The CGSE staff is comprised of highly qualified professionals trained in supporting and advising college students. Whether you have questions about exploring gender identity or difficulties finding your place on campus, the CGSE can help. One of the main goals of the CGSE is to be an advocate for all Dartmouth students, regardless of where you come from, what you believe, or how you identify. We understand that college can be a challenging and confusing time as well as a time to celebrate. The CGSE staff is here to support you with anything that comes your way.
To set up an Individual Advising Session, please contact any of the CGSE staff or blitz Center for Gender and Student Engagement.
The CGSE promotes student engagement in Living Learning Communities at Dartmouth. Living learning enhances a student's experience by bridging the in-classroom learning with the residential experience through experiential learning opportunities, time to connect with faculty, staff, and graduate students, and by providing an opportunity for exploration and reflection in everyday life. Staff at the CGSE oversee and advise two LLCs: Triangle House and Gender Equity Program Floor.
The aim of the Triangle House program is to enhance the intellectual and cultural environment of the Dartmouth College campus with particular regard to those issues which pertain to the historical and contemporary experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied people.
The Gender Equity Program floor allows for students of all genders to live together regardless of sex assigned at birth. While gender-inclusive housing is available in many residence halls, the Gender Equity Program Floor provides a living learning environment for residents to learn about and explore gender identity and expression in a supportive and educational environment.
The Center for Gender and Student Engagement supports a number of diverse undergraduate student organizations. We assist these organizations in event planning as well as provide group and individual advising. Many of the student organizations the CGSE helps to advise have a gender-related focus, and others do not. The CGSE hopes to provide support and advocate for any Dartmouth student organization that seeks advising from trained student affairs professionals with experience in organizational advising, event planning, and educational outreach.
For more information about having CGSE staff advise your student organization, please contact any of the CGSE staff or blitz Center for Gender and Student Engagement
Dartmouth Alliance: Dartmouth Alliance is an LGBT pre-professional organization, dedicated to educating Dartmouth undergraduates about the opportunities that exist in the working world for LGBT students. Members aim to foster a community among like-minded peer and connect students to professions and firms that embrace diversity.
Dartmouth IvyQ: IvyQ is a conference which aims to create a pan-Ivy community of LGBTQ+ students and allies equipped with the skills to examine their identities, value those of others, and understand intersectionality. This year Dartmouth is proud to host the IvyQ conference November 6 - 9th 2014! Contact: Dartmouth.IvyQ@dartmouth.edu
Outreach Peer Mentors: Outreach trains current Dartmouth students as mentors to provide confidential, peer-to-peer mentoring in developing a positive LGBTQ identity while successfully adapting to life at Dartmouth. The program is designed to help students explore their personal interests, take advantage of campus resources, and find their own sense of community and self-identity. Contact: Outreach.Peer.Mentors@dartmouth.edu
Spectra: Dartmouth Spectra is a new LGBTQ group that organizes several varied social events each term. Spectra's events are always open to all students and are aimed at increasing a sense of queer community at Dartmouth. Contact: Dartmouth.Spectra@dartmouth.edu
Link Up: Link Up works to create and strengthen connections between Dartmouth women, students, faculty, staff and alumnae of all years and affiliations through mentorship, engagement and service, in order to strengthen the larger Dartmouth community.
Women's Forum: Women's Forum is a weekly dinner and discussion group dedicated to facilitating organic friendship and building a community of women outside the Greek System.
qMDis the Geisel School of Medicine's LGBTQQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, intersex, and ally) interest group. We are a social club and meet regularly to have dinners and movie nights, as well as discuss LGBTQQIA-relevant health issues and navigate the queer-friendly social opportunities available in the Upper Valley.
Green Lambda: Green Lambda is Dartmouth's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally Arts & Sciences graduate student group. If you want to get involved, or just be notified of upcoming events you can join our facebook group! Please contact Michael_E_Hopkins@dartmouth.edu to be added to the group.
Tuck Pride: Tuck Pride is the LGBTQ resource and support group for the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth community. Tuck Pride provides a social and support network for LGBTQ students; fosters connections with LGBTQ alumni; serves as a resource for prospective students; helps Tuck benefit from the richness of the LGBTQ community; and acts as a liaison with other LGBTQ groups at Dartmouth and at other top business schools.
Dartmouth's LGBT Alumni/ae association, DGALA, has over 750 members around the globe. DGALA hosts reunions on campus, provides great mentoring and networking opportunities across the country, and is an annual sponsor for PRIDE. For more information visit www.dgala.com
Last Updated: 11/4/14