseling Center at 425-564-2212
|Child Abuse or Neglect|
- A student under the age of 18 submitted a poem suggesting sexual abuse and self-harm.
- A child or student under age 18 is aggressively grabbed and slapped
- A student tells you about abuse of anyone under 18
- A student mentions that an instructor asked her out to lunch off campus to discuss course performance.
- An employee is the subject of offensive jokes or ridicule.
- An employee is denied a promotion opportunity based on her ethnicity.
- An employee reprimands and reports a student for using the “wrong” gender bathroom.