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Learn how Great Basin College cares for its students with A Guide to Engaged Learning Requests!

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Crisis Text Line

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The Trevor Project

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Mental Health First Aid Training Offered

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Mental Health First Aid training at 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载! Normally a $170 Training, Great Basin College is able to offer the Mental Health FIrst Aid (MHFA) training FREE to 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 students and employees, 18+ years old, through the generous support of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Grant for the NSHE Mental Health Services Pilot Project.

澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载 is offering 17 different training dates to choose from. Each training consists of 2-hours of self paced content followed by 5.5 hours of synchronous instructor-led training on ZOOM with 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载’s own Human Services Professor Oscar Sida and Dr. Gerardo Wence-Munoz.

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Defining BIT

The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) at Great Basin College is a multifunctional team made up of faculty and staff with experience working in counseling, disability resources, student success, student activities and services, student discipline and college police/public safety. The team meets monthly to coordinate responses to student behaviors of concern received from students, faculty and staff. When a concern is raised about specific student behaviors, BIT follows up on these concerns.

The BIT system is not an emergency response team. When an emergency occurs, call the Security Cell at 775-934-4923 for immediate response.

What We Do

The mission of the Great Basin College (澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载) Behavioral Intervention Team is to provide the broadest base of knowledge and skills designed to help students, faculty, and staff during difficult times. The BIT shares general information regarding resources available and provides for ongoing training to ensure the availability of assistance to those in crisis, regardless of the nature of the situation. The team has protocols in place to ensure open communication between departments while maintaining the confidentiality necessary to respond quickly in a crisis.


You play a role in the campus safety and our college culture encourages reporting of behavior that makes you uncomfortable, whether you overhear a conversation or see activities of concern on campus or in the classroom.

Any member of the Great Basin College community is encouraged to report disturbing or concerning behavior exhibited by students, including, but not limited to:

  • Behavior or language that is threatening to the student and/or others
  • Sudden change in appearance or behavior
  • Disturbing writings, emails, comments
  • Disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, obstruction of teaching
  • Signs of behavior and/or visible signs of suicide or attempted suicide

BIT does not focus on classroom management issues, such as …

  • Disruption of learning environment
  • Rude, disrespectfulness toward students or instructor
  • Failure to follow instructions or submit assignments

BIT analyzes all available information using objective rubrics, tools and assessments. Then, based on the level of risk resulting from the assessment process, a course of action is determined.

During the process, BIT continually balances the needs and rights of the student of concern with the safety and security of the larger college community. The team also educates the community about existing tools and proper responses to any behavioral issues of concern.

How to Report

Please fill out this online form here: BIT Request Form.

BIT Process

See the process overview and decision-making flowcharts and presentation below. Throughout the entire process, a BIT representative is in communication with the involved parties.

  1. Great Basin College: Behavioral Observation Flow Chart
  2. Great Basin College: BIT Receives Request Procedure

Environmental Health and Safety

Campus Security is committed to working with all members of the Great Basin College community to proactively maintain a safe and healthy workplace and learning environment. For questions or information please contact at: or 775.934.4923.

Campus Security

The Department encourages all faculty, staff and students to be active in helping to keep the Great Basin College centers safe places for all. Be aware of your surroundings, use common sense precautions for your personal safety, lock your vehicle when parking and when possible, at night walk with friends. If you observe any suspicious or unusual activity please contact Security or the Campus Director so the situation can be investigated. If you see suspected criminal activities report it immediately. The department is responsible for providing security on the Great Basin College Elko campus during normal class hours and may be contacted at 775-934-4923.

Departmental Training

The Security Department as a member of the University of Nevada, Reno Northern Command follows a continuous training program of in-person and online training. All staff are assigned yearly training courses they must successfully complete, through the PoliceOne Academy training program. PoliceOne Academy is a Nevada P.O.S.T. certified training program.

The Director of Environmental Health, Safety & Security has received additional training, certification and membership from the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA), most recently receiving Certification from NaBITA in Advanced Violence Risk Assessment and their SIVRA-35 assessment question program. Training, certification and membership has also been achieved with the Association of Title IX Administrators (atIXa). The Director has received certification at the level of Civil Rights Investigator Level Four, Title IX Compliance and Athletics and Title IX Hearing Officer & Decision-Maker.

Non-discrimination Policy

Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 prohibits sex discrimination in federally-assisted programs. Specifically, the law reads: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

Great Basin College, a member of the Nevada System of Higher Education, is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity educational institution. It is guided by the principle that equal opportunity means more than equal employment opportunity, and that access to facilities and services shall be available to all people regardless of their race, age, religion, color, gender, including pregnancy related conditions, sexual orientation, disability, whether actual or perceived by others and including service related disabilities, national origin, military status or military obligation, gender identity or expression or genetic information. This also includes a person's clothing or traits historically associated with national origin, race, color or religion, including, but not limited to, hair texture, hairstyle or headwear. This principle is applicable to every member of the 澳门新甫京娱乐游戏在线下载/NSHE community, both students and employed personnel at every level, and to all facilities and services. The same questions are asked of each interviewee for a specific position, and if at any time you do not wish to answer a question, you do not have to do so.

Where discrimination is found to have occurred, the NSHE will take action to stop the discrimination, to prevent its recurrence, to remedy its effects, and to discipline those responsible.

Although it is the application of Title IX to athletics that has gained the greatest public visibility, the law applies to every single aspect of education, including course offerings, counseling (advising) and counseling (advising) materials, financial assistance, student health and insurance benefits and/or other services, housing, marital and parental status of students, physical education and athletics, education programs and activities sponsored by the institution, and employment.

Grievance procedures are clearly defined and available to all students and employees. In keeping with the policy of Great Basin College against unlawful discrimination all inquiries and complaints of alleged discrimination should be directed to the following Title IX Coordinator (Primary Officer).

Great Basin College (President’s Council) has adopted the Nevada System of Higher Education Title IX Task Force revisions to the NSHE policy. This policy was approved by the Board of Regents at the June 2017 meeting. A complete copy of Title 4, Codification of Board of Regents Policy Statements Chapter 8, Section 13 Student Recruitment and Retention Policy, Equal Employment Opportunity Policy and Affirmative Action Program for the Nevada System of Higher Education may be found on page 293.

Questions regarding the compliance with Equal Opportunity Law should be referred to one of the following:

Jake Rivera
Vice President for Student and Academic Affairs
Title IX Coordinator
Student Conduct Officer
Great Basin College
1500 College Parkway
Elko, NV 89801

U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights
50 United Nations Plaza, Room 239
San Francisco, CA 94102

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