Student Success Portal Spring Progress Survey Launches Jan. 26

Jan. 22, 2018

Student Success Portal Spring Progress Survey Launch Jan. 26

On Friday, Jan. 26, the Early Term Progress Survey for all U.S. on-ground and online undergraduate courses, will launch from the Student Success Portal. Graduate courses offered on-ground in the St. Louis-area will also be surveyed. Progress surveys are available for faculty to complete during a 10-day window, and will close on Monday, Feb. 5.

Progress Surveys make reporting the academic progress of students easy and efficient by allowing faculty members to raise early alerts (Flags) for items. 

The Early Term Progress Survey includes the following items: 

  • No Feedback (Default) 
  • Attendance Concern (Flag) 
  • Low Participation (Flag) 
  • General Concern (Flag) 
  • Poor/Missing/Incomplete Assignments (Flag) 
  • Keep up the Good Work (Kudos) 

In addition to receiving an email with the survey link, the surveys are also accessible to faculty on the Home page of the Student Success Portal, and each survey will only take a few minutes to complete. Please submit the survey(s) even if you have no feedback. 

Once surveys are submitted, flags raised will be routed to appropriate Webster personnel (often the assigned advisor) who will help students with the issues raised by the flags, closing the loop on the concern raised. 

More information, including a detailed Progress Survey FAQ section, can be found at webster.edu/success. A two-minute video on how to complete a Progress Survey is also available.  

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