What is an Early Alert? 
Definition: An early alert is an automated at-risk identification tool designed to help identify and react to retention challenges quickly and consistently.

We want our students to achieve academic success, as well as social and professional growth; therefore, we have implemented a program from Hobson's Retain to help identify students that may be at-risk due to the following alert types: Academic, Attendance, Financial, and Personal. Students who have been identified with an early alert by a faculty or staff member, will be notified by the Office of Student Success or a member of the Early Alert Intervention Team to discuss a plan of action and receive the help they need in order to succeed as an SMSU Mustang!

To view instructions for faculty members, click here.
To view information specific for SMSU students, click
here.
 

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