Coordinator: Suzanne Reese
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
O'Grady Library, lower level
May 20-Session 1 classes begin
June 28-Session 1 classes end
July 1-Session 2 classes begin
August 9-Session 2 classes end
August 12-All summer grades due in records office
Early Alert Program
The Early Alert Program supports the mission of Saint
Martin's University by offering a campus-wide early intervention system
in support of student success. Recommended by the Academic Standards Committee,
this process provides an online referral system to help gather information about
students who appear to be experiencing challenges to their academic success. The
referral form does not replace phone calls or personal visits to the appropriate
campus personnel, but offers a convenient means of communicating concerns about
students who are performing poorly.
What is the goal of the Early Alert Program?
The goal of Early Alert is to increase student academic success
by providing a safety net for students experiencing academic or behavioral
problems. Faculty, staff and the monastic community are in a prime position to
observe students who may be at risk of withdrawing. This ensures that students
are provided an early opportunity to take action and utilize campus resources.
These many resources include the student's advisor, financial aid, counseling
office, career services, residence hall manager, Campus Ministry, Learning and
Writing Center, disability support services, etc. The earlier a student is aware
that someone is concerned about his or her academic progress, the better the
chances of a positive outcome.
If you have further questions, please contact the
Early Alert Program.