Early Advisory System
The Early Advisory System, or EAS, helps to identify students at the earliest sign of academic trouble. EAS is an on-line system where faculty can share concerns about students, including attendance and class performance. Once the EAS report is submitted, a member of the Academic Success Center staff reaches out to the student to provide any necessary support and to encourage the use of the various resources on campus.
Professors can also acknowledge a student’s excellent work through the Early Advisory System. Acknowledging exemplary work demonstrates to students that such behavior is valued and can reinforce positive behavior. These students who are identified by professors for exemplary work receive a letter from the Director for Student Success/Engagement.