Early Alert Training BY ALEX GADBERRY AND CAROLINE

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Early Alert Training BY ALEX GADBERRY AND CAROLINE MONTOYA

Early Alert Training BY ALEX GADBERRY AND CAROLINE MONTOYA

What is Early Alert? The Early Alert program is designed for faculty/instructors to identify

What is Early Alert? The Early Alert program is designed for faculty/instructors to identify students who need assistance because of attendance concerns, academic performance, class participation, and/or behavior issues etc. . . Contact will be made or attempted by the Office of Academic Support to the student, and the proper assistance or referral will be given to the student.

Three Alert Categories § Attendance Alert § Early Alert § Academic Alert

Three Alert Categories § Attendance Alert § Early Alert § Academic Alert

Attendance Alert Ø This should be reported in the first two weeks of the

Attendance Alert Ø This should be reported in the first two weeks of the semester. Reasons to report a student: ü Student not attending class

Early Alert v This should be reported in the third and fourth week of

Early Alert v This should be reported in the third and fourth week of the semester. Reasons to report a student: § Student has never attended class § Student has 3 or more absences § Poor Academic Performance § Behavior Problems § Student is regularly late

Academic Alert o This should be reported the fifth week through the end of

Academic Alert o This should be reported the fifth week through the end of the semester. Reasons to report a student: q Student has never attended class q Student has 3 or more absences q Poor Academic Performance q Behavior Problems q Student is regularly late

How to use Early Alert 1. Log on to www. nmhu. edu 2. Click

How to use Early Alert 1. Log on to www. nmhu. edu 2. Click on My NMHU 3. Click on Enter a Secure Area 4. Click on Faculty and Advisor 5. Click on “Early Alert” 6. Select your term 7. Select the course 8. Select the student and the reasons they are being early alerted