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Instructors Can Help Struggling Students with Academic Alerts

Posted on: August 29th, 2019 by kfg

One of the biggest challenges in helping students who are at risk of academic failure is identifying them early enough in the term to make a difference. While there are many data points that can be used to predict a student’s success or failure, the most valuable is the insight offered by a caring instructor who has first-hand experience with the student. Find out how you can help with Academic Alerts.

Degree Audit Academic Process Continues To Go Mainstream

Posted on: August 13th, 2015 by TERRIE THOMPSON

Degree Audit has become a mainstream tool that all Schools and Colleges use and is now an integral part of the undergraduate graduation process. We are happy to report that we had 100% compliance for May graduation with the exception of Pharmacy and Law, which recently came online. We expect all undergraduate degrees to be […]

New myOleMiss Features for Advisors

Posted on: September 21st, 2012 by kfg

Over the past year, it has become clear that employees who supervise certain kinds of student programs need the same kind of access to student data that academic advisors have had for many years. Examples are employees who supervise developmental courses, student athlete advisors, and FASTrack counselors. Moreover, these staff members, as well as academic […]

Need Input from Advisors

Posted on: May 18th, 2012 by kfg

During the next few weeks, the Office of Information Technology (IT) will be considering requests for new features in the advising interfaces within myOleMiss. We would like to hear ideas from current advisors on how to make the interfaces more useful. The last big round of changes came in Spring 2011, and almost all of […]