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Student Intervention Team

Mission and Purpose of the Student Intervention Team (SIT)

Mission. The mission of the University of New Brunswick’s Student Intervention Team is to promote and support: 1) our student’s health, well-being, and successful experiences by coordinating information and developing support plans for students displaying behaviours of concern, and 2) the health and safety of the campus community.

Purpose. The purpose of the Student Intervention Team is to serve as the coordinating hub of a network of existing resources, focused on prevention and intervention in community situations involving members experiencing distress or engaging in harmful or disruptive behaviors. The Team will develop intervention and support strategies and provide case coordination and management.

How Does a Referral to the Student Intervention Team (SIT) Work?

If a student, staff, or faculty member is concerned for the well-being of a UNB student, they can submit their concern to the Student Intervention Team (SIT). A representative from SIT (usually the Student Life Coordinator) will contact the student and ask them to come in to meet with them. During this meeting, the student will have an opportunity to share any concerns they have and offer their thoughts on ways the SIT may be of assistance to them. If needed or helpful, the student and the SIT representative will work together to build a student support plan. This is a plan that will assist the student in identifying resources that may be helpful for them, or may recommend ways the student could work towards positive outcomes following a negative behavioural incident. 

In many cases a student may only need to meet with a SIT representative once. However, in other cases, a student may benefit from follow-up meetings in order to provide extended support. 

Please contact us with any questions, concerns, or comments you may have.  We look forward to hearing from you.


UNB and UNB Student Services are committed to protecting the personal information of all individuals. This information is collected for the purposes of the Early Alert and Student Intervention Program and is related directly to and needed by UNB to administer the university/student relationship including, but not limited to, providing for the health and safety of all members of the University community. The personal information will only be available to the student, administrators of the Program, the student’s instructors and academic advisors and with the student’s consent, other relevant individuals. Personal information collected under this program is collected under the authority of the New Brunswick Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act (RTIPPA) and the Personal Health Information Privacy and Access Act (PHIPPA) and the University of New Brunswick Policy for the Protection of Personal Information and Privacy. If you have questions about the collection, use and disclosure of personal information, please consult the UNB Policy for the provision of protection of personal information and privacy or the University Secretariat, University of New Brunswick, PO Box 4400, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3.

A consent form for collecting, using and disclosing personal information of the individual student subject will be required in all cases. 

For more information about privacy and consents, contact Afton Lavigne, Senior Records Assistant, University Secretariat