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  Academic Alert

An academic alert is issued when a student may be at risk in the classroom due to their academic performance or attendance. Once an alert is submitted, the student, faculty/professional advisor and instructor are notified to bring awareness to the student’s progress in their semester. The professional advisor makes three attempts to contact the student to assist them with the resources that are available to help them succeed. Once all attempts have been made to reach the student the professional advisor follows-up with the instructor who submitted the academic alert.

Report An Incident

 The University of the Incarnate Word provides all students, faculty, staff, administrators, and San Antonio community members the ability to bring their concerns and observations to the attention of university officials. To report a student conduct, gender/sex discrimination, general complaint, administrative department complaint or behavioral intervention click on this link. 

Student Forms

Orientation RSVP

All  freshmen, transfer and re-admit students must attend an Orientation hosted by the University Advising Center. Please click the link  to view our welcome video and RSVP for orientation.

Student Athlete Advising Form

This form is used by active student athletes to register for classes.  During Advising Period, student athletes will fill out the Advising Form with their Faculty Advisor and will return the completed form to their Athletics Academic Advisor prior to Registration Day.

Student Schedule Planner

This template is available to help students visualize their schedule for the semester.

 

2016-2017 Advising Syllabus

The advising syllabus lays out the nature and purpose of academic advising at UIW. The syllabus defines the advisor-student relationship and establishes expectations for the advisor and student. It outlines student learning outcomes throughout the advising experience. It also includes resources and important policies and dates. Finally, the syllabus provides you with an advising guide which allows you to track your progress as you successfully move through each academic year.

Academic Change Form

Complete this form to change/add a major, concentration, minor, or advisor. Please turn in the completed form to the University Advising Center to get processed.

Proxy Access

While not required, University of the Incarnate Word students can give others permission to access information about their Business Office bill, Financial Aid and Class Registration in Banner Self-Service. This is called granting "proxy access", and those given permission are referred to as a "proxy."

Students commonly grant parents, guardians, or spouses proxy access to their personal information. But multiple proxies can also be set up, each with different access to do different information.

Degree Evaluation

For students who enrolled at UIW  Fall 2013 or later:

Degree Works is a web based tool to help students and advisors monitor student's progress toward degree completion. Degree Works combines UIW’s degree requirements and the coursework you have completed in an easy‐to‐read worksheet that helps you see how courses that you have completed count toward degree requirements, as well as what courses and requirements you still need to complete.

For students who enrolled at UIW prior to Fall 2013:

The CAPP program in bannerweb allows students to perform their own degree evaluation. You can also perform a "What if" analysis to see what your progress would be with a different major of your choice

 

Online Course Enrollment Request Form

 

International Students: You must complete the Online Course Enrollment Request Form in order to register for a main campus online course. Enrollment must be verified by your academic advisor and then approved by the International Student & Scholar Services before you are authorized to enroll.

Report An Incident

 The University of the Incarnate Word provides all students, faculty, staff, administrators, and San Antonio community members the ability to bring their concerns and observations to the attention of university officials. To report a student conduct, gender/sex discrimination, general complaint, administrative department complaint or behavioral intervention click on this link.