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Academic Advising Center

Main Office
Building 39, Room 112 | phone 202.274.6899


Current students should go to myUDC for current information.

Early Alert Program (EAP)

The Early Alert Program (EAP) is an intervention program by which faculty can direct students to the Academic Advising Center or their prospective academic department when concerns of academic performance are observed. By identifying students in need, the prospective department can direct student to necessary academic support services.

This process ensures students are provided with needed systems of support that are crucial to: 

  • Improve student's skills
  • Increase academic motivation
  • Get student focused
  • Develop tools for success

Freshman and Sophomores benefit from intrusive academic advising by:

  • Having proactive advisor interactions
  • Student monitoring
  • Connection and utilization of campus services and programs

Juniors/Seniors benefit from intrusive academic advising by:

  • Being able to be actively monitored by academic advisors and major departments
  • Having major specific support services

If you have any questions about the EAP program feel free to contact Zabrina Velez, Academic Advisor at or call 202.274.6892