- Academic Skills Center
The Dartmouth College Academic Skills Center offers a wide range of services, programs, resources, and materials which assist any student in becoming a more efficient and effective, independent learner. Students can make individual appointments to discuss their academic courses, learning strategies, or educational goals. Academic workshops are offered throughout the year to improve students’ academic skills in note-taking, reading comprehension, exam preparation, and time management.
- Career Services
Career Services assists students in connecting their academic studies with career options in post-graduate fellowships, graduate schools, and employment. The office also provides career counseling, career development, and graduate school advising. In addition, Career Services conducts workshops on resume and cover letter writing, job search strategies, interviewing techniques, career planning, graduate schools, and workplace issues.
- Student Center for Research, Writing and Information Technology (RWIT)
The Student Center for Research, Writing and Information Technology is a place where you can meet with an undergraduate tutor to discuss a paper, research project, or multi-media assignment. Tutors are trained to help you at any phase of your process. Whether you are brainstorming or planning, drafting or structuring, tweaking or polishing, tutors can provide feedback that will help you create final products of which you can be proud.
- Counseling and Human Development Office
The Counseling and Human Development Office provides a variety of student services, such as crisis intervention, evaluations, short-term counseling, and referrals for longer-term therapy.
- First-Year Office
The First-Year Office provides personal and academic counseling, and assists students with concerns about course selection, career plans, enrollment matters, course difficulties, and social adjustment.
- Office of Pluralism and Leadership
The Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL), aims to universalize diversity and leadership development at Dartmouth College by making student life experiences in these areas meaningful and relevant to the education of every generation of Dartmouth students. OPAL strives to provide comprehensive programs for cultural enrichment and leadership development to ensure that historically under-represented groups in particular and all Dartmouth students in general will have rich learning experiences outside the classroom. OPAL works with individual students, as well as student communities and organizations, to facilitate academic, personal, and cultural development and success.
- The Tucker Foundation
The Tucker Foundation combines community service programs with chaplaincy and counseling. The Tucker Foundation Chaplaincy provides individual academic, vocational, personal, and religious counseling. Volunteer programs include North Country Weekend, Big Brother/Big Sister, Book Buddies, the Prison Project, and tutoring at area schools. Students who want to become involved in local community service should contact the volunteer coordinator at the Tucker Foundation.
- Upperclass Deans Office
The Upperclass Deans Office provides personal and academic counseling, and assists students with concerns about course selection, career plans, enrollment patterns, course difficulties, and social adjustment.
Last Updated: 8/17/07