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Support for Students: Early Alert for Spring 2014Posted Jan. 20, 2014
Kent State University’s Office of Student Success Programs would like to welcome you back to campus. Now that the Spring 2014 Semester is underway, we wanted to send out some information on how we can work together to help support your students' success. The Early Alert system is now up and running for the semester.
Early Alert for Faculty
Early Alert allows faculty members to identify students who are struggling in class so that the Office of Student Success Programs can provide support where they need it. This online system is accessible through your FlashLine Faculty tab. The Early Alert system is designed to provide faculty members with an easy way to partner with other campus professionals to reach out to students who pose some type of concern. The areas of concern include:
- Difficulty comprehending course material
- Poor performance on exams or assignments
- Poor class attendance
- Missing assignments
For more information, visit www.kent.edu/success/faculty/earlyalerts/index.cfm.
Staff Members Only
Staff members can submit an Early Alert through our website at www.kent.edu/success/faculty/earlyalerts/eastaffonly.cfm.
The Office of Student Success Programs appreciates your commitment to students’ academic success. For questions, contact Monica Hermann, coordinator for Student Success Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.