The Office of Academic Services and First-Year Success Center have partnered to create an Early Alert Program to assist undergraduate students. Our commitment is to student success and retention, a goal that requires the cooperation of the entire University of New Haven community. An Early Alert Program was implemented to identify students struggling academically and to provide them with the resources necessary for a positive college experience. An early alert form offers faculty and staff an additional tool to reinforce retention efforts while helping students achieve academic success. This program allows coordination between the Office of Academic Services/ First-Year Success Center support team and faculty/staff in an effort to be proactive, supportive, and actively involved in the academic success component of student retention.
The purpose of this form is to identify and effectively intervene with students who are exhibiting "at-risk" behaviors. Our support team utilizes an intensive and comprehensive intervention strategy to teach students academic success skills and encourage positive academic behaviors.
Early Alert referral process works as follows:
A. Identifying the student
- Faculty/Staff will identify students who are experiencing academic difficulties.
- Faculty/Staff will submit an early alert form to the First-Year Student Success Center. Enter UNH\UserID and password to access the form.
B. Notifying the student
Our support team reviews the referral, contacts the student via email encouraging an individual meeting to discuss the referral. During consultation with a student, the support team will address academic difficulties and may make referrals to other campus resources. Some resources include: Counseling Center, Center for Learning Resources, Campus Access Services, Career Services, Financial Aid Office, and Marvin K. Peterson Library.
C. Notifying the faculty/staff
Upon consent of the student, the Office of Academic Services and the First-Year Success Center will notify the referring faculty/staff concerning the outcome of the meeting with the student and/or appropriate support service referrals that the student received.
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Please click on the following link to submit an early alert form: