Students at DAU are expected to meet the highest standards of personal, ethical, and moral conduct. These standards require personal integrity and honesty. The discovery, advancement, and communication of knowledge will be achieved only with a commitment to these standards.
DAU Directive 704, Student Academic and Administrative Polices addresses student Standards of Conduct as well as a variety of other academic and administrative policies and procedures associated with students attending courses at or through DAU. Specifically this directive covers:
Student Standards of Conduct
Violations of the Standards of Conduct
Course Enrollment, Extensions, and Walk-ins
Disenrollment, Dropping a Course, and Wait Lists
Prerequisite/Pre-course Work, Course Work Requirements and Hours
Student Assessment and Evaluation
Student Attrition Codes
Accommodating Students with Disabilities
Transferring Students Between Career Fields (Programs) and from Other Institutions
Test Reset Policy and Procedures
Student Transcripts, Records Retention, and Disclosure of Student Academic Records (Privacy)
Student Inquiries, Complaint/Grievance Procedures
You can review DAU Directive 704 in its entirety at the below link or the individual attachments at the above links.
In addition to DAU Directive 704, the President, DAU has issued the following policies applicable to students:
Additional links of interest
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ACE Recommended Credits
Continuous Education Units (CEU)
Severe Weather/ Operational Status
Students and Overtime
DAU encourages students who have an issue or concern with the learning environment to discuss it with their instructor. Students who feel their issue is not resolved satisfactorily may go to the department chair/site manager or Regional Associate Dean for Academics. If you feel that your concern needs to be addressed further, please contact the DAU Center for Scheduling and Student Support at toll free 866-568-6924 option 1 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students may also contact DAU accrediting body the Council on Occupational Education (COE) at 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350, 770-396-3898 if their issue is not properly addressed within DAU.