Office of Undergraduate Student Success
Nova Southeastern University
Rosenthal Student Center, Room 104
Davie, FL 33328
OR 1-800-541-6682, ext. 28485
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This program is designed to identify students who are not attending class on a regular basis or are experiencing difficulties that might impact their academic performance in a negative manner. In turn, students who are referred receive outreach from the Office of Undergraduate Student Success (OUSS). Faculty is encouraged to refer students throughout the semester by contacting the Office of Undergraduate Student Success by emailing email@example.com or calling (954) 262-8386.
The Office of Undergraduate Student Success is committed to helping you overcome any academic challenges you may be facing through academic coaching and campus resource connection. We highly encourage you to meet with an academic coach by scheduling an appointment with our department using the following link.
The Office of Undergraduate Student Success uses a holistic integrated student support approach by outreaching to alerted students and connecting them to campus resources.
The NSU Progress Survey provides undergraduate faculty with an opportunity to identify and report undergraduate students who are academically at-risk based on academic performance and attendance record.
You can report early alerts through the survey 4 weeks after the semester start date and one week after midterms.
Concerned faculty or staff have the ability to identify and report students who display challenges that may impede their ability to be successful academically. These concerns may range from emotional, academic or personal health. Faculty is encouraged to refer students at any time throughout the semester by contacting the Office of Undergraduate Student Success by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (954) 262-8386.
Once a student has been flagged, a case management approach will commence. Students identified and respond to outreach are referred to the breath of student support resources on campus. Faculty will be able to view when an alerted student's case is closed.
Once a student is alerted, the GradesFirst system will open a case for that student. An opened case signifies that a student service professional is outreaching and/or communicating with the student. For the purpose of progress notes, a case is closed once the student is connected to and attends a session at the referred office.
The guided outcomes measures for this program is as follows: