Services for Special Student Populations
Calhoun Community College has established a central office to coordinate services pertaining to special populations of students. It includes the umbrella of minority student affairs, displaced homemakers, single parents, first-generation college students, Hispanics, Native Americans, Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders, international, students with disabilities, veterans, and others desiring individualized assistance.
Services provided are general and academic advising, off-and on-campus resources, book and auxiliary small equipment loan programs for those seeking technical certificate or degrees, as well as other college services designed to enhance the success rate of those at-risk of dropping out of school.
The program is located at the Decatur Campus on the second floor of the Chasteen Student Center right across from the Financial Aid Office. Our Huntsville Office is open by appointment only and is located past the Student Center at the end of the hall by the front doors in room 313.
Links to program forms:
Dr. Kermit Carter, Dean of Student Affairs/504 Compliance Officer
Mrs. Dawn M. Hale
Ms. Sue Caton, Secretary