Personal, academic and/or financial problems can place students at risk of failing a course. The purpose of the Early Intervention Process is to provide early identification and intervention for students at risk for a variety of reasons. This Process is designed to support both students, faculty and staff. The early referral form will be submitted electronically to the individuals as indicated on the form to either Academic or Student Affairs staff for follow-up.
Code of Conduct Violations (see student handbook for policy) Academic Integrity Violation (see student handbook for policy) Personal or Professional Development Concern Academic success Concern Other
To activate the Early Intervention Referral, these steps should be followed:
- Anyone can identify students at risk and fill out an Early Referral Form.\
- When a student “at risk” is identified, it is recommended but optional to inform the student than an Early Referral will be initiated.
- An Early Referral Form is completed on the student outlining the concerns identified. The completed form is filled out electronically and submitted to the Academic or Student Affairs staff as indicated on the form.
- An Early Referral Form should be completed on any student directly referred by faculty and staff to Continuum EAP.
- The appropriate representative will contact the student via email or phone when necessary
- Individuals who complete an Early Referral Form will receive a confirmation email that the document was received.