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Early Alert Notification System. Sinclair Community College Elizabeth Price Post-Transition ILP & Early Alert Coordinator. Early Alert Program : A system that allows for faculty to notify advisors of issues* that may affect the success of a student. *Not just academic difficulty.

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early alert notification system

Early Alert Notification System

Sinclair Community College

Elizabeth Price

Post-Transition ILP & Early Alert Coordinator

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Early Alert Program:

A system that allows for faculty to notify advisors of issues* that may affect the success of a student.

*Not just academic difficulty

faculty identifies a student or students who are having difficulty in class

STEP 1

Faculty identifies a student or students who are having difficulty in class:
  • Never Attended Class
  • Excessive Absences
  • Tardiness
  • Academic Concern
  • Low Homework/Quiz Scores
  • Low Test Scores
  • Personal Concern
  • Other
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Click student on your roster

Indicates ILP/CAP Program

or prior early alerts

an email is automatically distributed to the student s advisor

STEP 3

An email is automatically distributed to the student’s advisor. 
  • Students without an assigned advisor are distributed to the Academic Advising Department or Counseling Services depending on the reason for the notification
  • Faculty receive an automatic email confirming the alert was delivered to the advisor.
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Advisor’s View

Excessive Absences

Withdraw

Kristan attended the first class and has not returned. I recommend she withdraws.

advisor updates faculty on the progress of the early alert via email

STEP 5

Advisor updates faculty on the progress of the early alert via email.
  • The SSP system sends the email on the advisor’s behalf.
  • Records are kept by the system.
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Advisor’s Response Screen

After speaking with Kristan, I found out that she was going through a divorce and was unable to attend full-time. I suggested she withdraw from this course and start fresh another quarter.

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STUDENT EARLY ALERT SYSTEM CONFIRMATION MESSAGE

This email is to confirm that you sent the following early alert message from Student Success Plan. Please note the details of the message.

************************************************************************************************

STUDENT EARLY ALERT SYSTEM MESSAGE

This email is in response to an early alert notice initiated on 02/05/2007 for the following student:

Student Name: John X. Smith

Student ID: 000000001

In the class: DEV-108-16

Instructor: Jones, George

Advisor(s): Price, Elizabeth

This incident was addressed and CLOSED on 02/08/2007. The final outcome for this incident was:

Letter Sent

The student has been referred by his/her counselor to the following departments or services based upon early alert status:

Academic Counselors

Instructor for Course

Financial Aid Office

******************* COUNSELOR COMMENTS *******************

John's phone has been disconnected.

A letter was sent explaining his options in regards to dropping the course.

******************* COUNSELOR COMMENTS *******************

Sample Email

from the SSP Website

benefits
Benefits
  • Supports a “team approach” in student retention
  • Less time consuming, easy to use
  • Accessible from anywhere at anytime
  • Flexible for the faculty and advisor to communicate freely
  • Tracks and records Early Alerts and provides updates to the faculty throughout the process
  • Creates detailed reports at any point during the year: weekly, monthly, annually, or each semester. 
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Questions?

Early Alert Programat Sinclair Community College

Elizabeth A. PricePost-Transition ILP & Early Alert Coordinatorelizabeth.price@sinclair.edu