As the Coordinator in the Office of Student Integrity, Dallas Flint seeks to facilitate a caring, just, and educational environment when meeting directly with students and organizations alleged to have violated policies in the Academic Honor Code and Student Conduct of Conduct. Dallas advises the Honor Advisory Council (HAC) and the student conduct panels: Undergraduate Judiciary Cabinet (UJC) and the Graduate Judiciary Cabinet (GJC). Dallas can also be contacted for matters concerning background checks and record requests.
Dallas received her Bachelor’s Degree in ASL & Deaf Studies at Maryville College. While in college she became an active student leader and was drawn to working in a field that encourages student success. She later received her Master’s Degree in College Student Affairs from Nova Southeastern University, and kick started her higher education career in Residence Life. Her professional interests include moral development, leadership development, and social justice education. Outside of the office, Dallas enjoys filling up her passport with stamps, and exploring restaurants, concerts, and festivals in Atlanta.