The Ferris State University Behavior Review Team (BRT) is a multi-disciplinary team of employees from across the campus that meet weekly throughout the fall and spring semesters to review referrals of student behavior that raise significant concern. These concerns typically go beyond what can typically be addressed through traditional classroom and employee management. The goal of the team is to coordinate outreach or intervention to these students.
The team is dedicated to fostering an educational environment for all members of our community through a proactive, objective, supportive, and collaborative approach. The Behavior Review Team is dedicated to the prevention, identification, assessment, intervention, management, and coordinated response to student situations that cause concern including those that may pose a wellbeing and/or safety of individuals in our campus community.