Instructors may provide feedback for an array of reasons. Your feedback might affirm that you are doing great work in your class. If so, wonderful! Keep working hard to be successful in the course.
Your feedback might also alert you to a concern your instructor has about your academic performance. Please be assured that your instructor has not submitted this feedback to scold you! It means that your instructor wants to make sure you know about any problems that exist so that you can correct them.
Often, your SER feedback will include suggestions on how you can improve your performance. For example, your feedback might say “Visit the Titan Success Center,” “Contact Academic Advisor” or “Visit Math Lab.” The Student Engagement Roster website, can help you locate information about how to follow up on these suggestions as well as how to take advantage of other resources on campus meant to aid you in achieving success.
You are highly encouraged to reach out to your professor if you have any questions regarding the feedback you received or about any actions you may need to take to maintain a satisfactory grade in the course.