Dartmouth's broad array of campus resources aim to serve specific needs of the student population. Sexual abuse is a concern for all members of the Dartmouth community. In addition to resources outlined below, students are encouraged to seek help from faculty, athletic coaches, and staff across the College that they feel most comfortable speaking to about these sensitive issues.
Health Promotion fosters academic and personal success by increasing discussion, examining issues and exploring the underlying contexts of key health behaviors. Health Promotion's aim is to support and encourage the College community and individual students to think critically about healthy decision-making. Health Promotion coordinates the Sexual Abuse Awareness Program. Health Promotion is located on the third floor of Dick's House.
Counseling and Human Development (CHD) is a service of Dick's House College Health Service. Students may use Counseling and Human Development for a variety of reasons, including misuse of alcohol and other drugs, relationship troubles with family, friends or partners, and any sexual concerns. Counseling and Human Development is located at Dick's House. CHD staff include: psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychiatric residents and psychology interns.
Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students provides academic and personal support to all students. Navigate the Dean's Office website to find your dean. While deans are appointed to specific areas, a student may schedule appointments with any dean about any issue. Students may contact the Dean-On-Call 24/7 by calling Safety and Security at (603) 646-4000. S&S will direct you to the Dean-On-Call. The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students is located in 111 Parkhurst. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students is located in 111 Parkhurst. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Center for Women and Gender (CWG) strives to build a campus-wide community that respects differences and supports the College's diverse communities. The CWG is committed to meeting the needs of the whole person and supporting the academic mission of the College. While CWG's programs and services primarily address the needs of students, everyone at Dartmouth is welcome at the Center for Women and Gender. (CWG website) The Men's Project aims to connect men on campus and address challenges unique to men in the Dartmouth Community. The Men's Project is a program advised and sponsored by the CWG.
The Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL) facilitates the academic, social, cultural, and leadership development of undergraduate students and communities by serving as a central resource on issues related to gender, race, culture, sexuality, and socio-economic class. (OPAL Mission Statement)
Last Updated: 1/9/11