Building off of the success of our Early Alert process and at the request of faculty, we will begin to offer Yearlong Alerts for any faculty or staff concerned about a student.

Why Yearlong Alerts?

While we already have an established system through Student Affairs (SCAN) for students of concern, the Yearlong Alert process is in response to faculty requests for a yearlong option that is based on academic reasons. These reasons could include that the student disappeared, stopped doing work, is unprepared for the coursework or other reasons. Items that would go to SCAN would be related to behavioral, emotional, mental and physical concerns (e.g. homelessness, long term illness, food insecurity).

Yearlong Alert Submissions

We now offer yearlong alert submissions. All submissions will create a case that will go to the student’s academic advisor who will then do any necessary follow up. Anyone can submit an alert on a student through Navigate, this includes full-time faculty, adjunct faculty, and staff.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Go to the Faculty/Staff page of

  2. Find the Online Resources section and click on NHTI Navigate. Enter your Easy Login credentials to sign in. 

    You will be instantly directed to your Navigate home page.

  3. On the right-hand side, you will see options. Click on Issue an Alert.

  4. Find the student’s name using the search engine. You will not need to know the students ID# unless it’s a common name.

  5. Enter the information requested. If it’s related to a class, any class that the student is currently enrolled in will appear in the drop-down menu.

  6. Select one of the reasons listed for the alert or select Other and use the open text box to provide any important information.

  7. Click Submit.