Navigate: Student Profile

How to find information about a student in their student profile in Navigate.

Each current student at UW-La Crosse has a Student Profile Page. 

Access to information and features on the Student Profile vary by role and permission level. so the images below may look somewhat different than what you view on your screen. You can find a student profile in a few ways:

1) Locating their name on your Staff Home Screen list of assigned advisees (Navigate: Staff Home Overview)

2) Locating their name on your Faculty Home Screen list of students in your courses (Navigate: Professor Home).

3) Using the Quick Search tool bar at the top of the Navigate screen on any page

Example Student Profile


At the top, you can view if a student has any current notifications. Then, depending on the permissions, determined by your role in Navigate, you can take several actions including: messaging the student (Navigate: Sending Text Messages, Navigate: Sending emails), create an ad hoc Appointment Summary Report (Navigate: Creating appointment summary reports), scheduling an appointment for the student (Navigate: Scheduling a student appointment from a student profile), or adding the student to a list (Navigate: Using Student Lists)

Current Notifications Menu

If the student is part of any active appointment campaigns, you will be able to see that here, then a student profile picture. To see the student's contact information, click the carrot under their picture to expand the information.

Student Campaign MenuStudent Info Expanded Menu

The final box on this side menu has information about the student's current success team including advisors and instructors. This will be updated each semester.

Student Success Team



The gray box here, known as the 30-Second Overview, gives you a basic understanding on the student's academic performance to date. Further information is available about each data point on other student profile tab.

Student Gut Check


Some information on this tab may not be available for you to view depending on your role.

Support Priority

The Student Success Predictive Model (SSPM) uses UWL's historical data to make informed predictions around current students' likelihood to persist to the next term. The SSPM assigns a ‘success score’ (a numerical value between 0.0 and 1.0) to each student indicating their likelihood to persist, given their unique characteristics and how similar students performed in the past. Once given this score, students are sorted into three buckets: high support priority, moderate support priority, and low support priority levels. As students progress through his/her academic career, different factors will contribute more heavily to their success at different points in time. The Predicted Influencers table on the Success Progress tab shows the positive, negative, and neutral influencers reported by the SSPM for the student. This is not an exhaustive list of all influencers in the model, but includes the most representative in each category.
Example Support Prioirty Table
GPA Trends by Term
This provides a visualization of the student's GPA over time, including Term GPA, Cumulative GPA, and overall GPA.

GPA Trends Graph

Credit Trends by Term

This provides a visualization of the student's credit accumulation over time, including Total Credits Earned, Credits Earned each Term, and Credits Attempted each term.

Credit Trends Graph

Finally, both GPA and Credit trends are displayed in a tabular format at the bottom of the tab.

Credits by Term Table


The History section of the student profile collects recorded interactions and activities for that student, this includes appointment summary reports, notifications, progress reports, and check-ins at certain events. The information is presented in reverse chronological order. You will only be able to view activity within Care Units for which you have the appropriate permissions.

Example Student History


This tab contains detailed historical and current course information for the student.

Classes this term

This is a list of the student's currently enrolled courses, the associated professor(s) and meeting times/locations. Depending on permissions, staff and faculty can take Actions within this section such as contacting the student's instructor, submitting a progress report for a specific course. If a student has withdrawn from a course, it stays in the "Classes This Term" table and is not called out specifically. The official withdrawal record usually shows in the Term Details below with W in the grade field.

Example Classes this Term

Term Details

This section shows an unofficial transcript for the student, listing the student's past coursework in reverse chronological order. A summary of the student's performance for each semester including credits completed, GPA, and academic standing appears to the right under "Term at a glance." Any transfer coursework will also show in the Term Details section. This includes high school or pre-college credits. Placement test scores and ACT or SAT scores are also present.

Example Term Details

Selecting the drop-down next to each term header shows term-specific details in comparison to the student's performance for the previous term.

Term Details Comparison


Under the more tab, you can access three sub-menus.

More Actions Menu


You can view a calendar view of the student's courses and appointments scheduled through Navigate.

Example Student Calendar


You can view a record of the student's upcoming, recent, or no show appointments. Users with certain permissions can also view details of the appointments.


Student Profile Appointments


Here, it is possible to view communications you have sent to the student that have been sent through Navigate, this includes text messages and emails.

Conversations Menu

Keywords:Navigate Student Information Profile   Doc ID:107347
Owner:Jamie S.Group:UW-La Crosse
Created:2020-11-20 14:58 CSTUpdated:2023-01-20 12:30 CST
Sites:UW-La Crosse
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