Department Administration


Ms. Donna Brouillette

Department Chair

Office: CH-3210

Phone: (678)891-3710


Ms. Alice Pierce

Associate Department Chair

Office: CH-3278

Phone: (678)891-3731


Ms. Jessamy Bleth

Department Secretary

Office: CH-3210

Phone: (678)891-3710



The current Mathematics, Computer Science, and Engineering faculty at Perimeter College, Clarkston.

The current Engineering faculty and advisors at Perimeter College.


Summer 2016 Semester Information

Important Dates           


June 1

First day of classes- Full Term and First Half


June 1-June 2

Schedule adjustment web registration using SIS is available for all PC students to continue to register or drop classes


June 1-June 7


June 3

No Show Attendance Period for Full and First Half Term Classes Please be sure to attend all classes. Students who do not attend class during the first week of the term will be dropped by their faculty member.

Drop for nonpayment


June 3-June 28

Withdraw (W) - Full Term Classes -
Withdrawal requests during this time will result in a W on a studentís transcript and do not have a negative impact on GPAs.
Withdrawal Policy

  June 8 - June 14 Faculty Report No Shows - This is the reporting period for those students who did not attend class during the first week. All students who did not show up during the first week should be reported as non-attending.

June 15

No Show Drop

  June 28 Midpoint of Term


June 29-July12 Withdrawal with a WF - Withdrawal requests during this time will result in a WF on a studentís transcript.
Withdrawal Policy


July 4

Independence Day - no classes. The college is closed.

July 20 Last day of classes
July 21-July 25 Final Exam Period
July 29 Grades Due
August August 3 Grades Available



*All dates are subject to change.  Please always check your student schedule for the most recent information.

Absences Students’ academic success is the major priority of the College.  Because regular participation enhances the learning process, students are expected to adhere to the attendance policy set forth by the College and individual faculty members.  Differences in content and teaching styles exist among courses, which can impact students’ learning.  Therefore, students are strongly encouraged to attend all classes.  Students are accountable for assignments and material covered during an absence. Please don't stop attending class without consulting your instructor and doing the proper paperwork.   
Math Lab The Math Lab is a place for individual help to supplement class time and instructor office hours. This tutoring is free and available by appointment or to walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis.  The Math Lab is operated by the Learning & Tutoring Center in CB-1207, Phone: 678-891-3590.
Computer Lab The Open Computer Labs are located in the Jim Cherry LRC, Rm. CL2330 and in CC-1180.  Phone: 678-891-3207.
Grades Collegiate: A(90-100) B(80-89) C(70-79) D(60-69) F(0-59)

Foundations: A(90-100) B(80-89) C(70-79) IP(60-69) F(0-59)

Grades are available 5 days after the end of final exam week @  The grade of C or better is often a prerequisite for the next MATH, CSCI, or ENGR course and is always recommended.  [Foundations students should also refer to the Comprehensive Course Guide.]

Calculator TI-84 graphing calculators are required in Math 0987/0989 through Math 1070 and in courses beyond those as noted in the class schedule online & instructors’ syllabi.
Workshops The following workshops are available: TI-83/84 graphing calculator and Mathematica.  Please see your instructor for more information. 
Student Rules of Conduct “Behavior that is disruptive or that interferes with the campus learning process in the classroom or on campus is not permitted.  No person shall physically abuse, threaten or intimidate any member of the faculty, staff, student body, or any official visitor to the College.”

Disability Services

If you are a student who is disabled as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act and require assistance or support services, please seek assistance through the Center for Disability Services (CDS).  A CDS Counselor will coordinate those services.
Equal Opportunity Statement No person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, creed, national origin, age or disability, be excluded from employment or participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program of activity conducted by Georgia Perimeter College.
Affirmative Action Statement Perimeter College adheres to affirmative action policies designed to promote diversity and equal opportunity for all faculty and students.
Sexual Misconduct Statement

Perimeter College seeks to provide an environment that is free of bias, discrimination, and harassment.  If you have been the victim of sexual harassment/misconduct/assault, we encourage you to report this.  If you report this to a faculty member, he or she must notify one of our collegeís Assistant Title IX Coordinators / Student Deans about the basic facts of the incident (you may choose whether you or anyone involved is identified by name).  For more information please refer to our sexual misconduct website Ė


MCSE Academic Honesty Policy

As a community committed to learning, Perimeter College recognizes and specifies that students, whether working as individuals or in a group, shall always present to the instructor their own work for an honest grade assessment.  

Academic Honesty Procedures have been established by Perimeter College to insure due process in cases of cheating.  A copy of procedures is in the Student Handbook or you may access the information @