Please visit the employee intranet to get information about submitting STAR reports, connecting students with campus resources, STAR professional development opportunities, providing feedback about STAR, and using the online student profile (OSP). STAR professional development sessions must be completed by all part-time and full-time faculty every two years just like attendance training.
Faculty submit STAR reports through the online student profile at success.cpcc.edu or in MyCollege under Online Student Profile Tools. The feedback you can provide is broken up into three options: Positive, Neutral, and Negative. Under Positive
you can select Progress is currently satisfactory or Progress exceeds standards. Under Neutral you can select Never Attended/Withdrew/Stopped Attending. Under Negative you can select Excessive Tardiness or Absenteeism, Low or Failing Grades, Missing Assignments, Lack of Participation. There is an optional comment box. Students do not see the positive, negative, and neutral categories, but only see the feedback options (e.g. missing assignments, progress currently satisfactory, etc.). You can view previous reports you set to your students by clicking on the STAR Updates tab in the online student profile. Students can only see their reports in their Central Piedmont student email - they do not see their STAR reports in the online student profile. You can help explain STAR to your students by adding an announcement to Blackboard when you submit the reports telling them to look for their reports in their Central Piedmont email.To help students with unsatisfactory behaviors, refer them to campus resources.
In the online student profile, instructors, advisors, and counselors can view a student's current enrollments, view a student's personality type and learning style assessment results, log visits with a student, and view a student's previous visits with instructors and counselors. Under the Referral option, you can refer students to counseling, career exploration, tutoring, information literacy support, help from the multimedia lab, or assistance addressing non-academic critical needs.