Dalton State College currently has three reporting outlets for faculty, staff, and students to submit concerns to, in hopes of keeping the campus community safe.
The Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation Team, also known at CARE, at Dalton State College engages in proactive and collaborative approaches to identify, assess, and mitigate potential risks associated with members of the campus who exhibit concerning behaviors. By partnering with the campus community, the team strives to promote individual wellbeing and success while also prioritizing community safety.
Reporting to the CARE Teams plays a secondary role to all urgent circumstances and should be contacted only after initial emergency notifications are made.
Report a concern to the CARE Team here.
Student Conduct at Dalton State College strives to promote and maintain a campus environment that is conducive to both academic learning and holistic student development. Student Conduct is able to do so by enforcing the policies and procedures described in the Student Code of Conduct.
Report a Conduct Violation here.
Report Academic Dishonesty here.
ACADEMIC ALERT System:
An Academic Alert program is in place at Dalton State and certain courses have been selected to be the first phase of the alert system.
Faculty will submit academic alerts based on criteria that include excessive absences, poor grades, lack of homework and other related issues. Students exhibiting any of the following will receive an email about their academic performance with “next steps.” These alerts are to help the students recognize that they may need additional help or instruction to earn passing grades.
The courses that are currently a part of this system are all 1000 and 2000 level Math and Science courses as well as Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. All remaining classes will be added to the alert system Spring term 2017.