The Office of Student Conduct at Florence-Darlington Technical College is a resource for students, faculty, and staff to uphold College standards, educate the campus on the importance of social responsibility, and partner with campus security. The Student Code of Conduct was designed for Colleges and Universities to reflect our campus values of Integrity, Community, Respect, and Responsibility. The college expects all students to share these values and hold each other accountable for maintaining a place of learning and growth free from disruption, discrimination, and disrespect.
Ms. Genell Gause
Registrar/Student Conduct Office
ADA Student Disablilty Services- Complaints
Ms. Rhonda Tuten, Student Disability Specialist,
Reporting Incidents and Discrimination Complaints
Any individual may report an alleged violation of the Student Code of Conduct, and the Office of Student Conduct will conduct a follow-up investigation. Faculty, Students and Staff members are encouraged to use the Maxient Online Incident Reporting Form. A student with a complaint about alleged discrimination on the basis of age, gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, marital status, veteran status, disability or pregnancy, submit all Complaints through the Maxient Onlne Reporting Form.
Anonymous reporting of incidents is allowed but discouraged, because it limits the ability of the office to gather further information and adequately address the issue. Every effort will be made to protect confidentiality of witnesses, where possible, particularly where a safety concern exists. Individuals who may be involved in incidents of misconduct are encouraged to report that behavior
Academic integrity is the central concept to academic success. FDTC does not tolerate academic misconduct in any form, and the Student Code of Conduct process is used to educate students who violate this policy. Academic misconduct comes in two major forms: intentional and unintentional. Unintentional misconduct may occur due to a lack of familiarity with citation rules, misunderstanding course requirements or assignment instructions, or lack of preparation. It is important to note that any form of academic misconduct, whether intentional or unintentional, is a violation of the Student Code of Conduct. Academic integrity violations may impact future academic opportunities, including transfer to other higher education institutions, entrance to programs, leadership opportunities, etc, particularly if a pattern of misconduct is found.
Contact Persons Below
Dr. Marc David
Associate Vice President of Arts & Science
Ms. Debi McCandrew
Associate Vice President Math and Technical Education
Dr. Dan Averette
Associate Vice President of Health Science
Ms. Patty Bostick-Taylor
Associate Vice President of Arts & Sciences