Resources for Marginalized Dalton State College Students: Get Help
About this guide
About Thanks, Bart
This guide seeks to be nonpartisan and focuses on student safety, wellbeing, and social justice. Many resources are intended for everyone regardless of their political affiliation.
If you have feedback about this guide, please contact: Betsy Whitley email@example.com
Thanks to Heidi Johnson at the UNLV Libraries and her permission to borrow her work.
Additional Sources of Assistance
If you are not in immediate danger, additional resources for getting help are listed below.
If you or someone else are in immediate danger or would like to report a crime, please contact Dalton State Public Safety.
Emergency Police Services
911 (Dalton Police Department) or
706-272-4461 (Dalton State Public Safety)
Non-Emergency Police Services
706-278-9085 (Dalton Police Department) or
706-272-4461(Dalton State Public Safety)
1-877-516-3426 (Dalton State Public Safety hotline) toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Voice your concerns, and remain anonymous if you prefer. This service allows you to anonymously send additional information, if available, and also receive feedback or questions to your report via a report number and PIN.
If you are not in immediate danger, additional resources for getting help are listed on this page.
All of the programs, activities, and organizations of Dalton State College are open for the participation of all employees and all individuals enrolled as students. Admissions policies, activities, services, and facilities of Dalton State College do not exclude any person on the basis of race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, or disability. Dalton State College is an Affirmative Action Program Institution.
REPORT HATE & DISCRIMINATION
Resources and forms for reporting any form of harassment, discrimination, or abuse that you experience or witness.