Dean of Students
Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Students
334-347-2623 ext. 2235
The Dean of Students Office is here for you! We are so excited that you chose to join the ESCC family, and we are ready to assist you in any way that we can as you strive towards your goal of graduation.
During your time here at Enterprise State, please call on my office to assist you as you navigate your college journey. The Dean of Students Office is committed to promoting and establishing an environment that is conducive to the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social well-being of students. Should you encounter a hurdle or just need to be pointed in the right direction, each of us in the Student Services Division stands ready to lend a helping hand. We are always just a call, click, or visit away.
Please feel free to call on me and my staff should you ever need us. Lastly, welcome to Enterprise State Community College! Go Weevils!
Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students serves a central role in student learning and development at Enterprise State.
A complete listing of our Student Clubs/Organizations and all relevant information can be found here.
Students who wish to organize a new or existing Student Club/Organization must first complete an application. An application must be approved by the Dean of Students and President. Upon approval, the Student Club/Organization will be entitled to meet, hold events and activities, participate in College-sponsored events, and otherwise operate as an official entity of ESCC.
In order to be a Club/Organization,
The primary advisor must be an employee of ESCC.
There must be at least five (5) current ESCC students, including club officers, listed on the organization roster with student identification numbers.
After submitting an application, the listed advisor will be contacted to verify sponsorship and for additional information.
Interested in joining a Club/Organization?
Complete this form and the club sponsor will contact you.
If you are concerned about a fellow student or a student in your class, please complete the Crisis Intervention Form. You can also complete this form if you’d like to receive assistance or a care check for yourself.
All of our academic policies can be found in the College Catalog and Student Handbook.
Please follow the process below for any academic complaints or concerns.
- Communicate directly with your instructor.
- If a resolution is not reached through Step 1, communicate with the appropriate division chair.
- If a resolution is not reached through Steps 1 and 2, communicate with the Dean of Instruction at 334-347-2623 ext. 2241.
|English, Communications, & Foreign Languages
|Mathematics & Natural Sciences
Amy Phillips, RN, MSN
|Business & Computer Sciences
Dr. Ken Thomas
The Official Complaint Form is to be used by those who have been unable to satisfactorily resolve conflicts with staff, students, or others on campus. Before submitting an official complaint, please make sure to follow the process below. Depending on the nature of your complaint, the complaint may be forwarded to a different department if it does not fall under the purview of the Dean of Students.
A student with a complaint against a student or staff member should first discuss the problem with the individual directly related to the complaint to attempt to resolve the problem.
If the incident is not resolved in step 1, report the complaint to the Director responsible for the area (i.e. Admissions, Business Office, etc.) in which the grievance occurred. Students with complaints against other students, please skip to step 3.
If a resolution is not reached through step 2 and you wish to file a formal complaint, please do so by completing the Official Complaint Form (Form A). This form can also be found in the Dean of Students’ office in the Lurleen B. Wallace Student Center on the Enterprise Campus.
If you have been notified of a complaint filed against you and you would like to dispute the allegations, complete the Official Defense Form.
If you would like to appeal a disciplinary decision, please complete the Official Appeal Form.
If you are called as a witness to an event or incident on campus, please complete the Official Witness Statement Form.
If you are under investigation and have disciplinary charges pending against you by ESCC or the Deans, please complete the Official Plea and Jurisdiction Form.
Sexual Harassment/Sexual Violence – Title IX Policy
Enterprise State Community College is committed to providing a workplace and campus community free of sexual misconduct and harassment. As required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the College does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs and activities. This includes discrimination affecting employees of the college and applicants for employment, students and applicants for admission, or members of the public.
To review ESCC’s Title IX policies and procedures or to report sexual harassment and/or sexual violence, please visit https://escc.edu/
Expressive Activities Policy
Enterprise State Community College recognizes and supports the rights of free expression and speech and supports the rights of students, employees, and visitors to speak in public and to demonstrate for or against actions and opinions with which they agree or disagree. The College encourages persons demonstrating and/or speaking to demonstrate civility, show concern for the safety of persons and property, respect for College activities and for those who may disagree with their message.
In order to maintain safety, security, ensure the orderly scheduling of campus facilities and to preclude conflicts with academic and co-curricular activities, Enterprise State Community College encourages users to complete the Expressive Activities Request form when planning to hold a demonstration, speech or debate on campus. Demonstrations, speeches, and debates to be held in the Open Air Forum are limited to times and dates that the College is officially open.
The Office of the Dean of Students will notify persons, agencies, or organizations in writing, including electronic notification, of the reservation denial or approval by the Office of the Dean of Students. Permission is subject to the Expressive Activities Policy and the College’s rules and regulations.
If you would like to reserve usage of the Open Air Forum, please complete the Expressive Activities Request Form. You will need to read our Expressive Activities Policy prior to submitting the form.
DOS Take on Diversity:
Every individual is different. At ESCC, we respect the diversity that each student, faculty and staff member brings to the campus. While at ESCC, we ask you to do the same.