The QuickConnect program is an early warning and intervention system focused on intervention of students exhibiting at-risk behaviors (attendance, chronic tardiness, not turning in assignments, low grades, and/or rarely prepared). The goals of QuickConnect are providing preventative action, initiating support by reaching out, and addressing current at-risk behaviors. Faculty are currently the front line in identifying at risk behaviors and initiating a contact by submitting referrals.
Faculty and instructors on all of NMSU's campuses may participate in QuickConnect by referring students for intervention based upon concerns, both academic and non-academic. The "Faculty Submit Referral" accessed here and on myNMSU, includes a drop down providing a complete class list which allows you to submit the students name and reasons for referral. The student will then be contacted by a trained "Responder" who will secure resources pertinent to the student's current need. Instructors will be informed of the outcome of the "connection".
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