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Early Feedback Progress Reports

As part of the academic advising process, course instructors issue progress reports in the fifth week of each semester based on three-four weeks of student work. Students receive feedback related to the nature of their coursework, engagement and participation, grasp of content, and overall progress; students receive a "warning” flag when they are evaluated at the time to be doing work at a grade level of C- or below. Students access their progress reports through the Starfish Student Success Platform and are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisor and/or instructors to discuss their progress. Early progress reports are indications of progress at a certain point-in-time, and are to be understood as prompts for working constructively to do the best work possible in a course. They are not, in any way, indications of what a student will earn for a final course grade.