SSC Campus Early Alerts
SFA has transitioned to a new early alert system in SSC Campus to simplify the process for faculty and staff to report concerns about undergraduate students that may need some assistance. The new process will also help us reach students who are struggling early enough to help them find the resources they need to be successful in college.
Faculty and Staff can submit alerts for a variety of reasons through SSC Campus platform including:
Alerts in the SSC Campus platform can be issued with just a few clicks without having to enter specific details about yourself, the student or the class, because this this is auto populated by SSC Campus.
To submit a report through the SSC Campus system simply login using the ‘Early Alerts SSC Campus’ link under the Faculty tab in mySFA or in D2L under Helpful Links. You can also go directly to https://sfasu.campus.eab.com/ and you will be prompted to enter you SFASU username and password (if you are not already logged into mySFA).iCare Early Alerts
The iCare Early Alert program will remain active to supplement the Early Alert Program available to Faculty and Advisors in the SSC Campus platform to issues alerts for undergraduate students. The iCare program is administered through the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and allows individuals that do not have access to the SSC Campus platform to submit a concern they have about a current student’s ability to succeed. It is also available for faculty and staff to report concerns about graduate students, who are not currently included in SSC Campus. The iCare reporting form consists of three tracks for early alerts including:
These are in line with the same reporting options available through Early Alert SSC Campus.
Faculty and Staff wishing to submit an alert for a Graduate Student or Individuals that do not have access to SSC Campus can access the iCare reporting at the following link: Complete the iCare Form.
If you have questions about the iCare system please contact:
Amy Smith, Early Intervention Specialist
Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities