It’s past midterm, grades are posted, and you are concerned about a student who is still missing class a lot or struggling academically. What can you do? Use the new Academic Care Team Referral Form to send an alert. The sooner we intervene with the student the quicker we can offer help.
The goal of this new referral form is to initiate prompt communication and effective intervention with students who are experiencing academic difficulties. The referral form should be used for first- and second-year undergraduate students only. The form is also found on the academic success and transition website at under the Academic Care Team link.
Reasons to refer a student:
- Poor attendance and/or consistent tardiness
- Consistently unprepared for class
- Missed, late or incomplete assignments
- Missed exams
- Poor performance on exams or assignments
- Needs to address study skills or time management
- Academic difficulty due to issues outside the classroom
After submitting the form, your report will be forwarded to the Academic Care Team, who will offer targeted academic assistance to the student. In some cases, we will contact the student and recommend meeting with you directly. In other cases, we will recommend academic services such as the BearCLAW or an academic coach. We recommend sharing with your student that you have made this referral.