Appendix C-23: Student Retention and Academic Success Risk Analysis Profile
Major Departmental Tasks:
Student Retention and Academic Success is a part of the Department of Student Affairs and monitors university-wide student retention efforts: early intervention, parent programming, and mentoring and provides services to students with disabilities.
• Support parent programming
• Manage academic early alert systems
• Provide mentoring services to students on the Victoria campus
• Provide disability services to qualified students
Tasks Considered Important (by end of first week):
1. Communicate with parents about already scheduled event.
2. Communicate with disabled students who are receiving accommodations
Tasks Considered Less Important (within 30 days):
1. Resume scheduling of events
2. Resume mentoring
3. Resume early alert activities
4. Work with students and faculty to make appropriate accommodations for students under ADA
Minimal Emergency Personnel:
• Director of Student Retention and Academic Success
Minimal Emergency Equipment Needs:
• Access to computer with network access
General Impact Statement:
The support offered by Student Retention and Academic Success would be minimally affected by a business interruption. The most critical task is ensuring appropriate accommodations are not interrupted for students who have qualified for them. The other important task is contacting parents about already-scheduled events.