From the Office of Academic Advising:

Beginning fall 2010, Academic Advising implemented the AIF system (academic intervention form).  The Academic Intervention System is a mechanism by which faculty can identify specific issues that impede a student’s success in a particular class.  Some of the reasons an AIF could be submitted are: absenteeism, lack skills, low grades, missed exams, missing assignments, poor attitude, substandard work, tardiness or poor exam scores. AIF Report.pdf

Spring 2012 Academic Advising Center Summary: Spring 2012 Academic Advising Center Summary.pdf

A list of walk-in appointments for the Advising Center in spring 2012. We didn’t always catch every student to have them sign in, and students who know us well like to circumvent the outer office and come right into our offices, but we were able to record 613 students coming in for the spring, and there were 513 in the fall.  1126 students came through our office between Sept 1, 2011 and May 1, 2012, and that doesn’t count parents and those who never signed in! We will begin summer sign-ins today, May 2ndSpring '12 Advising Sign In Sheet.pdf

A spreadsheet of students who changed their majors, added or deleted a second major, added or deleted a minor, or requested an advisor change. We had 285 changes to academic majors/minors requested by students this spring, in the fall we had 275 changes to student academic records. Each student as well as their Faculty Advisors was e-mailed to let them know that the changes had been processed. Spring '12 Major Minor change.xlsx

 

From Student Support Services and the Learning Center:

The mission of Student Support Services is to assist all students in successfully navigating the rigors of undergraduate learning, thus meeting the challenges of higher education.  Working collaboratively with peer tutors, faculty and staff, the program supports students by developing and strengthening their content knowledge and their academic and self-management skills.  The program is designed to enhance student engagement in the learning process and provide opportunity for all students to be successful in lifelong learning, achieving, leadership, and service.

  
The Learning Center is committed to supporting students through a strong peer tutoring program and a system of monitored study halls with math tutoring available (writing center provides assistance for English courses/writing assignments).  By providing students with one-on-one and small group tutoring and study skills workshops, and faculty with access to weekly tutoring reports, we strive to enhance the learning environment and academic experience for all students.REPORT - TLC - Fall 11 to Spring 12 Tutoring Report docx 4 3 12.pdf
 
From the Directors of Student Engagement, Retention Services, Academic Advising and Service Learning:
Through its student survey, The College Student Report, the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) annually collects information at hundreds of four-year colleges and universities about student participation in programs and activities that institutions provide for their learning and personal development.  The results provide an estiate of how undergraduates spend their time and what they gain from attending college. NSSE_Report for Faculty_April 11.pdf
 

SACS COC Substantive change for accredited institutions of the Commission of Colleges - Policy Statement.  Substantive change policy 7.5.12.pdfSubstantive change policy 7.5.12.pdf