Drop/Withdrawal (Fall 2019):

WITHDRAWAL FROM THE COURSE: The last day to drop this class without penalty is Friday, October 18, 2019. You will be assigned a grade of W. After this date, withdrawal without penalty is permitted only in cases of extreme hardship as determined by the Vice President for Academic Affairs; otherwise a grade of WF will be issued. The proper form for withdrawing from all classes at the college after the official drop/add period but before the published withdrawal date is the Schedule Adjustment Form. Students who are assigned to the Academic Advising Center for advisement must meet with an advisor or staff member at the Academic Advising Center (107 Liberal Arts Building) to initiate the withdrawal process. All other students must meet with a staff member or advisor at the Office of Academic Resources in the Pope Student Center to initiate the withdrawal process. After meeting with the staff member or advisor, all students will then finalize the withdrawal process in the Financial Aid Office. Students who fail to complete the official drop/withdrawal procedure will receive the grade of F. Withdrawal from class is a student responsibility. The grade of W counts as hours attempted for the purposes of financial aid.


The following statements are important to anyone with disabilities and/or working on campus.  

Disability Support Services Statement

Students with disabilities or special needs are encouraged to contact the Disability Access office.  In order to make an appointment or to obtain information on the process for qualifying for accommodations, the student should visit the Disability Access Library Guide at http://libguides.daltonstate.edu/c.php?g=24716&p=149663 or contact the Disability Access office. 

Contact information:     Andrea Roberson, Associate Director of Disability Access and Student Support Services
                                       Pope Student Center, upper level

Workforce Innovations Opportunity Act

Questions regarding students receiving financial assistance through the Workforce Innovations Opportunities Act should be directed to 706-295-6840.

Academic Dishonesty:

Cheating and plagiarism are a part of the Dalton State Code of Student Conduct, which can be found in its most updated form at http://daltoncampuslife.com/student-conduct/. ANY assistance provided or given in any way toward work in a class constitutes cheating, unless such behavior is authorized by your instructor. Additionally, any use of the ideas or words of others should be noted, or this will constitute plagiarism. For more details on what Dalton State considers to be Academic Dishonesty, please review the Code of Student Conduct. Instructors will assign grades based on classroom
performance. Additional sanctions may be provided as a learning experience from the Student Conduct process.

Classroom Behavior:

Dalton State is committed to respect via the Roadrunner Respect pledge. To learnmore, please visit http://daltoncampuslife.com/roadrunner-respect/.

“I pledge to show my fellow Roadrunner students, faculty, staff, and administration respect by treating others the way they want to be treated and by thinking about others first before making decisions that might affect them.”

Title IX Information 4.1.7 Student Sexual Misconduct Policy (Last Modified on August 9, 2017)

In accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), the University System of Georgia (USG) does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any of its education programs or activities or in employment. The USG is committed to ensuring a safe learning and working environment for all members of the USG community. To that end, this Policy prohibits sexual misconduct, as defined herein.

In order to reduce incidents of sexual misconduct, USG institutions are required to provide prevention tools and to conduct ongoing awareness and prevention programming and training for the campus community. Such programs will promote positive and healthy behaviors and educate the campus community on consent, sexual assault, alcohol use, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, bystander intervention, and reporting.

When sexual misconduct does occur, all members of the USG community are strongly encouraged to report it promptly through the procedures outlined in this Policy. The purpose of this Policy is to ensure uniformity throughout the USG in reporting and addressing sexual misconduct.

How to Report

Please note that although you have the option to make a report anonymous, doing so may limit the College’s options for response.

Call 911 if you are in an emergency situation

If you would like to report to a Police Agency:
Dalton State Public Safety
Health Professions Building- Upper Level
Online Sexual Assault Report

If you would like to report to Dalton State Administration:
DSC Online Reporting Form

Title IX Coordinator: Lori McCarty, Director of Human Resources, Phone: 706-272-2034, Email: lmccarty@daltonstate.edu

Deputy Title IX Coordinator: Bobby Whitehead, Assistant Director for Student Conduct, Phone: 706-272-2999, Email: bwhitehead@daltonstate.edu

If you would like to talk with someone confidentially:

The Counseling Center
Health Professions 266 (Inside Health Center)
Phone: 706-272-4430