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All the essential resources you need, in one place

Whether you need more information about classes, want to know about volunteer opportunities, or find your place in a variety of student organizations, we have you covered. Below, you’ll find helpful resources to get you started.

Future Roadrunners

New to Dalton State? Get plugged into our recreation facility, find your place in a variety of student organizations, or enhance your resume with volunteer opportunities. Dalton State is big enough to offer a diverse range of academic degrees and campus activities, but small enough to have engaging classes and a tight-knit, supportive community.

Adult Learners

Dalton State welcomes adult learners who want to continue their education or pursue college for the first time. We understand adult learners have different needs than students enrolling in college right after high school. Click the button below to find the information and resources to get you started.


Veteran Benefits and Veteran Dependent Benefits are available to qualified veterans and children of deceased or 100% disabled veterans.

Open Enrollment

If you are currently an 11th or 12th grade student and wish to take college courses, our Dual Enrollment program might be the right option for you. Completed courses would apply toward both high school and college credit. Learn more about the admission requirements by clicking the button below.

Current Roadrunners

If you’re currently enrolled at Dalton State, we’ve compiled a list of helpful resources to make sure you have all the information and tools you need to succeed in your academic journey. From campus services to student support, discover resources for current Roadrunners.

Parents & Guardians

Find contact information for specific faculty members, office, or department and other important resource links.


Society ’63, the Dalton State Alumni Association, is a community for Roadrunners to remain connected to our college and enrich the lives of each other.

La Comunidad

As a Hispanic-Serving Institution, Dalton State has four Latino organizations for students and a dedicated program for parents, Las Familias Unidas.

We’re here to support

If you need further information about campus services and student support, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.