Richland will be closed on Fridays during the summer semester.
Success.net is a referral and remediation program that allows instrutors to identify and advise students who may be having academic difficulities. Reasonable causes for poor academic performance include:
Faculty, through regular contact with students, are the first to see the results of these problems which manifest themselves through low test and quiz scores, failure to turn in assignments, poor class attendance, poor class participation, poor reading or writing ability, or any other number of possibilities. The purpose of Success.net is to inform the student of serious academic problems early in the semester so that support systems can be sought out and implemented. This could include tutoring, study groups, PASSport workshops, a counseling appointment, a referral to Learning Accommodation Services for assessment, or a library tour, and development of individual success strategies with the Director of Student Success.
It is the instructor’s choice whether or not to participate in Success.net. Success.net is designed to provide extra support services to students identified by their instructor as needing additional help. Success.net is one way that instructors can demonstrate their involvement in improving student retention.
Instructors wishing to refer students to Success.net should fill out a referral form for each student being referred. The referral form is located on the Faculty tab of myRichland. Information should be filled outas completely as possbile. Please use the Recommendation and Comment section on the referral form to answer such questions such as:
The student will always be encouraged to meet with their instructor. This is a good opportunity to get acquainted with the instructor and to help the student resolve any concerns that have been identified.