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Jan 20 2015

NYIT Selected to Participate in Epicenter’s Pathways to Innovation Program

Jan 13 2015

NYIT Ranks Among 2015 U.S. News Best Online Programs

Dec 23 2014

Architecture and Medical Students Launch Global Competition for Healthy Designs

Dec 18 2014

BBC to Feature Home2(O) Project in News Segment

Dec 12 2014

NYIT Wins Grant to Develop STEM Programs

Sep 05 2015

New Student Residence Hall Move-In

Sep 08 2015

Late Registration & Program Changes

Sep 08 2015

Get Started with Poll Everywhere for Faculty

Sep 08 2015

Fall Classes Begin!

Sep 08 2015

Campus Programming Board’s Welcome Back BBQ!

Save Our Student (SOS) Form

The Save our Student (SOS) form lets faculty and staff provide feedback identifying undergraduate students at risk for attrition. Your concerned, proactive feedback allows the Advising and Enrichment Center staff to take quick action in helping students address concerning behavior and, hopefully, succeed in the current semester.

Faculty members are encouraged to submit an SOS as soon as they identify an undergraduate student who would benefit from additional outreach.

An SOS can be sent anytime during the fall or spring semesters, but if possible, faculty should be prepared to submit concerns prior to the end of the withdrawal period. The earlier in the semester an at-risk student is identified, the more options there are for resolving the issue and succeeding in the course.

Read about the Save our Student (SOS) form and efforts on our frequently asked questions page.

*Please Note: If there is no chance for the student to salvage his/her grade in your course, please do not submit an SOS. Rather, it is preferable that you speak to the student directly, recommend a withdrawal, and refer him/her to the Financial Aid office as well as the academic advisor.

Course and Section (e.g., FCIQ-101-W01):
Campus: Old Westbury
Manhattan
Online
Other

Not completing assigned work
Trouble with course content
Excessive absences
Has never attended class
Deficiency in writing skills
Difficulty with English as a Second Language
Other
It is helpful for AEC to know the specific details regarding the student's academics (number of absences, number of missing assignments, etc.) at the time of your submission. Please enter these and any other comments:

Yes I recommend that the student withdraw.
No, not at this time. The student can still achieve a passing grade.

If you are recommending the student withdraw from the course, please have the conversation with them directly in order to follow NYIT's official withdrawal procedures.

By submitting an SOS, you are allowing AEC to disclose the information you provided with the student for the purpose of early intervention.



* Denotes a required field.