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  1. Student Alert System Susan Herrick Associate Director College of Undergraduate Studies August 17, 2011

  2. Origins of Student Alert • Provost’s “War On Attrition” (2007) • Effectiveness at other institutions • Increase in campus-wide intervention • Goal: Help more students succeed at UK!

  3. Key Times We Lose Students • Fall to Spring (freshman year) • Fall to Fall (freshman to sophomore year) • Pre-Graduation (beyond sophomore year)

  4. Reasons We Lose Students • Academic • Personal • Financial • Social

  5. How Can I Help Retain Students? Classroom performance problems are early indicators of larger problems. You are in the best position to alert others when performance problems arise.

  6. How Student Alerts Work • Instructor enters alert in myUK portal • System sends email to key parties • Key parties work to address difficulty • Instructor receives result feedback

  7. Alert Types: Academic • Missed classes • Habitually late (10+ minutes, regularly) • Homework not submitted • Homework quality poor • Poor performance on tests or quizzes

  8. Alert Types: Behavioral • Disruptive behavior • Act which threatens safety • Harassment • Health risk

  9. Alert Types: Behavioral • Damage to property • Medical attention • Mental health

  10. Alert Types: Other • For anything not covered by an existing alert type

  11. When To Submit An Alert • Send an alert whenever you feel it is appropriate. • Alert information is useful at all points in the semester. • Prompt intervention is the key.

  12. Who Receives Your Alert • Academic: In most cases, student and academic advisor • Behavioral: Students of Concern team (Dean of Students office) • Other: Determined case by case

  13. After Alert Submission • Screen message confirms alert sent • Student email: Contact advisor or instructor • Advisor email: Contact this student • Discussion with student (advisor or instructor) • Advisor feedback entered

  14. How To Submit A Student Alert

  15. Log On To myUK

  16. Faculty Services Tab

  17. Select Alert Type(s)

  18. “Alert Sent” Message Confirmation message will appear when alert is submitted.

  19. Alert Home Page: www.uky.edu/UGE/alert

  20. UpcomingEnhancements Later in 2011-2012: • Select students from class roll (one-click) • View advisor feedback in myUK portal

  21. Questions/Comments? Contact: Susan Herrick Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies 109 Miller Hall slherr1@uky.edu (859) 257-4764