If you have a concern about a student, please let us know.
If you are concerned about anyone who is an undergraduate student at Hamline, please fill out our student referral form below.
You may refer someone to the Early Alert Committee for a variety of reasons. You may know of a friend who is consistently skipping meals and you're concerned about their health. Perhaps you know of someone who may be developing a substance abuse problem. Maybe you know a first year who is skipping many of their classes.
If you are a student, community member with out EAB access, or someone outside of the university, please complete this Early Alert form:
If you are a faculty or staff member of Hamline and have been trained in EAB, please use EAB to submit your early alert referral. Otherwise, please use the link above to submit your referral.
All submissions will be kept confidential. Based on the information you provide, a member of the Early Alert team will follow up with the student. Because of the confidential nature of the referral, the Early Alert Committee is unable to send updates on referrals made using the online submission form. At no time does a referral to the Early Alerts Committee affect a student’s official transcript or standing with any part of the university.
The Early Alert Committee is comprised of staff members from offices across the university. The group meets weekly to touch base regarding undergraduate students who may benefit from targeted outreach from a particular office. Represented offices include:
- Center for Academic Services
- CLA Deans Office
- Counseling & Health Services (ex-officio member, receive information only)
- Dean of Students Office
- Disability Services (ex-officio member, receive information only)
- Financial Aid
- Hedgeman Center
- Religious and Spiritual Life Office, Wesley Center
- Residential Life
- Sexualities and Gender Diversity (ex-officio member, receive information only)
- Student Accounts