CaneCares is Here to Help
Students at TU take care of themselves and take care of one another. CaneCares is a simple online tool for you to communicate any concerns or observations you may want to share about a friend, a neighbor, or your community. Reports are sent to TU staff members trained to assist. CaneCares provides a convenient way for you to step in and make sure a fellow student gets the help that they may need.
Please note that CaneCares reports are not intended for emergency situations.
If you or someone you know needs immediate assistance, call 911 or Campus Security 918-631-5555.
Behavioral Intervention Team
The University of Tulsa’s Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) engages in proactive and responsive efforts to identify, assess, and mitigate risks for the TU campus. The team works collaboratively across campus to support students, faculty, staff and visitors exhibiting concerning behaviors such as expressing suicidal thoughts, academic distress, or someone not functioning well in daily life. BIT strives to promote individual student, faculty, and staff well-being and success while prioritizing community safety.
BIT relies upon the input and participation of faculty, staff, and students to immediately report any situation that could possibly result in harm to anyone at the university. Any member of the campus community may become aware of an individual or situation that needs help.
Our team is ready and able to assist with concerns such as disruptive or dangerous behaviors, mental health, suicide, schizophrenia, bipolar, autism-spectrum disorder, addiction, depression, self-injury, cutting, fearfulness, hopelessness, bullying, stalking, harassment, safety and threat concerns, angry or rude behaviors, inappropriate or unusual behaviors, and other student concerns.
See Something. Say Something. Step In.