Shoreline Early Alert is live for Summer Quarter!

DEAR CAMPUS:

As we begin Summer Quarter, we would like to remind you about Shoreline Early Alert (SEA).

SEA is a referral program to serve ALL (domestic and international) students on campus. SEA is designed to provide academic intervention to students encountering difficulty in the pursuit of their academic goals. We recognize that intervention is a process and may not produce immediate results. That is why it is our goal is to reach out to the student early in the quarter and connect them to the appropriate resources.

MAKE A REFERRAL!

Use the SEA Referral Form rather than sending individual emails. A SEA Team member will respond to the referral within 24 hours by reaching out to both you and the student.

Please view our flyer (below) for more program and contact information.

We look forward to continuing to work with you and to support our students!

Thanks,
SEA Team
Nicki Sunwall, Erin Wilson, Lianne Almughirah, Jennifer Coogan
Shoreline Early Alert (SEA) Flyer 2016-2017

Ride the wave and refer students to come SEA us!

Dear Campus:

The Shoreline Early Alert (SEA) team would like to thank staff and faculty for continuing to refer students to academic intervention, support, and services! We are currently at over 160 (domestic and international) SEA referrals…that’s over double where we were at this point last quarter! Thank you for continuing to support our students and connecting them to resources.

Since an early alert works best when it’s early, this is a reminder that May 9th is the last day a “W” grade is issuedso there is still time to refer students for intervention. Examples of SEA referrals include: 

  • Low test scores
  • Unexplained excessive absenteeism or tardiness
  • Pacing in an online class
  • Not doing assignments
  • Financial matters
  • External concerns

What happens next:
After our team receives a referral a member will work to respond within 24 hours to both you and the student. We continue to reach out to the student in order to set up an initial meeting where we assess the student’s needs and most appropriate resources. *REMINDER: Intervention is a process and may not produce immediate results. Our goal is to reach out to the student early in the quarter and connect them to the appropriate resources.*

Visit our site to learn more about SEA or to view our Referral Form.

We look forward to continuing to work with you and to support our students!

Thanks,
Nicki Sunwall, Erin Wilson, Lianne Almughirah, Jennifer Coogan

Shoreline Early Alert (SEA) Flyer 2016[2]

SEA is here to help students succeed

Dear Campus:

We would like to remind you of the early alert system called Shoreline Early Alert (SEA). SEA is a referral program designed to help students encountering difficulty in the pursuit of their academic goals by providing academic intervention. SEA is intended to serve ALL (domestic and international) students on campus.

*REMINDER: Intervention is a process and may not produce immediate results. Our goal is to reach out to the student early in the quarter and connect them to the appropriate resources.*

Examples of SEA referrals include: 

  • Low test scores
  • Unexplained excessive absenteeism or tardiness
  • Pacing in an online class
  • Not doing assignments
  • Financial matters
  • External concerns

Make a Referral to SEA!
Use the SEA Referral Form rather than sending individual emails. A SEA Team member will respond within 24 hours to both you and the student. SEA is intended to provide academic intervention and support to students in a variety of ways.

What happens next:
After our team receives a referral a member will work to respond within 24 hours to both you and the student. We continue to reach out to the student in order to set up an initial meeting where we assess the student’s needs and most appropriate resources.

Please view our flyer and visit our site to learn more about SEA or to view our Referral Form.

We look forward to continuing to work with you and to support our students!

Thanks,
SEA Team
Nicki Sunwall, Erin Wilson, Lianne Almughirah, Jennifer Coogan

The Advising Center Rolls Out Shoreline Early Alert Program for Student Success

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The Advising Center has created an early alert system called Shoreline Early Alert (SEA). SEA is designed to help students who are encountering difficulty in the pursuit of their academic goals.

Faculty and staff can make referrals to the SEA Team at www.shoreline.edu/sea. Links for the referral form can be found on the Intranet, Instructor Briefcase, Advisor Data Portal (ADP), and Canvas.

Please watch a brief video introduction by clicking here. We look forward to working with you to support student success.

Our PHINS are up and we are ALL IN! Join us in riding the wave and refer your students to come SEA us!