Working in concert with faculty, Student Affairs aims to provide a seamless educational experience for students that helps them to reach thier personal and educational goals. For additional informaiton about these or other resources for faculty, please contact our office at (936) 468-7249.
iCare (Early Alert)
SFA's iCare program is a unique, integrative approach to academic and behavioral intervention on campus. The program is administered through the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (formerly Judicial Affairs). The iCare program consists of tracks for early intervention in behavioral/classroom management issues, attendance issues, and academic performance.
For more information, or to refer a student to Early Alert, click here.
Dealing with Troubled or Toubling Students
Faculty play an important role in identifying students who may be in distress. To find out more, read our publication called, "Troubled_Student_Brochure_2012.pdf."
Faculty and staff should be aware of the rules and procedures for accommodating students with disabilities. For more information, visit the Disability Services website.
Service learning is an exciting method of teaching and learning that uses needed service in our community to illustrate course concepts and meeting learning outcomes connected to an academic course. Student Affairs provides resources to faculty who are looking to connect with community agencies, secure funding for service learning projects and gain skills in experiential education. For more information, contact Jamie Bouldin at (936) 468-1088 or visit the Service Learning Website.
The Office of Career Services offers many resources for faculty looking to assist thier students in learning about how to find and puruse a career. From assistance in establishing internships to in-class presentations, there are many services to assist you. For more information, visit thier website.