Navigate is an academic support system run through the CAE. Navigate serves as an Early Alert system for freshmen, student athletes, and students who may need additional support. It also is our tutoring management center.
Tutoring appointments are scheduled and monitored through Navigate.
Frequently Asked Questions
Navigate monitors students who may need additional support during a semester. This includes all freshmen, student athletes, and students who have been placed on academic probation. By monitoring these students through Navigate, we are ensuring that students are supported by a network of caring professionals who are alerted if a student may need academic help.
If you were marked at risk, that faculty member is concerned that you are struggling in that class. Being marked at risk does not mean that you will fail the class, but that there is a possibility of this happening. If you have questions about this, contact the faculty member. This report's purpose is to alert you early if there is a problem, and allows you time to remedy the situation so you can be successful in the class.
If you are marked at risk and have questions, talk with your professor. Your professor fills out the report, and will be able to clear up confusion. Read the comments, many professors will give insight to steps that should be taken to be successful in the class; take time to read and follow the suggested steps. Get tutoring-it’s free. If you are being marked at risk, come to the CAE and talk with a Student Success Specialist, or meet with a tutor. Both of these resources can increase your likeliness of finishing the semester successfully.
Navigate reports are confidential. A student may request to access their own Navigate requests, and are notified through email if they are marked at risk. Other than the student, only UMHB employees with an academic interest can access a student’s Navigate information. These employees include, deans, advisors, CAE staff, and coaches.
Visit UMHB’s Navigate website. Each student and faculty member can have access to Navigate, but not everyone has been given access. If you would like access to Navigate, please email the CAE and they can grant you immediate access to your information.
Advisors can reap great benefits from Navigate. Contact Katie Bonner to receive a powerpoint presentation that can walk you through the features of Navigate.
Katie Bonner is the system administrator for UMHB’s Navigate system. Please feel free to call or email Katie if you experience Navigate issues.
Location: Mabee Student Success Center • Second Floor
Address: 900 College Street, Box 8426 • Belton, TX 76513
Office Hours: M-F • 8am-5pm (Summer: 8 am - 4 pm)
firstname.lastname@example.org • Phone: (254) 295-4475
Page last updated January 28, 2021