Early Alert

The Early Alert System can only be accessed by faculty and advisors through Success Hub.

If this concern is regarding a Title IX issue or if a student is an immediate threat to themselves or the safety of others, please call the following offices:

Title IX Office at 435-586-1911

Counseling and Psychological Services Office at 435-865-8621

or the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Submitting an Alert

To submit an alert, faculty will take the following steps:

  1. Log into your mySUU Portal.
  2. Click on "Class Lists and Photo Rosters" on the left hand side under the "Apps" section.
  3. Select the proper class.
  4. Click on "Submit an Alert" next to the student's profile and follow the prompts.

Procedures to Follow

  • Select an alert reason and include a comment with as much information about the alert as possible
  • You will receive a confirmation email when your alert has been submitted
  • Once submitted someone on our Early Alert Response Team will claim the alert and reach out to the student within 1-3 business days.
  • Please understand that due to FERPA or per the student's request, our team may be be providing/relaying detail on what they have learned about the students situation. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Rachel Brindley at rachelbrindley@suu.edu.


As soon as you notice your student could use some additional support.

Early Alerts are meant for Campus Group Leaders/Faculty/Staff.

Academic Concerns, Attendance Concerns, and Health and Wellness Concerns.