SEASĀ© - Web-based student early alert system helps colleges and universities identify at risk students, record consultation sessions with students and provides an open line of communication between students and advisors, insuring student success.
     
How Does It Work?
   
The Student Early Alert System (SEAS©) directly addresses the needs of students in an easy-to-use web-based tool. SEAS© primary features include:

Quickly identify "At Risk" students utilizing the powerful and easy-to-use search engine. Student Early Alert System (SEAS©) has over 50 data selection criteria and gives you the ability to select and sort data from the student demographic, admissions, test scores, transcript and contact data. The Excel Export Facility provides the means to transport selected data for further statistical analysis, create mailing labels and create Advisor work lists. The SEAS© Reporting Facility is an indispensable search and reporting tool.

Track and report student contacts throughout the institution. This tool lets your academic and counseling staff monitor student progress through referrals made by an advisor, student counselor or instructor. Assessment notes, referrals and recommendations are tracked for an unlimited variety of situations including

Advising Intervention to assist the student in problem times
Early Alert submitted by Faculty
Learning Center Activity
Placement Examination Workshop Activity
Study Skill Workshop Activity

Promote open communication among students, advisors, faculty and other service providers. SEAS© provides a comprehensive easy-to-use communication facility through utilization of the following:

Data - student transcript type data, basic skills test scores and placements, SAT scores and transfer credit can be displayed in a single click.
Contact Information - including the current issue, dialogue between the student and advisor, advisor's recommended action and a schedule for follow-up.
Email - a single student or group of students can be emailed to set an appointment, follow-up on a recommended action or for any purpose.
Letters - can be generated with a customized message and saved in a Microsoft Word format. These can later be printed on letterhead.
Appointments - can be scheduled for a single student or group of students with an option to email the student, yourself and any other interested party.