Darton State College Catalog 2014-2015 - page 46

diagnosis and recommendations. Information provided to the Disability Services Office
is strictly confidential and will remain separate from application materials.
b. Complete the voluntary self-disclosure form that will be sent with the letter of acceptance
and the release of information form.
c. Contact the Disability Services Office before taking the COMPASS placement exam, if
seeking accommodations.
d. Work through the Coordinator of Disability Services to arrange any special academic or
scheduling accommodations that may be required.
Students need to be aware that rules of conduct and attendance policies apply to all
Students regardless of disabilities.
The Testing Center is located in G-101, next to the Library.
Testing Services:
The Testing Center schedules and administers the COMPASS
Admissions and Placement Tests, the Residual ACT, CLEP tests, VUE certification tests,
tests for Distance Learning and other ability and achievement tests that require a testing
supervisor. Information is available under Testing on Darton’s web site. Students should
check with the Testing Center for applicable fees.
The College believes that its relationship with its students should not cease when the
student terminates enrollment. An Alumni Association is the vehicle by which the student
and the College maintain this continuing relationship. A complete list of services and
benefits available through the Alumni Association may be obtained by contacting the Office
of Development.
Beginning Fall, 2009 Darton State College has on-campus residential living.
The Vice President for Student Affairs maintains a
listing of private housing that is also available to students.
Students of Darton State College are expected to be mature and responsible citizens at
all times and in all places. Conduct regulations are discussed in detail in the Student
The College Health Clinic is located in C-143. Currently, student residents in student
housing, student athletes, and international students pay a fee per semester for Student
Health Services. Other Students may opt to pay the per-semester fee or may pay per visit
for services provided. For any serious accident or illness, Emergency Medical Services
(EMS) may be reached at 911.
Limited mental health services are available from the Student Affairs Division. Students
who require more extensive treatment will receive referrals to external resources.
The Peer Tutoring Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center, C-221. It
is open from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday or in the library after hours.
The Peer Tutoring Center provides free tutoring to Darton students in most areas of study.
Students are encouraged to contact the Tutoring Center Coordinator in C-227 as soon as
they recognize a problem with their course work. The Tutoring Center offers appropriate
support and referrals, academic help, and mentoring. The goal of the Peer Tutoring Center
is to help students become independent learners.
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