Tiger CARE

At Wittenberg, community is the center of everything.

This community is seen and felt through the way we work, the way we create, and the way we care. At Wittenberg, creating community is an action and care for one another is central to that action. It is making sure that nobody struggles alone. Community care hears all concerns big or small.

Our care is a direct representation of our Light. Let’s share it with the same excitement and pride that we share all other aspects of our light. Spreading care helps us to build a stronger and more connected community.

Share a Concern About a Student


For immediate threat or emergencies call the Wittenberg Police Division at (937) 327-6231 and local law enforcement 911.

If you are concerned about a member of the Wittenberg community who is exhibiting behavior that is disruptive, worrisome, or poses a potential threat to the safety and well-being of the campus community or any member of it, or who is struggling

  • academically,
  • financially, or
  • personally/emotionally

please share your concern by completing this online form.

For students struggling financially you can point them towards resources like the Food Pantry, Student Emergency Fund and Free Clothing Space. The Dean of Students Office and COMPASS is also a critical resource for students facing concerns, food or housing insecurities, or other needs that could impact their ability to be a student.

Share a Concern About a Student

Your concern will be routed to the appropriate office and/or team of trained staff depending on the nature of the concern. Students will be contacted and offered assistance as appropriate.

To report a incident of Identity-Based Harm (any action committed against a person or group that is motivated, in whole or in part, by bias against the person’s or group’s perceived or actual social identity, such as race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age or religion, etc.) please submit a report by submitting the online form located here.

Submit a Bias Education and Resource Report Form

To report a violation of Wittenberg's Title IX Policy, prohibiting sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking and all forms of gender-based discrimination contact the Title IX coordinator in the office of Student Conduct: Robin Schreck shreckr@wittenberg.edu.

For confidential support and consultation, contact the Tiger Counseling Center, Pastor's Office, or Womyn's Center:

Reports are not monitored 24/7. If this is an emergency, please report your concern immediately to a Wittenberg University staff member or contact emergency services. Emergency phone numbers for campus are below: For immediate threat or emergencies call the Wittenberg Police Division at (937) 327-6231 and local law enforcement 911.

BIT Team is a network of Wittenberg staff who evaluate student behavior, crisis, threats to the community, and incidents and coordinate appropriate follow-up, intervention, or further evaluation. BIT seeks to evaluate and understand early indicators of the potential for disruptive and dangerous behavior. BIT reviews concerns from the broader campus community and determines the best mechanisms for support, intervention, warning/notification, and response.

Concerns Addressed:

  • Threats, stalking, intimidation
  • Threats to the campus community
  • Suicide attempts
  • Sexual assault
  • Immediate danger/harm
  • Missing student
  • Death of a Student
  • Cutting behavior
  • Eating disorder
  • Conduct issues
  • Crisis response
  • Assessment of concerning health and safety behaviors
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