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Good afternoon!

Does anyone have any examples of letters they send to students who've been
identified as academically at risk students via midterm progress reporting
systems (ex. needing extra help, need to visit the academic support center,
need coaching, etc.)?

If so, I'd love to see some examples.

Thank you so much!

Loren

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Loren Kleinman, M.A., Director
Center for Academic Excellence
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