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Record Form of Academic Counseling between Mentor and Underperforming Mentees” is available for online registration until June 28, 2024

Date of Publication:2024-05-13
The Mid-Term Student Learning Performance Evaluation (Early Warning) System will be closed on May 24, 2024. Students assessed as "Fail" or "Partial Fail" by course instructors will have their names gradually registered in the Student Affairs System under the "Mid-Term Early Warning" section.
We kindly request all mentors to log in to the "NCHU Portal > Single Sign On System > Student Affairs Information System > Mid-Term Early Warning" system to view the list of mentees and allocate time for academic counseling.
The midterm warning system is open for course instructors to register until May 24, 2024. Since the registration deadline has been extended beyond the open date for consultations, we kindly ask mentors to confirm the list again after May 24 to see if there are any changes.
The online registration deadline for the “Record Form of Academic Counseling between Mentor and Underperforming Mentees” is until June 28, 2024 (Fri.)  (For simplified operating instructions, please refer to the attached document).
The priority for academic counseling will be given to the following:
  1. Students with multiple warnings
  2. Students with assessment "Fail" plus "Partial Fail," reaching 1/2 (or 2/3) of the total credits.
  3. Students who have had one instance of academic failure of 1/2 (or 2/3) in the past (indicated by a "!" in the system under the "Previously Marked as 1/2 (or 2/3)"). Departments should urge mentors to conduct counseling sessions with these students to improve their academic performance. In the case where improvement is unlikely, there is a risk of withdrawal and the students’ parents should be contacted in such cases.
  1. If any students require tutorship after conducting academic counseling, mentors are requested to submit the "Individual Tutoring Service Application" by May 17, 2024 (Fri.) Please nominate second-year (or above) students with academic excellence and sense of duty to serve as tutors. (Please refer to the attached application instructions.) For more information, visit the latest news on the Center for Teaching and Learning Development webpage.
  2. If the subject you wish to apply for academic tutoring already has a Teaching Assistant (TA) providing instructional support, please prioritize the use of this assistance resource.
  3. For subjects such as Calculus, Economics, Statistics, General Physics, General Biology, etc., please consider using the Tutoring Service provided by the center in the Learning Commons (Library B1). (For information, visit the Facebook page).
If a student with one instance of academic failure of 1/2 (or 2/3) has shown significant improvement in their learning performance, the mentor may request to lift the tracking. Please complete the "Record Form of Lifting Tracking of Students with One Instance of Academic Failure of 1/2 (or 2/3)" (see the attachment below) and have both the “Mentor” and “Mentee” sign it. Submit the signed document to the department office by the end of the semester for further processing. The department office is requested to assist in compiling and submitting the records to the Center for Teaching and Learning Development (Administrative Building 2nd floor).
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