Academic Early Warning
Academic Early Warning (AEW) is a student success and retention program enabling instructors to communicate any academic concerns that appear to be interfering with a student’s success in their class. The AEW Program has been relocated to the One-Stop Student Center.
An AEW reminder is sent to all faculty at the beginning of each fall and spring semesters. Faculty can report at-risk students to AEW through OneTech. The link can be found on "Advising-Faculty" card under the "Student Success Tools" dropdown. Faculty may specify poor attendance or students who will be dropped with a "WN" (excessive absences). Students can be reported through the last day to drop with a “W” for that term.
The One-Stop Student Center works to contact students by phone, email and scheduled appointments to connect students with campus resources and to assist with identifying strategies for improvement.
Faculty receive notifications if the advisor was able to successfully contact the student or not, as well as if the student intends to contact their professor or drop the course.
ACADEMIC EARLY WARNING REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS (QUICK GUIDE)
For more information, contact the One-Stop Student Center.