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Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs at Andrew College! There are seven departments that comprise our Division: Health Services, Intramural and Recreational Sports and Fitness, Residence Life, Student Conduct, Student Activities, Campus Security, and Spiritual Life. Collectively, these departments offer a wealth of services, programs, and activities that enhance and support your educational experience, both inside and outside the classroom. In addition, you will find a talented, innovative, and dedicated group of individuals who care about students and their success. The Division of Student Affairs actively demonstrates its deep commitment to creating a climate of increasing respect, engagement, communication and empowerment for all Andrew College community members.

Andrew College invites individuals who have complaints regarding the college to contact the following offices:

Instructions for filing a complaint with our regional accreditor, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS):

Instructions for filing a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education in regard to Title IV (financial aid, civil rights violations or discrimination) can be found here:

Andrew College operates under SARA policies thus providing our own and SARA’s Complaint Resolution policies and procedures to all students taking courses under SARA policies.  Initial responsibility for the investigation and resolution of Complaints resides with Andrew College.  Further consideration and resolution, if necessary, is the responsibility of the SARA State Portal Entity and other responsible agencies of Andrew College’s Home State, Georgia.  The State Portal Entity is responsible for conducting the investigation and resolution of Complaints that are not resolved at Andrew College.  The Portal Entity may enlist the assistance of other responsible entities in Georgia in carrying out the work of the Complaint resolution.

For students who wish to file a complaint with the State of Georgia, this form may be found here:

Since Andrew College is a SARA institution, online students from out of the state would make their complaint to the State Portal Agency in the Home state (Georgia)  here:
This would be done if they are not satisfied with the resolution from the institution.

It is our hope that you become actively engaged in your education at Andrew College. We encourage you to take advantage of the educational, cultural, and social activities throughout the year. The result will be a world-class education coupled with a dynamic, out-of-class environment that will create experiences and memories to last a lifetime.

If there is any way we may be helpful to you, or if you simply want to share how things are going, we would enjoy hearing from you. You may contact us at, or reach one of us in Student Affairs at our contact information below.

Beginning with InSpire, Andrew College is a place where you will begin to realize your dreams. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to make your experiences at Andrew all that you imagined!

Andrew College does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities and is required under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Title IX’s implementing regulations not to discriminate in such a manner. The prohibited sex discrimination covers sexual misconduct, including, but not limited to, sexual harassment and sexual violence. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights or Andrew College’s Title IX Coordinator:

Student Affairs
501 College Street
Cuthbert, GA 39840
Ph.: (229) 732-5950
Fax: (229) 732-5293

Chicquan L. Cannon

Student Affairs

Dean of Students
Office:  229-732-5950

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Jaleesa Richardson

Student Affairs

Assistant Dean of Students
Office:  229-732-5952