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SSC Campus (Case Management) Progress Reports

A progress report is a way a professor can indicate how a specific student is doing in their class. This student is at-risk to fail my course or Bryan is doing great in my class are examples of things you might see on a professor's progress report. Most often, professors will be the ones creating progress reports for students, though sometimes advisors will as well.

To create a progress report:

  • Check the box next to the course and click Create a New Progress Report in the Actions Menu.
  • The first field is At-Risk to Fail Your Class? If you answer Yes then you must select and Alert Reason that has been previously created by your Application Administrator.
  • Next you may enter How Many Absences? this student has accrued in this course. If you do not know, you may leave this field empty.
  • Professors have the option to select the student's Current Grade, if known. Again, if you are unsure, you may leave this field empty as well.
  • Lastly, you may enter a Comment about the student and can be viewed at any time by clicking on the Report/Notes tab on the student profile page.

Note: Professors have the option to only report on only the students at-risk, allowing users to skip those students who may not be at risk.

KeywordsSSC, SSC campus, case, management, progress, reports, create, new, report   Doc ID63297
OwnerHelp Desk K.GroupUW-Milwaukee Help Desk
Created2016-05-09 14:57:27Updated2023-07-13 15:39:18
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