In the first few weeks of a new semester, there are always adjustments to make, and some students may find they experience greater challenges than others.
Early identification of issues and timely support may make all the difference to your success in a program. The Early Alert Referral System will open for the first FIVE weeks of the fall and winter semesters.
Early Alert: Online Referral System
This system enables instructors to identify students who are facing challenges in their courses or programs. Students referred to Early Alert will be contacted and invited to meet with a member of the Student Access and Support Department. The student will then be connected with appropriate support services or resources.
Early Alert is designed to help you be as successful as possible in your courses or program. Early Alert is not punitive or judgmental and participation is voluntary. Early Alert is completely confidential and will not appear on transcripts.
You can also self-refer to Early Alert form. During the first five weeks of the fall and winter semesters you can contact Early Alert by email.
Students May Need Support for Different Reasons
Struggling with coursework
Falling asleep in class
Overdue or incomplete assignments
Failed assignments or quizzes
Student Access and Support
Services remain available throughout the year. If you require assistance for yourself or a student: