Early Progress Reporting
The Office of the Provost is coordinating an early progress reporting (EPR) campaign for a subset of undergraduate and graduate students using the Pathways for Student Success platform. EPRs allow faculty members to identify students of concern and share that information with advisors and other student support staff on campus, who will then have a more holistic sense about students who may be falling through the cracks early in the semester.
EPR messages will be sent to faculty instructing students in this subset of the student body on Jan. 30. Faculty have until Feb. 14 to complete the EPRs. Visit the Pathways website for additional information and resources. You can also reach out to April Belback, Director of Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring at email@example.com.