Early Alert Referral System
 
 

The Early Alert Referral System (EARS) is an online reporting tool used by faculty and Pathway Advisors to provide students with academic interventions when they are not succeeding. It also serves as a database for documenting and tracking these efforts.

Faculty’s Role in EARS

Faculty may use EARS for the following reasons:

1.    To request academic intervention from Pathway Advisors or Tutoring Services when a student is at risk of being unsuccessful in a course

2.    To document efforts that have been made to reach out to students who are not succeeding

3.    Reporting “D” and “F” midterm grades and submitting instructor recommendations

EARS should not be used for the purpose of:

1.    Reporting Code of Conduct Violations
Please submit a Student Referral in the Intranet under Resources or refer to the Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities-Mike Gerold at Michael.gerold@saintpaul.edu.

2.    Reporting violations of the College’s Academic Integrity policy
Please submit a Student Referral in the Intranet under Resources or refer to the Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities-Mike Gerold at Michael.gerold@saintpaul.edu.