How the EIS Program Works:
1. The student is identified as needing intervention by a faculty, staff, student, or family member. The EIS Behavioral Clues List can assist in this determination.
2. Contact is made either by telephone contacting the EIS Office directly or sending a completed referral form to the EIS Coordinator, Howell-McDowell 302.
3. Once a student is identified as needing an intervention and referred to the Early Intervention System, an EIS facilitator is assigned to contact the student.
4. The facilitator meets with the students.
5. After meeting with the student, the facilitator sends a contact report back to EIS.
6. The EIS Coordinator will provide appropriate feedback to the referral source.