Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) Alert

The Alert system will only allow alerts to be submitted for undergraduate students. If you would like to submit an alert regarding a graduating student who is displaying troubling behavior, please call the Dean of Students Office at 314-968-6980, or send an email to hoeftl@webster.edu.

Directions

New to MAP-Works

  1. If you have not used the MAP-Works system previously, you will need to login as a new user
  2. Go to the main login web page for MAP-Works (https://student.map-works.com/Login.aspx)
  3. Under the Faculty/Staff heading on the right, look for “Are you a new user?” and click Sign Up
  4. Enter your Webster email address
  5. Check your Webster email for a secure link to access MAP-Works
  6. Once you are in the system, you will need to create a password
  7. Your Webster email address is your log-in username
  8. Once you are fully logged in to the MAP-Works system, you can now create an alert
  9. Click on the “Alerts” menu tab at the top of the page
  10. Click “Create New Alert” on the left side of the page
  11. Type in student name or ID number to search for a student
  12. If correct student is displayed, select “Create Alert”
  13. Select relevant issues that you have observed from the student
  14. Be sure to describe the issue in the text box provided
  15. Select “Continue”
  16. Select your answers to the questions displayed:
    1. Have you discussed the issue(s) with the student?
    2. Has the student indicated he/she may leave the institution?
    3. May MAP-Works faculty/staff tell the student you referred him/her through this process?
  17. Select “Save”

If you run into any problems with getting logged into the system for the first time, please contact Sarah Tetley, director of first-year experience programs, sarahtetley29@webster.edu.

IF You Have Used MAP-Works previously:

  1. Go to the main login web page for MAP-Works (https://student.map-works.com/Login.aspx)
  2. Under the Faculty/Staff heading on the right, enter your Webster email address as your log-in and then enter your password
  3. Once you are fully logged in to the MAP-Works system, you can now create an alert
  4. Click on the “Alerts” menu tab at the top of the page
  5. Click “Create New Alert” on the left side of the page
  6. Type in student name or ID number to search for a student
  7. If correct student is displayed, select “Create Alert”
  8. Select relevant issues that you have observed from the student
  9. Be sure to describe the issue in the text box provided
  10. Select “Continue”
  11. Select your answers to the questions displayed:
    1. Have you discussed the issue(s) with the student?
    2. Has the student indicated he/she may leave the institution?
    3. May MAP-Works faculty/staff tell the student you referred him/her through this process?
  12. Select “Save”

We are using the MAP-Works alert system for the BIT Team because we want to be able to review all alerts of any scale or magnitude. We do not want the individual filling out the form to have to decide whether the concern is significant enough to send on to the BIT.

The alerts will be reviewed regularly during standard office hours Monday through Friday. If your alert represents a potential emergency and requires immediate attention, please call Public Safety at 314-968-7430. This number is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Public Safety will then alert members of the Behavioral Assessment Team (BIT).