This page offers a central location where you can find a number of different documents and links that deal with the college’s policies concerning complaints, appealing a grade, sexual harassment and other important issues. The GTCC Student Handbook and Student Code of Conduct are also available here. We encourage you to read and become familiar with both documents.

GTCC's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

In recognition of the threat that alcohol and drug abuse pose to student success and to the institution’s goals, GTCC has a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program (DAAPP or "the Program") to promote the safety, health, and well-being of all campus constituents. The Program is a collection of events, reports, and resources that address the various dangers and consequences of drug and alcohol use. Below are details about each of these measures meant to provide one-stop access for anyone who has a substance-related concern.

Campus Events

All of GTCC’s student events are drug and alcohol-free. The College includes annual events in its programming calendar which provide social opportunities with guaranteed substance avoidance.

Students seeking peer-to-peer support for managing an addiction can get involved with Titan Recovery. Per its description,

"We are the GTCC chapter of Collegiate Recovery. Our purpose is in accordance with the Collegiate Recovery Mission Statement: Change the trajectory of recovering students' lives by connecting, developing, and sustaining collegiate recovery through collaboration, guidance, and expertise. Titan Recovery provides a place for students living in recovery or who have been affected by substance abuse, thus fulfilling GTCC’s mission statement to provide for our diverse community. Our Chapter works closely with the Counseling Center to bring awareness to the students about services provided on campus and to spread awareness about substance abuse with our fellow students as well as in the communities GTCC serves. In addition, we enrich our community by assisting the less fortunate, the elderly, and the homeless. Through our efforts, Titan Recovery provides students a way to overcome the social stigma regarding living a life of recovery."

Biennial Reports

The College is required to prepare a report every two years that details the ways in which we have expanded the Program and that assesses it for effectiveness. Please review the 2020 biennial report here (PDF).

Additional Resources

The College's Student Code of Conduct (PDF) specifies that possession or use of drugs and alcohol on-campus or at school-sponsored activities is prohibited. Students who fail to abide by the Student Code of Conduct can be investigated by the Community Standards Office and may face sanctions when found to be responsible for a violation. The Student Code of Conduct can be accessed in the College's Management Manual as policy IV-3.1.1 and it can be found in the Student Handbook, linked above in the "Key Policy Documents, Forms and Information" section of this page.

Resource links and information sources about substance use/abuse and addiction include:

In Greensboro:

In High Point:

Other Locations:

  • Daymark
    205 Balfour Drive
    Archdale, North Carolina 27263

Additional questions and concerns can be directed to the campus's Student Services Office: