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Resources at Dartmouth for Undocumented Students and DACA Recipients

The following list represents departments at Dartmouth that serve undocumented students and DACA recipients. For more information on any of these services, please consult the links.

 

Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS)

63 South Main Street, Suite 303

OVIS provides general support, resources, and referrals for legal assistance to undocumented students, and serves as the primary point of contact for Dartmouth departments and professionals schools with questions related to undocumented students and DACA.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~ovis/daca.html

 

Dartmouth Coalition for Immigration Reform, Equality and DREAMers (CoFIRED)

Dartmouth College student organization dedicated to advancing the rights of undocumented students at Dartmouth and across the United States.

http://cofired.weebly.com/about.html

 

Admissions

6016 McNutt Hall

All undocumented students may apply for admission to Dartmouth and for Dartmouth's financial aid.

https://admissions.dartmouth.edu/apply/choose-your-path/undocumented-students

 

Financial Aid

6024 McNutt Hall

Dartmouth scholarships and loans are fully available to undocumented students.

For prospective students:

http://admissions.dartmouth.edu/financial-aid/apply-aid/undocumented-students

http://admissions.dartmouth.edu/financial-aid/apply-aid/prospective-transfer-students/how-apply-aid/undocumented-students

For current students reapplying for aid:

http://admissions.dartmouth.edu/financial-aid/apply-aid/current-students/reapplying-aid/undocumented-students

 

Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL)

Collis Suite 205

OPAL provides academic and sociocultural advising, designs and facilitates educational programs, and serves as advocates for all students and communities.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~opal/about/

 

If you are the target of, witness to, or even simply hear about any form of bias happening to a Dartmouth student, please submit a bias report:

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~opal/act/reportbias.html

 

Undergraduate Deans Office

The Undergraduate Deans Office provides support for all undergraduate students as well as for other enrolled students.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~upperde/

 

Counseling & Human Development

Dick's House, 2nd Floor

7 Rope Ferry Road

Counseling services are available 24/7. Please consult this page for more information:

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chd/resources_daca_undocumented_students.html

 

Center for Professional Development (CPD)

63 South Main Street, 2nd Floor

The CPD offers an excellent guide for post-graduate academic and career opportunities.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~csrc/diversity/undocumented.html

 

Program in Latin American, Latino/a and Caribbean Studies (LALACS)

Raven House, 2nd Floor

LALACS is an interdisciplinary program committed to research and teaching of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS), and Latino Studies (LATS). LALACS faculty support Dartmouth's institutional commitment to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students, regardless of whatever changes in immigration policy might come about.

http://lalacs.dartmouth.edu/

 

Tucker Center

South Fairbanks

Dartmouth College Dean and Chaplain and UCM ordained pastoral counselors are available for confidential support for any student regardless of faith or secular identity.

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~tucker/about/contact.html

 

Safety & Security

5 Rope Ferry Road

Reporting Incidents DIRECTLY to the Department of Safety and Security (DoSS)

Reporting Incidents ANONYMOUSLY

 

Study Abroad and International Internships

Most academic departments and programs at Dartmouth, in addition to various institutes and centers, oversee student engagement in international study abroad and internship opportunities. Among them are the Frank J. Guarini Institute of International Education, the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, the Dartmouth Center for Service, the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL), and individual academic departments and programs. For those students who are on DACA, international travel under the new administration in Washington, D.C., may be risky, depending on what, if anything, changes with the DACA program. If a student has plans to travel outside of the US, s/he should consult the office directly involved in the travel, in addition to an immigration attorney prior to making any plans to depart the U.S.

http://ocp-prod.dartmouth.edu/

http://dickey.dartmouth.edu/global-engagement/international-internships

http://www.dartmouth.edu/service/

https://rockefeller.dartmouth.edu/

https://dcal.dartmouth.edu/

 

First Year Student Enrichment Program (FYSEP)

The First Year Student Enrichment Program (FYSEP) empowers first-generation students at Dartmouth College to thrive academically and in the greater college community.

https://www.dartmouth.edu/~fysep/

Last Updated: 1/19/17