||A defined set of permissions for individuals using Navigate (e.g., “Advisor” or “Instructor”).
||Times that staff set within Navigate to allow scheduling. This can be for Drop-ins,
Appointments, or Campaigns.
||Menu housing the primary coordination functions, such as communication, appointment
scheduling, campaigns, and case management.
||Specific area or major on campus for which an advisor would see students (not a physical
||Differentiating student attributes captured in a school’s SIS system (e.g., Veterans,
Athletes, Greek life).
||A relevant piece of information is attached to a student’s profile in Navigate. Notes
can only be viewed by staff and faculty who have this privilege.
||Subjective information not captured in an SIS system (e.g., Students interested in
taking GREs or MCATs).
||Information is attached to a student’s profile in Navigate. To-Dos can include attachments.
Only the person who issued the To-Do and the student can view the To-Do.
||A dynamic or static list of students that users can create and consistently access
in the platform.
||A search engine that allows users to enter thousands of search parameters to allow
for the segmentation of the partner’s student population.
||Summary of the content discussed during a student interaction (i.e., advising or tutoring)
and logged in to Navigate.
||Also referred to as “Early Alerts;” enables a professor or instructor to indicate
how a specific student is performing in class.
||A mechanism for any user (not just a professor or instructor) to draw attention to
a student who may potentially be a risk due to a variety of factors.
||A coordinated request across users prompting action and follow-up on an alert, indicating
a student is at risk. Often crosses department lines and includes areas such as Financial
Aid, Counseling, etc.
||Functionality for students to easily schedule appointments with support staff (e.g.,
advisors) from their smartphones.
||Proactive outreach strategy with a specific goal in mind, such as “Re-enroll students
not yet registered for Fall”
||Snapshots of real-time activity happening in the site by location, service, or staff
member, designed for assessment and resource allocation.
||A self-identification process that students complete when they first open the Navigate
mobile app. This intake collects additional information (e.g., “I am working part-time”)
that would not be evident from the Student Information System (SIS), providing more
ways to customize and target content for students.