WHAT IS THE EARLY ALERT PROGRAM?
The purpose of the Early Alert Program is to identify, reach out and provide support and resource referrals to Solano Community College students who are at risk due to academic difficulties and/or from experiencing personal hardships.
Our goals: a. Increase retention and reduce the number of students in academic probation and/or suspension; b. Assist with basic needs when appropriate.
When may a student reach out to Early Alert?
- Emergency Financial Assistance
- Housing Insecurity
- Food Resources
- Chromebook Loaner Program: Chromebooks are available on a first-come, first-serve basis depending upon availability. Please go to “Resources for Students” on our Homepage.
When should a Student be referred by Faculty? When additional resources are needed after there has been Faculty intervention. Examples:
- High rate of absenteeism
- Habitual tardiness
- Failure to turn in assignments on time or at all
- Missed tests
- Low quiz/test performance
- Failure to access Canvas
- Class disruption
Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Dr. Rischa Slade at 707-864-7000, ext 4440