The Folsom Lake College Early Alert program exists to help you succeed. It is designed to identify students in need of support and inform them of resources available to aid their success.
For more information on Early Alert, please contact us:
Early Alert FAQ
Your instructor has noticed that you may need additional support to be successful in your class. The problem may be attendance, test scores, not turning in homework, English language or writing ability, or any number of possibilities.
Early Alert is a partnership between instructors, Student Services, and the student. It is the instructor’s voluntary decision to participate in Early Alert. Many students receive assistance in some form as a result of their instructor’s actions. But it is ultimately up to you to participate in this program.
No. This information is confidential and will not become part of your academic transcript. We maintain internal records to keep track of the services you use, so that we can analyze what services are most effective for students.
Receiving an Early Alert letter does not necessarily mean that you are failing. Get clarification from your instructor and find out where you stand. Can you make up assignments? Would it help you to receive tutoring? Are you in a course that is too difficult or easy?
- Speak to your instructor and let them know of your concerns.
- Seek tutoring services as necessary.
- Make a counseling appointment if you think that you are enrolled in the wrong class.
- Attend Early Alert workshops designed to help you become successful in college.
- Go to class – Attending classes regularly is essential. Your attendance shows your commitment to your education and your interest in learning the materials.
- Do your homework – Class assignments help you become more knowledgeable about the subject matter. In many cases, class assignments represent a big portion of your grade.
- Seek help – We offer many services that can help you become successful in class. Tutoring, counseling, financial aid, childcare, and other services are available.
- Read the class syllabus – Your syllabus is your class guide. It gives you an outline of what the class is about, including: class assignments, deadlines, tests, and attendance policy. It lets you know what your instructor expects of you.
- See a counselor regularly – There is nothing worse than signing up for the wrong class! Counselors are available to help you with your educational goals by guiding you through the process of selecting the right classes for you.
- Have fun! – Nobody said college is easy, but it can definitely be a lot of fun. ASFLC at Folsom Lake College creates opportunities for students to socialize, hear local bands, join clubs, and more.
- Be involved – Studies have shown that students who are more involved in campus life are more likely to succeed.
- Contact Your Counselor
- Preparing for Your Counseling Appointment
- Make an Educational Plan
- Graduating from FLC
- Transferring to a 4-Year Institution
- Order Transcripts
- Academic Probation and Dismissal
- Alternative Credit Options
- Distance Counseling
- Student-Athlete Counseling
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