Navigate: What happens after alerts are entered

A summary of the actions taken with in Navigate after student alerts are entered.

This chart explains the current workflow as alerts and cases are managed. In addition to this workflow, alerts are monitored and students who receive multiple alerts in a semester also have cases created and assigned to various student support offices on campus.

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For certain alert reasons, students receive an automatically generated email message. Below are the texts of those email messages.

At risk of D/F

Your instructor thinks that you may at risk of earning a D or F in their class. Now is the time to start making some change to try to pull up your grade! Here’s what you should do:

  1. Talk to your instructor. Visit them during their office hours (check your syllabus!) Ask them what you can start doing to improve your grade and ask specific questions you have about the course material.
  2. Talk to your academic advisor. They can help direct you to tutoring resources or talk about course deadlines and policies.
  3. Set up tutoring. The Murphy Learning Center offers free tutoring to all UWL students.

We encourage you to take these steps as soon as possible, and to reach out directly to the person who provided the feedback for more information.

Lack of course engagement

Your instructor has reported that you are not engaged in your course. Here are some ways to increase your engagement in the course:

  1. Talk to your instructor. Visit them during their office hours (check your syllabus!) Ask them what you can start doing to improve your grade and ask specific questions you have about the course material.
  2. Check your syllabus and/or course Canvas site to make sure that you are completing all work on time and are not missing in-person or synchronous course meetings.
  3. If you do not intend to increase your engagement in the course, talk to your academic advisor about possibly dropping the course this semester.

We encourage you to take these steps as soon as possible, and to reach out directly to the person who provided the feedback for more information. 

 If you would like to see the feedback you’ve been given: 

Direct to tutoring

Your instructor has reported that you may benefit from tutoring for your course. UWL has resources to help you achieve your academic goals this semester.

The Murphy Learning Center provides free tutoring for all UWL students in a variety of subjects and is available, both through appointment and on a drop-in basis. The Public Speaking Center and Writing Center are also available to assist students with course presentations and writing assignments. Murphy Learning Center is located on the second floor of the Murphy Library, and also virtually through their Canvas course: https://uwlac.instructure.com/enroll/B3HY3G.

There are other tutoring services also available on campus for students who need additional support:

We encourage you to explore tutoring options as soon as possible. If you have other questions or concerns, please contact your academic advisor.

If you would like to see the feedback you’ve been given: 




Keywords:Navigate Adhoc alert pro progress reports   Doc ID:114159
Owner:Jamie S.Group:UW-La Crosse
Created:2021-10-07 09:53 CDTUpdated:2021-10-07 13:11 CDT
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