The purpose of the Coker College Early Alert Reporting System (EARS) is to provide an opportunity for the Coker Community to alert College officials of students who may be experiencing difficulties. Traditional types of referrals might include, but are not limited to, the following:
1. class attendance issues
2. poor / failing grades
3. time management / study skills / lack of direction/motivation
4. financial difficulty / hardships
5. family / personal problems affecting performance in or out of the classroom
This information will be used to generate a Student Intervention Team report. Once received, you will receive a confirmation e-mail, and a member of the Student Intervention Team will follow up with the student in 24-72 hours of your referral. Due to student privacy laws, Coker College may not be able to share specific information about your referral with you. If you have questions about EARS or the Student Intervention Team, please contact Dr. Jason Umfress, Dean of Students, at email@example.com or 843-383-8035.
If this is an emergency and you feel the student is a threat to themselves or others, please call Coker College Campus Safety at 843-383-8140 immediately.