For Students - What is Early Alert?

"What happens when I am referred on EA?"
"What resources can help me?"
"Where do I go on campus to...?"
"What do I do if...?"
"Who can I talk to...?"
 

It can be confusing and stressful when you are struggling in school and do not know where to turn. Often, students run into issues with their academics because they are unsure of what to do or who to ask for help. Therefore, we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions from students who have utilized the Early Alert program in the past.

The Early Alert program is a way for professors to let struggling students know that they may be in jeopardy of doing poorly in a course before the end of the semester when it is too late. The Early Alert program is designed to connect you with the help you need while there is still time in the semester to improve your performance in the class. 

Early Alert referrals do not go on your record. If you are referred to Early Alert, please contact the Early Alert Coordinator to get the assistance you may need!




If you do not find your question or the answer you were looking for, please contact The Learning Center or Student Affairs to make an appointment with an Early Alert Coordinator. 

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