EARS is a student-centered program designed to support academic and personal success. Students are referred into EARS by faculty and staff.
Faculty/Staff log into EARS when they have concerns about student’s academic/personal difficulties with learning; tutoring assistance; behaviors and attitudes that warrant intervention; success planning; attendance problems; and for campus and community resources.
Once the EARS referral is made, the student will receive an email that welcomes him or her to the EARS Program. This email informs the student that an instructor or staff has referred student into EARS and someone from the Student Success Team will soon be contacting him or her for appointment and to provide campus resources to assist them with their academic success.
It does not necessarily mean a student is failing. It does represent the faculty or staff’s concern about his or her progress and success in a class or semester.
No, it does not. It is a communication system to link students, faculty and staff to campus resources that can assist MCC students toward academic achievement.
Please contact EARS Program Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-461-7449.
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