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The mission of student conduct is to investigate possible violations of the Student Code of Conduct and provide student development through intentional educational activities aimed to encourage responsible citizenship, educate about how choices can harm oneself, others, or the community, and reduce violations of campus policies. The student conduct processes strives to provide fair proceedings and equitable outcomes that ultimately educate students, faculty, and staff involved and to enhance ethical development. Student conduct relies on a collaborative effort between students, faculty, staff, and community members to create the best learning environment for the entire campus community, as well as, to protect the rights, health, and safety of the entire campus community.
Student Conduct Overview
Student Conduct at Dalton State, located in the Dean of Students Office, investigates possible violations of the Student Code of Conduct, strives to encourage the best learning environment on campus, and assists in protecting the rights, health, and safety of the campus community
Student Conduct strives to provide students fair proceedings and equitable outcomes that educate students involved in the process. Student development is encouraged through the student conduct process and through campus activities to encourage responsible citizenship and reduce violations of campus regulations.
Keeping a productive and safe learning environment on campus is a collaborative effort between students, faculty, staff, and visitors. We ask that everyone at Dalton State lives with the Roadrunner Respect in mind.
Roadrunner Respect means showing your fellow Roadrunner students, faculty, staff, and visitors respect by treating others the way they want to be treated and by thinking about others first, before making decisions that may affect them.