Office of Student Development and Student Support Services
The Division of Student Development and Student Support Services provides services,
programs, and activities that build on the college’s academic base. The vital departments of the Registrar, First-Year
Experience, Disability Student Services, as well as Student Support Services top the list of our departments staffed
by highly qualified staff and educators.
The Office of the Registrar is involved in every facet of a students' college experience including processing
grades, maintaining accurate demographic information, registration, commencement, and awarding of diplomas.
The Office of the Registrar is involved in every facet of a students' college experience including transcript
and grade processing, maintaining accurate demographic information, registration, enrollment verification,
commencement, and awarding of diplomas. This office also ensures student privacy in compliance with the Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, (FERPA).
Office of First-Year Experience for Emerging Scholars
The Office of the First-Year Experience (FYE) is a key resource for first-year students. Overseeing the First-Year Advising and New Student Orientation programs, FYE also works in cooperation with various offices to ensure that first-year students experience the advisement, opportunities, and support needed to for academic success.
Student Support Services
The Student Support Services (SSS) program provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements, tutoring and academic,
placement testing, assistance, and serves to motivate students towards the successful completion of their college education.
The Office of Student Disabilities Services
The Office of Student Disability Services provides support services for students who demonstrate a physical or learning challenge which affect their performance in the classroom setting.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) is a governing association, which sponsors and supports student activities and annual college events. The purpose of SGA is to be the voice of ALL students by connecting students to other students, faculty, staff, and administration in order to improve the quality of student life and strengthen the S-DC community.
For additional information, contact
Dr. Denise Boston-Moore.