Designing Early Alert Programs Aimed at Fostering Student Success
This interactive session is designed to provide participants with the historical, theoretical, research, and practical background of early alert programs. Participants will explore and discuss the necessary components to leverage high quality early alert programming at a variety of institutional types and sizes. Facilitators will utilize research, effective practice, and participants' experiences to discuss how to develop a mission and vision for early alert programs, design and facilitate effective interventions, prepare faculty and staff to monitor and respond to student risk indicators, and evaluate and assess early alert programs.
Additional registration required
Wednesday, March 17
1:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Michael Dial, Assistant Director of First-Year Advising, University Advising Center, University of South Carolina
Paige McKeown, Coordinator of First-Year Advising and Academic Intervention, University of South Carolina