BRUIN Alert Program & Non-Participation
Training for current phase, Phase II: BRUIN Alert Program Phase II
*IMPORTANT* The Non-academic and Referral alerts added during Phase II are more personal where a student would be sharing challenges with faculty versus struggling with academic performance. The key difference between the Academic alerts and the Non-academic and Referral alerts is that faculty will need to get confirmation that students want these referrals prior to submitting the Non-academic or Referral Bruin Alerts. If a student refuses support, faculty are not mandated to submit an alert.
See below for additional information about BAP.
The new BRUIN Alert Program (BAP), designed to promote student success, went live on Monday, August 24, 2020. BAP has been deployed through Campus Solutions (also known as BRUIN).
Phase I: The first phase of the three-phase project involved changing the Performance Warning name to BRUIN Alert and updating the six academic options that faculty may select.
Phase II: Phase 2 consists of adding the Non-academic and Referral alerts, mapping the automatic routing to the appropriate Bellevue University stakeholder, and developing unique emails based on the selected alert.
Phase III: Non-academic and referral alerts will continue to be added in the third phase of the project. The mapping out of the notification routing for those alerts will be done by the Agile Management team in conjunction with the managers of the referral departments. Alert automation will also be added during later phases.
BAP is not a replacement for faculty-student interaction, which should always be the first step in addressing concerns related to academic success. Rather, BAP should be used when resources are needed beyond faculty intervention.
For questions, please contact Scott Kizzire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Duration 50 hours
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- Language English
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