Complaint Resolution Process
Online courses and policies are administered by the Office of the Provost (706.880.8236).
Admission and Registration
For information and questions concerning admission and then registration, visit
All advising begins with the
office of the registrar
. After admission, you may be assigned a faculty advisor in a field of interest.
To purchase textbooks for classes, visit the
LaGrange College bookstore.
Course and program descriptions
A full list and description of courses and programs taught at LaGrange College
can be found in the
LaGrange College catalogs.
Course syllabi are binding contracts between LaGrange College, course instructors,
and students. Consequently, examinations will be administered in the way
prescribed by the course syllabi. Any alternate arrangements must be made
with the course instructor.
Procedures for grievances and complaints about courses and programs;
LaGrange College encourages students to address complaints relating to College
policies with personnel within the office or department that the complaint originated.
Senior administration will be involved, as needed, to resolve the complaint at
the institutional level. LaGrange College's Student Grievance Procedures are available
Complaints that are not successfully resolved by following the above grievance
procedures can be forwarded to our accrediting agency, Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools Commission on College (SACS). Guidelines and procedures
on filing a complaint with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission
on Colleges are available at
or the Georgia Office of the Inspector General at
(This information is available at
Information about financial aid at LaGrange College can be found at
The Lewis Library, a 2009 addition to the campus, is a LEED Silver certified facility
with impressive physical and electronic resources. Information and help are
available on the
Other student services such as counseling, orientation, remedial service.
Students are offered many services at LaGrange College. A few include:
To submit a complaint against LaGrange College, we first ask that you
. After reviewing the complaint policy,
submit your complaint
using the form.
The State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) acknowledges
"In the fall of 2010, the U.S. Department of Education announced PROGRAM INTEGRITY
RULES, requiring all institutions of higher education participating in Title IV
programs to be able to document compliance with state laws in all states where
offer distance or correspondence education."
Since the staff and faculty of LaGrange College have the goal of encouraging moral
courage in their students, it seems only reasonable that the college be held to
the same standard. Consequently, we seek to honor the authority of states.
LaGrange College has been approved for the offering of online courses in the following
states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas,
Virginia, and West Virginia. LaGrange College engages in the Southern Regional
and thus enjoys authorization to offer online courses in the aforementioned states.
Any state not listed has authorization policies that are actively being investigated.
LaGrange College has intent to file in these states.
If, after browsing our website, you have unanswered questions, feel free to call
the college operator at 706.880.8000. The individual you reach will be friendly,
knowledgeable, and able to direct your query to the appropriate person or department.