Faculty know their students in unique ways, and have strong indicators about when a student needs additional support. The following are a few examples of when it might be a good idea to refer a student to the Center for Academic Support.
1.) A student has significant struggles with writing.
2.) A student is clearly struggling with retaining information learned in classes in which they were present.
3.) A student seems unorganized or unable to manage time, and it clearly impacts learning.
4.) A student shares that he/she has a disability and is indicating he/she would like additional supports, but does not have an accommodation certificate. Please refer them to CAS. Note: however, if a student has a noticeable physical difference, it is often unnecessary to refer to CAS (example being a student wears hearing aids or has a prosthetic limb, meets technical standards, and has not indicated any accommodation needs).
5.) A student indicates that they are not good with numbers, reading comprehension, or anything specific to the content in your course.