Midterm reporting is a visual way to identify a student’s progress mid-way through the term. Reporting is completed for each course at Alexander College and is a form of academic feedback.
The feedback provided during midterm reporting is based off your work in the term so far and is not the same as a midterm exam.
Instructors will review your grades, attendance, and participation in the term so far. Based on your progress, they will assign you either a green, yellow, or red status. This will appear in your MyAC student account. Courses will appear highlighted green, yellow or red.
Green: If you receive a green for your course, no further action is required.
Yellow: If you receive a yellow, your instructor has identified that you are currently at-risk of failing this course. It’s recommended to speak with your instructor for more details.
Red: If you receive a red, your instructor has identified that you are failing this course. It’s recommended to speak with your instructor for more details.
To help you improve your performance in a specific course, we strongly recommend you schedule an appointment with your instructor for information on how you can improve your work.
Using the Midterm Reporting – Student Services Referral Form your instructor can review your progress thus far and provide specific feedback. Students should bring this form to various student affairs departments if an appointment is recommended.