San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2010
Student Early Alert announced the release of their new version of their Student Early Alert System (SEAS). SEAS is a robust and innovative software solution that makes it easier for colleges and universities to reach out to students with a high likelihood of dropping out. They will be demonstrating SEAS at HACU September 18-20.
“At colleges and universities across the country, retention rates are on the decline, resulting in empty classrooms that cost institutions millions of dollars each year. It’s no secret that it’s more expensive and time consuming to recruit a new student than to retain an existing one”, said Nick Giordano, President Student Early Alert. “In order to reverse this trend schools must facilitate proactive identification of at risk students, so they can take prompt action to increase student satisfaction and performance and reduce dropout rates. SEAS makes it easier for our customers to work with a single tool to identify students early and help prevent them from leaving, thereby increasing their retention rates.”
The foundation of SEAS is a Comprehensive Communication Process (CCP), a four step process that ensures that students are put on a path to success. This process allows for early detection of at-risk students based upon 50 core criteria.
SEAS dynamically alerts advisors when students show early signs of underperforming. Advisors can then review information about each student, gathering the knowledge and insight they need to provide the best guidance possible. SEAS enables fast, easy collaboration and information-sharing among students, staff and faculty.
If your institution is interested in Student Early Alert’s SEAS, please contact Robert Pogoloff at 516-662-5810 or via e-mail at RPogoloff (at) studentearlyalert (dot) com
About Student Early Alert
Headquartered in New York City, NY, Student Early Alert is dedicated to empowering students to succeed by providing colleges and universities with innovative products and services that help them identify poor performers, reach out to those students, define plans to improve academic skills and track its progress.
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