MAP-Works®, Making Achievement Possible, is a comprehensive student retention and success program designed for first- and second-year students.
All first-year students and returning first-year students complete a Transition Survey early in the semester to identify any issues that require immediate support and intervention.
The survey measures research-based factors, including academic and social integration to the campus, entering skills and abilities, and student expectations of the college experience.
Faculty and staff who instruct first-year courses can submit alerts and academic updates for any first and second-year students. The alert system allows faculty to communicate student issues with campus professionals who are designated as Direct Connects.
Examples of issues that can be reported include:
Please note: Only new freshmen are participating in MAP-Works.
Instructions: How to report an alert in MAP-Works
New users will need to create an account by selecting "Sign-up" on the MAP-Works login screen. Your UA e-mail address will be your Username
If you feel you have behavioral concerns that may negatively impact the campus learning environment or pose harm to the health, welfare and safety of oneself or members of our University community, those issues should be reported to the CARE Team and/or Student Judicial Affairs.
Executive Director of Student Initiatives