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Early Alert Program


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Early Alert Program

214 Lawrence Center
West Chester, PA 19382


Academic Quad

The Early Alert Program is a proactive system of communication and collaboration of professors, program staff, academic advisors, and University students. The goal of this program is to promote academic success for students by:

  • Identifying strategies to assist students having trouble with course material
  • Providing students timely support and direction to appropriate campus resources
  • Encouraging students to utilize campus resources and to also, communicate with professors, advisors and department chairperson
  • Helping students learn useful self advocacy skills
  • Making the college transition process more enjoyable by providing more opportunity for academic success

Mission Statement

The mission of the Early Alert Program (EAP) is to provide early intervention through early indicators to students identified through multiple collegiate channels as needing additional academic and social support. The program works by identifying students, contacting them, and scheduling regular meetings to allow them to achieve their academic goals, as well as improve the retention and graduation rates at West Chester University.

Vision Statement

We envision a diverse population of academically successful students who have the aspirations and skills to become independent, critical thinkers and learners actively involved in contributing to their greater community.

For more information about the Early Alert program, please

contact us by emailing Early Alert.


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