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The Dean of Students is your advocate and resource to help maximize your success at Georgia College. The Dean of Students serves as an advocate for student needs and interests and offers students a place to bring questions or concerns.
The Dean of Students also provides support and guidance for students and families if a personal emergency occurs.
Faculty and staff colleagues also rely on the Office of the Dean of Students for questions and consultation regarding students of concern (CARE Team) and/or students who may have violated the Student Code of Conduct or the Honor Code.
Finally, the Dean of Students collaborates across all areas and constituents within the greater university community to enhance the student experience.
Please use this form to make a report to the CARE Team.
Reporting an Incident
Please use this form to report an incident on campus.
Hardship Withdraw Process
Here's what the Catalog says about requesting grades of "I" (Incomplete):
A grade of "I" indicates that a student was doing satisfactory work, but for non-academic reasons beyond the student’s control was unable to meet the full requirements of the course. An I grade must be satisfactorily removed during the next semester of enrollment or by the end of one calendar year if not enrolled, whichever comes first, or the symbol I will be changed to the grade of F.
An incomplete grade may only be assigned if:
- the student was doing satisfactory (passing) work at the time of the request, and
- the student was unable to meet the full requirements of the course due to non-academic reasons beyond the student's control
The process of assigning an incomplete grade will include the following:
- normally the student requests the incomplete grade from the instructor before the completion of the course, and
- the student and the instructor complete an incomplete grade agreement form approved by the instructor and the instructor's department chair and file the form with the Office of the Registrar.
Grade Appeal Process
To file a grade appeal, please refer to this document: