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Roosevelt's Early Alert program is a partnership between faculty and student support resources on campus to quickly connect students to the staff and services to help them succeed at Roosevelt. Faculty may submit recommendations for students in need of academic, personal, or financial assistance early enough in a semester to help the student be successful at Roosevelt.
If you receive an email from the Early Alert system, this means your instructor is concerned about your progress in a course and wants to connect you with resources on campus that can assist you. You should contact the recommended offices and resources as quickly as possible and are also encouraged to discuss questions about the alert with your instructor and your academic advisor. Each of the offices listed in the alert will also receive notifications of your referral and will be be expecting your call or visit to help you get the assistance you need. Your instructor, advisor and staff from these offices may also reach out to you to check on your progress.
The newly installed Faculty Feedback function in RU Access will be used by Roosevelt starting in Spring 2016 to replace the existing web-based Early Alert system. This new system sends several emails in response to faculty concerns.
The goal is to prompt the student to seek out the recommended resources, but allows for advisors and referral offices to do outreach as well. Instructors should also follow-up with the student and referral offices as needed.
The new system is open only to instructors to submit alerts for students registered in their classes.