Aviso Engage is a program that helps you stay in college by automatically alerting you for low midterm grades or accumulated absences, by providing an easy place to access college resources, and by allowing you to see midterm grades and attendance stats for all of your classes in one place.
Notifications from Aviso as well as communication from your advisor and instructors will come through your FalconMail account.
Access Aviso Engage through the link at the top of the East Central College website or through http://eastcentral.avisoapp.com. Use your East Central College username and password.
When you log in, you will see this screen that shows your advisor and another member of your personal success team. You will also see messages, resources, and tasks that have been shared with you.
Profile: You can see your contact information on file, your advisor, your current overall GPA and program of study.
Course Tab: You can see each of your courses with the number of absences and your midterm grade.
Transcript Tab: You can see an unofficial transcript.
You may also receive achievement notifications when you have strong midterm grades and a successful semester. If you receive one of these, keep up the good work and stay motivated!
If you get an attendance, grade alert, or an email about your course performance, know that you are getting this information early. It is hard to admit that things aren’t going well, but now is the time to act, so your semester is successful. The faculty and staff at East Central College care about your success and are there to support you.
Actions you should take:
- Talk to your instructor about the problem as soon as possible to get recommendations about how to improve in the course.
- Seek help from the many academic support services available to all students. These services are available FREE of charge at both the Union and Rolla campuses. These services include:
- After hours online tutoring
- Access Services
- Career Services
- Academic coaching
- Financial Aid
- Respond in a timely manner to emails from faculty, advisors, and your success coach. Strongly consider any recommendations of support that are given to you.
- Make changes to get rid of the barriers to your success. Your support network on campus is here to help you figure out what the barriers are and help you come up with a plan.
- Continue to go to class. Do not drop without talking to your advisor to determine how it can affect your graduation plan or financial aid.