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Click here for the Extended/Excessive Absence ReportEarly Intervention ProgramUse this link to report students in your course(s) that have never attended, have stopped attending, or who have sporadic but excessive absences. Instructors for online classes can report students with little or no online activity by marking extended absence box. This data will allow us to send a letter to students acknowledging their excessive absences and will detail for them their options on withdrawing, seeking academic assistance, etc. Class rolls are updated every Friday to reflect withdrawals. You can report on these students repeated times if you like (once a week) and additional letters will be sent as reminders. Past data will be cleared out every Friday when the rolls are updated. This initiative is mainly to prevent students from receiving a grade or ‘F’ or ‘NR’ (which later turns into an ‘F’) in a course for non-attendance or excessive absences. Academic Support Center Please use the links below to assist the Academic Support Center in monitoring students who may need additional assistance in being successful and/or avoiding failure in a course.Active Monday, January 20, 2014 until Friday, March 7, 2014 (Wednesday, March 26, 2014 is the last day to withdraw without academic penalty) Click here for Unsatisfactory Progress Report Use this link to report unsatisfactory progress on your students in your 100 and 200 level course(s). Unsatisfactory progress is a subjective evaluation on the part of the instructor. You can also indicate excessive absences which often contribute to unsatisfactory progress. A letter is sent to the student indicating unsatisfactory progress and/or excessive absences for any course that has been submitted through this program. The student is asked to follow-up with the Academic Support Center for academic counseling. A comments field is included which allows faculty to be explicit in why a student is performing poorly. These comments are not shown directly to students. However, they are used only in the follow-up with students in helping the Academic Support Center assess the individual student's situation. Active Monday, February 17, 2014 until Friday, March 7, 2014 (Wednesday, March 26, 2014 is the last day to withdraw without academic penalty)