from Mimi Steadman, EdD, Vice President of Academic Affairs
I have heard from many of you about your compassionate efforts to support students as they enter an online learning environment or face other life disruptions due to the current pandemic. I am pleased to share with you the message below from Ryan Miller in the Student Success Center.
EAB Navigate is now available to all faculty to quickly report concerns about their undergraduate students. The appropriate student support team will reach out immediately to identified students with targeted resources. This will allow faculty to return their focus to teaching knowing that their students are receiving the support they need.
Thank you for your support of our students, and take good care of yourselves as well.
Use EAB Navigate to Identify Students in Need of Support
To assist faculty expand student support during our transition to online education, we’ve expanded our EAB Navigate pilot to include all faculty teaching undergraduate students. Progress Reports proactively identify students who may need additional support (based on excessive absences, low grades, or poor academic performance), and inform immediate interventions to provide resources, information, and support.
We recognize you are adjusting to new tools, but this requires nothing more than clicking on a link in an email that will bring you to a list of your students (instructions are attached). You will also see the intervention associated with each Alert reason you can choose. Progress Reports will be due by Monday April 6th, 2020.
We are asking you to participate in this initiative as it gives us critical information to support both student success and retention. In addition, it helps to provide critical information such as attendance, that can have serious implications for international students.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact.
Or by Zoom meeting
Ryan R. Miller
Associate Director, Transfer Services
Student Success Center