The U.S. Department of Education regulation 600.9(c) State Authorization requires that if an institution is offering distance education in a state where it is not physically located, the institution must meet individual state requirements for offering distance or correspondence education within that state. Davidson-Davie Community College is participating in NC-SARA, National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement. As a result, Davidson-Davie Community College is authorized to offer distance education courses in states that are also participating in NCSARA. Depending on the outcome of further discussion regarding this regulation, Davidson-Davie could notify students residing in particular states that they are not eligible to register for distance education courses.
In compliance with §668.43 (b) Institutional Information, Davidson-Davie Community College is required to provide current and prospective students with information for filing complaints.
Davidson-Davie strives to resolve complaints in a fair and timely manner. Students residing outside of the State of North Carolina while attending Davidson-Davie who desire to resolve a complaint should first refer to Davidson-Davie’s General Complaint Policy.
If you have any questions about the complaint process, please contact:
Dr. Susan Burleson, Executive Vice President, Academic Affairs and Student Affairs
P.O. Box 1287
Lexington, NC 27293
Telephone: 336.249.8186, ext. 6257
NC Post-Secondary Education Complaint Process
A student may file a complaint with the North Carolina Post-Secondary Education Complaints unit. First review the NC Post-Secondary Student Complaint Policy (pdf). Then submit their complaint using the NC Post-Secondary Education Student Complaint Online Form.
For more information contact:
North Carolina Post-Secondary Education Complaints
910 Raleigh Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
SACSCOC Student Complaint Process
Students may also file a complaint with Davidson-Davie Community College’s accrediting agency, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), to award associate degrees. Complete information about the SACSCOC process is at Complaint Procedures Against the Commission or its Accredited Institutions (pdf)
President, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
1866 Southern LaneDecatur, Georgia 30033-4097
SARA-NC Complaint Process
Students may also file a complaint through SARA-NC. The North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority (NCSEAA) serves as the SARA portal entity for North Carolina with the responsibilities defined by the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA). Students should follow the SARA-NC Complaint Process and use the SARA-NC Complaint Form (pdf). Submit the complaint to:
SARA North Carolina
North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority
P.O. Box 14103
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
Telephone: (855) SARA-1-NC (727-2162)
Telephone:(919) 549-8614, ext. 4667
Find your home state’s complaint process.
Professional Licensure Statement
Certain Davidson-Davie Community College programs prepare students to sit for applicable licensure and/or certification examinations in North Carolina. While Davidson-Davie Community College has been approved to participate in NC-SARA, it does not deal with professional licensing board approval for any courses or programs leading to professional licensure. If you are not a resident of North Carolina and you are taking a course or participating in a program leading to professional licensure, please reach out to the contact listed with each program area below.
Cancer Information Management
Faculty/Program Director, Health Information Technology/Cancer Information Technology
336.249.8186 ext. 6310
Although we strive to connect you with the best information possible, Davidson-Davie Community College cannot confirm whether a particular program meets requirements for professional licensure and/or certification outside of the State of North Carolina.Davidson-Davie
Licensure Information by State
It is highly recommended that you also contact the state in which you plan to practice to verify any state requirements before beginning your program at Davidson-Davie:
Licensure Information by Profession
Although we strive to connect you with the best information possible, Davidson-Davie Community College may not be able to confirm whether a particular program meets requirements for professional licensure and/or certification outside of the State of North Carolina. Hyperlinks provided below lead to websites of public and private organizations not associated with Davidson-Davie. Such links are provided solely for the user’s convenience.
The US Department of Education provides information about most licensed professions by states.
Contacts for programs not listed on the DOE site: