Student profiles are at the center of the advising application. However, to understand the importance of what the student profile can do, some background understanding is required which is covered in this overview.
The student profile is a set of information about the student and their academic performance at your institution. It has details similar to a limited SIS profile. However, our profile significantly differs in its focus and contains information centered on proactively identifying students at risk of not graduating in their major and providing the tools to support the student.
The Academic Summary shows the student’s major and division, number of Ds and Fs the student has received, number of repeated courses and withdrawals, the risk indicator for the student for his or her major, and most recent term of enrollment.
Users can also see the student’s information including:
-major -missed number of success markers -the staff working with the student
-GPA -number of staff alerts -if the student has received any support on campus
-total credits -categories/tags
-institution completion ratio (earned credits divided by attempted credits)
By rolling over the student's underlined information, users will get more detailed information.