STUDENT ALERT SYSTEM
The Student Alert Referral System is an early intervention tool that allows faculty and designated university personnel to submit information regarding academic and behavioral issues (such as missing classes, scoring poorly on tests or quizzes, engaging in disruptive or otherwise troubling behavior) that usually present obstacles to student success.
WHY USE THE STUDENT ALERT SYSTEM?
Qualitative studies have shown that early intervention with students on the part of faculty, advisors, and other campus personnel can improve students’ likelihood to succeed, persist, and graduate.
Early Alert Systems
During the 2012-2013 academic year, over 5,400 alerts were submitted in these proportions:
We have a vested interest in seeing our students succeed during their tenure with us at the University of Kentucky. The Student Alert Referral System offers a means for faculty and designated university personnel to help students realize higher levels of success. You can issue an alert by accessing Student Alerts through the myUK portal.
TYPES OF ALERTS
There are several types of alerts that may be submitted through this system. Read more about academic and behavioral alerts here. [PDF]
SUBMIT AN ALERT
GUIDES & RESOURCES
Quick Reference Guide: Submitting Alerts from Class Rolls [PDF]
Quick Reference Guide: Submitting Alerts Using Individual Student Look-Up [PDF]
How do behavioral alerts work?
Academic Advisor Contact Results [.xlsm]
FEEDBACK & COMMENTS
We would like to hear from you about the Student Alert system. Please send comments to email@example.com.