Academic Early Alert
The mission of Academic Early Alert at Viterbo University is to identify
students who are having academic difficulty, facilitating an early
intervention that addresses their needs, thereby increasing the
likelihood of their success.
Academic Early Alert Program Description
The Academic Early Alert
program is designed to identify students who are having academic
difficulty at any point in their education at Viterbo University. By
identifying these students, the Academic Early Alert team can attempt
to address their needs by providing the interventions needed, thereby
increasing the likelihood of their success. Through Academic Early Alert,
faculty and staff contribute directly to retention by assisting with
the early detection of students who are doing poorly in class,
chronically absent from class, or experiencing other kinds of problems
that affect academic performance.
How does the Academic Early Alert system work?
- A member of the Viterbo University faculty or staff submits a referral through the online form.
- The Early Alert team will review the referral to see what follow-up action is needed.
- The referring faculty or staff member is contacted via email to confirm the follow-up action that is taken with the student.
Information that is considered confidential will not be revealed.
For questions about Early Alert contact:
Director, Student Academic Success